I know I haven't really been posting beauty related content in the last few weeks, in all honesty I'm addicted to fashion blogs at the moment. I go through fazes of spending my wages on wardrobe updates or the latest beauty releases. To get back into the swing of it I've decided to review the No7 Cleansing Brush. I've been using it every day for 6 weeks now.
I detailed my initial thoughts in a blog post. In a quick summary, I wasn't sure on the rotating scrubbing sensation, it was very strange! I did notice immediately that my skin felt smoother.
After 6 weeks of testing I'm ready to feedback my results. I used my Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish for the most part, but also tried Soap and Glory's Peaches and Clean and Sk:n's Vitamin Rich Cleanser just to see what different results I achieved.
I'm not sure I like my Cleanse and Polish with the No7 Cleansing Brush, it doesn't lather so I felt as if I was just moving the balm like product around my face, not doing much. I have a big bottle that I'm eager to use up so I'll keep trying with it.
The best results I found were from lathering washes like the one from Sk:n and Soap and Glory. These gave that fresh clean feel to my skin and the lather showed me it was really working.
Have a seen any amazing results? No
Sadly this hasn't worked miracles but I do still like it. The Cleansing Brush really does make my skin feel a lot smoother. I haven't noticed an improvement with acne scarring but I've happy with it getting rid of lumps and bumps.
Would I recommend this No7 Cleansing Brush?
Yes I would, I bought mine on the £15 introductory price and it's now £25, I would still purchase it though.
I will probably never go back to just using my hands and some product to wash.
What are your thoughts on this product?