Thursday, April 14, 2016


Face cleansing brushes have become increasingly popular over the years and with cheaper alternatives released so often, no longer is an expensive Clarasonic the only viable option on the market.

The Purasonic is on the lower end of the price scale for similar products and for that reason I wanted to try it out and give my opinion. Because if you can get away with spending just $49.95 on a product instead of $190, you better believe I'm saving that $140.

Something to note is that this is the Purasonic Neo, a baby version of the full sized that retails for $99. So even if this Neo is slightly not up to scratch, for nearly half the price of the Clarasonic you can buy a nearly equivalent product.

It comes with two speeds, something I have not yet encountered but I think it's fantastic especially considering it is even a feature for this Neo version. The way this baby works is with 200 sonic oscillations per second, providing a gentle and effective cleansing.

Of course it is completely waterproof, an absolute essential in my eyes since I love cleansing in the shower because the steam helps open the pores ensuring a deep cleanse.

It says "just a minute a day to a more radiant and glowing you" which makes sense considering a rotating brush head it more effective than your fingers. It exfoliates, removing dead skin cells and provides a deep cleanse.

I would say that this is a great cleansing device for it's price, especially in comparison to the Clarasonic and Clarasonic Mia. However, there are comparable products online where you can get more for your money, such as a larger machine. I received a full sized cleansing device a few months back which was $80 and you can read about it here.

Thanks for reading!