Saturday, 15 February 2014

[Review] Skin Physics Derma Sonic Cleansing Brush

Are you after a sonic cleansing brush, but don't want to totally empty out your wallet? I've got you covered!  Meet the Skin Physics Derma Sonic Cleansing Brush, which can be purchased for $100 at Priceline (in Australia). Whilst it's not super cheap, it's more affordable than the highly praised Clarisonic brushes and it also uses sonic technology. I finally caved in to all the cleansing brush hype, and purchased this sonic cleansing brush. 

The Skin Physics Derma Sonic Cleansing Brush comes with a regular brush head (pictured attached), a sensitive brush head and a body brush head. It has 4 speed settings for facial cleansing, which are visibly indicated by the light/s on the brush. This is awesome, as I can adjust it depending on how my skin is each day. Additionally, it has a constant mode and pulse mode for body cleansing. It doesn't have a timer or notify you when a certain amount of time has elapsed, which doesn't bother me as I don't find that necessary. It comes with a charging cradle, which makes me extremely happy as I hate having to buy batteries. I better mention that it's waterproof too, so it can be used in the shower. 
Skin Physics claims that this brush removes 6 times more makeup than manual cleansing, minimises the appearance of visible pores, and leaves skin softer and smoother. I have to say that it does live up to these claims! The main reason I purchased this brush was to minimise the appearance of pores. I've always been paranoid about visible pores on my nose. No cleanser/exfoliator did a good enough job cleaning them out and minimising their appearance, so I was really hoping that this brush could help me out. I'm very pleased to report that it has minimised the appearance of pores on my skin! Whilst they aren't completely invisible now, there has definitely been a noticeable reduction in their appearance and for that reason alone this device was a worthwhile purchase. 

I've got combination skin, so dry patches aren't a rare occurrence for me. I love to use this brush in the mornings to get rid of them and prepare my skin for the rest of my morning routine. If you've got dry skin, you know how hard it is to apply any sort of make up on flaky skin (gross, I know).  This brush also helps in brightening my skin, as you would expect as it exfoliates the skin.  So basically, the Skin Physics Derma Sonic Cleansing Brush has produced visible results and I ❤ it. 

Do you use a cleansing brush? If not, has all the recent hype got you interested in purchasing one? 


  1. I have this and the Clarasonic I couldn't live without them. I don't think there is much of a difference at all between the two so it's a great buy!

    Sarah | More Than Adored

    1. That's awesome. It really is reasonably priced :)


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