Last month, the Nutra Sonic cleansing brush was mentioned in an article in The Wall Street Journal. The brush was listed as a viable and less expensive option to the Clairsonic cleansing brush with an oscillating head of about 300 times per second. A few dermatologists in the article state that the brush is particularly useful for people who experience blackhead and whitehead blemishes. As we have stated before in our blog, by loosening the dirt and bacteria in the pore with the Nutra Sonic cleansing brush you can achieve clearer, softer and brighter skin with the appearance of smaller pores.
Especially in the winter months, exfoliation is very important. So often when the skin is dry, we see that patients tend to load up on heavier creams to compensate for the dryness they are experiencing. What people fail to realize with dry skin is that you have dry skin cell buildup. The more you layer on the heavier creams, the more you are trying to re-hydrate dry/dead skin cells, which makes no sense! Instead, increase your exfoliation to remove the dry skin cells, and then moisturize the new skin cells, resulting in moisture-balanced skin. In addition to this, the active ingredients in your moisturizers and serums will now be able to work better for your skin on a deeper level. The Nutra Sonic cleansing brush is the perfect option for this light exfoliation.
The benefit of the Nutra Sonic cleansing brush is that it will also tackle the skin all over your body with specific targeted brush heads, not just your face. If you are experiencing all around dull, dry and flaky skin this winter, the Nutra Sonic cleansing brush may be the solution you are looking for.
The Nutra Sonic cleansing brush is available for $130 at deme. For more information on the Nutra Sonic cleansing brush, Click Here.