Product Review: Vanity Planet’s Ultimate Skin Spa Facial Cleansing System

It is arguable that the most important component in your face cleansing routine is doing just that – cleansing your skin. Many individuals who wash their face are unknowingly leaving debris, dirt and makeup behind, even after cleansing, because it can be challenging to entirely rid your skin or dirt depending on your line of work and/or the products you use on your skin.

For a long time, I was leaving behind makeup after cleansing my skin in the evenings before bed, which over time typically leads to an accumulation of bacteria and produces breakouts. I started using a washcloth in the shower to achieve a deeper clean, but I would still notice makeup on my cotton pad after applying my toner, a sign that there was still makeup clinging to my face.

I got my sister a Vanity Planet facial brush for her birthday a few months ago, and because of her positive review of the product, I figured I would purchase one myself. I did so using a discount code from a YouTuber named Conagh, and many beauty bloggers have codes to save money on Vanity Planet products. I have been using the Vanity Planet Ultimate Skin Spa Facial Cleansing System for roughly one week now, and although I haven’t noticed a tremendous shift in my acne, I do believe I am cleansing my skin more deeply than ever before.

The version I purchased retails for $170 (the discount code I used allowed me to save 70%), and it comes with a Daily Cleansing Facial Brush Head intended for a gentle surface cleanse, an Exfoliating Brush Head meant to remove dead skin cells, and the Silicone Facial Brush head to gently massage the skin. It comes in a protective case and requires two AA batteries to operate.

So far, I am enjoying this product. I will post another update in the near future.

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