I dedicated a post to Vanity Planet’s Ultimate Skin Spa Facial Cleansing System a couple of months ago and exclaimed that I would post a follow-up in the near future, specifically after using the product for an extended period of time. I have been using this cleansing system for a couple of months now, therefore I feel as though it is appropriate to give a more thorough review of the product, rather than a first impression, which is what my previous post addressing this product contained.
The fine details of this cleansing system are outlined in my previous post, but on the topic of the removable brush heads included with the spin brush, thus far I have only been using the silicone one. I use the cleansing brush every evening in the shower to remove my makeup and intensely cleanse my skin, and I use the silicone brush because I tried using one of the bristle brush heads and found that my foundation seriously stained it. Granted, I would imagine you’re likely supposed to remove your makeup with a different product prior to using the bristle brush heads on the skin, but I wanted to give it a shot, and I was quite disappointed with how poorly the brush head cleansed my skin. The silicone brush head is great in both cleansing the skin thoroughly yet gently and further in how easy it is to clean, but considering the system comes with three different brush heads, I think it is rather unfortunate I only make use of one.
The silicone brush head is impressing me so far, and I will definitely continue to use the Vanity Planet Ultimate Skin Spa Facial Cleansing System. With the discount code I used to initially purchase the system, it’s definitely worth it, and I recommend it to anyone with problem skin.
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