For the first time, Blaine, myself, his brother, his sister-in-law, and his sister participated in a Secret Santa gift exchange for Christmas that just passed. Normally, we set a budget and get gifts for all of us, from all of us, but this year, we decided to switch things up and try our hand at a Secret Santa exchange.
I am pleased to report it went off without a hitch.
Blaine’s brother, Brian, pulled my name, and I have to say, the guy did good. He did inform me that his wife assisted him in finding the gifts he granted me, and I suspected as much, but he got me some wonderful items, one such item being the Lindo Eco Clean Face Brush.
I’ve used face brushes in the past and haven’t been a big fan of any of them. I’ve tried electronic ones, standard ones, ones with fine bristles and ones with rubber bristles. Seeing as I haven’t had a ton of luck with these guys, I was a little leery to give this one a shot, but in retrospect, I am sincerely glad I did.
This handle on this little guy is made from natural straw fibres, making it simultaneously hard and soft. The head of the brush is a beautiful and complex paradox; the bristles are soft as hell to the touch, but they’re a bit harsher on your face – not too much so, but just enough you feel as though your skin is getting a deep clean.
The other side of the brush features little bumps, if you will, that are great for gentle, non-abrasive exfoliation as well as tackling blackheads.
I really like this face brush, and I would recommend it to anyone who, like myself, has oily skin. I’m not sure where Brian got it, but you can find them online.