Review: Primark Facial Cleanse & Massage Brush

Review: Primark Facial Cleanse & Massage Brush

Today’s post is a review on Primark’s PS Facial Cleanse & Massage Brush that costs a shocking £1, *spoilers, I love it*.20171026_221110

I’ve never actually owned a facial cleansing brush or massager. In the past, if I’ve wanted a similar scrubbing effect, I’ve used a toothbrush (dedicated purely for that use). But for £1 I wanted to give this a go.

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I’ve been really impressed with it, the cleanse side works brilliantly with everything I used along side it, whether that’s a creamy wash (such as Clean & Clear Wash or First Aid Beauty’s Deep Cleanser) or an exfoliator (such as First Aid Beauty’s Facial Radiance Polish). I love the results it gives, which is very clean and fresh feeling skin with any dead skin sloughed off. I find my face looks brighter the following day, and complexion overall improved. I think the bristle are soft enough that they wouldn’t agitate sensitive skin, but considering I don’t have sensitive skin you cannot hold me to my word there. And for those like me, who occasionally like the benefits from a bit of a rougher clean, using it in combination with an exfoliator does the job perfectly. I could personally use it on my skin everyday if I wanted to but this will differ from person to person.

If you want to read more about my opinion regarding First Aid Beauty, check out this post here.

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As for the massage side, I am equally besotted with it. I am predominantly using it with my Body Shop Vitamin E Serum-Oil, but have also used it with my day-to-day moisturiser. Regular facial massage, as with any massage, encourages blood circulation and overall just feels lovely. I have been using it all over my face, along my jawline and under my chin (I read a lot about massagers helping to rid you of any double chins – so it’s worth a try). I’m careful around the eyes, but as long as you apply sightly less pressure there is no reason, in my opinion, why it cannot be used everywhere. I can do this from anywhere between a couple of minutes to ten minutes depending on what else I am doing. Afterwards my skin is slightly red but that fades quickly. I find my skin does look plumped and more youthful. As for the double chins – I’ve not been using it consistently enough, or long enough to see any changes there.

My overall opinion is that I’m really happy I picked it up, and knowing how well it works I would of happily paid more for it, so the fact it’s £1 — well, I don’t see where you could go wrong with it.


Have you tried any of the Primark beauty or skincare range? What have been your thoughts?


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35 Comments

  1. February 3, 2018 / 2:53 pm

    I’ll give it a go! thanks for the tip!

    • Sarah
      February 3, 2018 / 8:15 pm

      I still love using this brush 🙂 not sure if they’ll still stock it though 🙂

  2. November 3, 2017 / 9:39 pm

    Lovely pictures – again! The brush looks interesting too 😊 xx

    • November 3, 2017 / 9:43 pm

      Thank you 😊 I’m really loving it at the moment xx

  3. November 2, 2017 / 9:24 am

    I have an electric face brush and I am so in love with it! So much fun to use xx

    • November 2, 2017 / 12:35 pm

      I have been wanting an electric one but the cost is a bit more than I’m willing to pay at the moment, so I’m a slave to the manual for now 😉 xx

      • November 2, 2017 / 7:59 pm

        I used to have a manual one for ages but then I found an electric one on sale. The manual one is so good too though xx

        • November 2, 2017 / 10:13 pm

          Lucky find 😊 maybe eventually, but yeah, the manual is doing me well for now xx

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