Tuesday, 14 October 2014

NEW || The Clinique Sonic System Purifying Cleansing Brush

Aloha Sprinklerinos, 

I've spoken about it before - cleansing. We have a love hate relationship: I love cleansing, but rarely before bed #badbeautyblogger. 

BUT, that said I've got a brand new addition to the family and boy am I excited to give it a whirl.

A blog review on Clinique's Sonic System Purifying Cleansing Brush
A blog review on Clinique's Sonic System Purifying Cleansing Brush
A blog review on Clinique's Sonic System Purifying Cleansing Brush

Let me introduce to you Clinique's sparkly Sonic System Purifying Cleansing Brush *catches breath*. We all know a girl loves a thorough cleanse and that's exactly what this little beauty promises.

If you're not familiar with the whole 'Cleansing Brush' concept, let me get you up to speed. In a nutshell it's an electronic toy (ahem) of greatness, aimed to gently exfoliate and deeply cleanse the skin, removing more dirt, makeup and oil than manual cleansing. You use it alongside a cleanser of your choice and the rest is history.

Sounds like a winner, right? Well, there's more...

Made up of two strengths of rounded bristles, the pale green are shorter, with angled tips to help you reach those pesky areas that are prone to excess oil and clogging of your pores, i.e. the terrible t-zone.  And secondly the white bristles, that are softer and less firm make it ideal for the more sensitive, delicate areas of the face. One of the first things I noticed about the brush was how unbelievably soft the head of the brush was, meaning it's probably going to be suitable for even the most sensitive of skin. Yay!

With a waterproof design, you can use it in the shower (always up for killing two birds with one stone, thank you very much!) and 3 hour battery life mean it's perfect for taking on trips away - which will be great for when I'm away in London as we all know we're prone to a dirty face in the big smoke!

Finally, the self timer shuts the cleanser off after 30 seconds - which is apparently the perfect amount of time to sufficiently cleanse your face. However, once your skin accustoms to the change you can up it to 1 minute - very snazzy.

Are you excited about Clinique's latest innovation? Click the link to learn more about the New Clinique Sonic System Purifying Cleaning Brush. And I'd also love to know if you're already using it and what you think? 

Toodlepip! 
xxx
*Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Clinique via Glam Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Clinique. 

83 comments:

  1. Think I need to try this now, everyone loves it! Any excuse to go shopping ;)

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  2. I've never bothered to look into anything like this as I always think they're overly priced and I feel like I'd never be bothered to use it! I can imagine the novelty wearing off quickly xxx

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  3. I love cleansing brushes! I wanted to get this one sooo bad but its just ridiculously expensive. I bought the acne-free cleansing brush and its just as good for less than $20... I have a review on it on my blog actually www.mrstefee.blogspot.com . All it is is just a spinning brush, i mean how complicated can that really be LOL.

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  4. Do you think this brush is better than the Clarisonic? Or are they equal?

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  5. I worked for clinique for years and this is absolutely my favorite product they've come out with!!! Hopefully you love it too!!
    xxx
    Vanessa
    www.justcallmeness.blogspot.com

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  6. I want a cleansing brush but this one is a bit too expensive for me #studentproblems
    Maybe I'll treat myself one day :)

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  7. I keep seeing this pop up on all my favourite blogs and I would seriously adore one of these! I'm going to pop it on my cheeky Christmas list and keep everything else down to a minimal, this would be so therapeutic and a bit of a wake-me-up in the mornings!

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  8. I would love to try something like this but I feel like you could get something for a lot cheaper :) but I'd love to give this a try!

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  9. The reason you keep seeing this on blogs is because Clinque's sponsoring them.

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  10. This looks really good!

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  11. I've never managed to get my hands on the clarisonic so would love to try this out at some point. xx

    A Fashion Tale // UK Fashion & Lifestyle Blog

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  12. Hi Louise, I've never thought about using one of these before - they always seem a little weird/scary...Does it seem to genuinely make a difference? It seems like a good idea, and with some pretty good features. Thanks for the info, and great post as usual! x

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  13. I think I saw this the other day when I went to get my cleanser from Macy's. My skin is so sensitive! Whenever I do clean my makeup off I break out! I don't clean it off every night but I can see the benefit in it. Because my skin is so sensitive I don't think I'll be getting this anytime soon, but maybe when I'm older and my skin's sensitivity hopefully changes I'll be able to use something like this!

    Rosegold Fox

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  14. I really want this! I've never tried an electronic cleansing brush but I love the idea. A nice, cheaper alternative to the Clarisonic :)

    Holly / holly la beau

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  15. I've been thinking about getting one of these cleanser for quite some time now! I've heard so many good things about them and especially the "leaves your skin very soft" is very appealing to me!
    Love,
    Svenja

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  16. Lovely post and photos! Looks so cool haha! Abi :)
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  17. How does it compare to a more expensive item like the Clarisonic and a cheaper option like the Olay Pro?

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  18. Ahh this thing has been EVERYWHERE! Blanket coverage at it's finest ey.

    PS. You may want to rethink your positioning of the creator post image, it was what showed up in Bloglovin' as it was first rather than your lovely photography!

    Georgina x
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  19. need to try this :o!! I'm the same as you louise lol!! love cleansing but not do it all the time ): love ya
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  20. I've seen these around and I'm curious- is it like a cheaper version of Clarisonic?
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  21. The bristles do look super soft, really want to give it a try! If only I could afford one!

    The Velvet Black // UK Style, Beauty & Lifestyle Blog

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  22. Haha...an electronic toy... :D
    But seriously it sounds pretty amazing!

    <3
    Christina
    http://kissesandflowers.blogspot.com/

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  23. Thank your for this post Louise, I might buy this xx

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  24. I'm currently using a No7 cleansing brush, but this one seems a bit more advanced with the shorter Bristles and timer. I might have to invest!

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  25. This looks insane, might have to invest in this once I get paid!

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  26. I just started using clinique, and fell in love. Now, maybe I should invest in this :P

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  27. I've been wondering about this for a while but haven't been ready to make the investment.. it sounds amazing, though! One day :)

    Kim
    http://trendkeeper.me

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  28. I've always wanted to try out one of these cleansing brushes, but never got the chance. This one though seems promising and I think I'll try it out!

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  29. I could be very excited but with my laziness? I'd probably never use it so it's best I don't buy it. I'm good with just cleansing my face with a balm or makeup wipes, then a cleanser, then toner and moisturizer :)

    Arianne

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  30. Love clinique - will have to check this out! http://meowemily.blogspot.com

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  31. Hi Louise!
    I've nominated you for the one lovely blog award!
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  32. That looks nice! I'd love to have one of those :)

    Lipstick and Mocha

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  33. It looks great! Think I might invest in one.
    Katie x
    planet-blossom.blogspot.com

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  34. I've wanted one for years but the price has always put me off... however it is christmas in a few months ;)

    niamh / niamhsdream.blogspot.co.uk

    x

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  35. I read through another this is gentle on your cheeks which is fab as I get quite a few clogged pores there and don't want to damage the skin! I'm not really a fan of Clinique skincare but the brush sounds fab

    Lauren x
    Britton Loves | Lifestyle Food Fashion Beauty - www.brittonloves.blogspot.co.uk

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  36. Oo this looks cool! Do you think it would irritate sensitive skin that's prone to break-outs? I've always been a little wary of these just in case

    Thanks for sharing Louise :) x

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  37. I seen this about 3 months ago in Debenhams and really wanted to try it but haven't had the money! It looks and sounds brilliant!! Xx
    http://oliviacherylx.blogspot.co.uk

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  38. I tried this and loved it, I just which I could afford my own

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  39. I think i need one of these in my life! x

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  40. I really want to try this but it's so expensive x
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  41. This sounds amazing, always been wary of cleansing brushes but may have to give this one a try!

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  42. Great post! I'm curious, how does this one compare to the ever popular clarisonic brand one? And does this one cause breakouts after initial use as well? As a dermatologist in training I'm always on the lookout for nifty new products for myself and my patients :)

    XO
    Joyce
    www.teawithMD.com

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  43. Looks amazing!
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  44. This is definitely top of my wish list - looks a perfect possible Christmas pressie too ;)

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  45. This looks like the perfect product might have to get one! xxx

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  46. This sounds amazing I need to try it . <3
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  47. I'm so glad you've said that the bristles are soft...I've always deviated away from cleansing brushes as I just imagine scrubbing your face with a toothbrush...not so appealing. This may have to be on the Christmas list.

    mymumblesandmusings.blogspot.com

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  48. I've always wanted to try one of these, it's going on my Christmas list!
    Thanks for sharing!

    pieceofmindbeauty.blogspot.co.uk

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  50. I loved this!

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  52. Ooh, very snazzy! I've always wanted to try one of these :) x

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  53. To be honest, Louise I think I'm going to have to buy one now I've read this review. Apologies to the bank account!

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  54. I really need to invest in something like this! I'm so rubbish when it comes to cleansing!
    Love your blog Louise! :)
    xxx

    samanthalfrances.blogspot.com

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  55. Looks great! x

    https://www.marjorievie.blogspot.com

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  56. I'd love to have more money so I could spent it in proper cleansing products. Right now normal soap and water are my BFFs hahah :)

    From Making Things Alive | Bloglovin'

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  57. Oooh looks good, I've been using the Luna Mini, but have been looking in to getting a cleansing brush to see the difference. xxx

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  58. Great post.. I'd love to try it out! :)

    Check out my blog, comment or follow :)
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  59. Great post - I rarely cleanse either so might invest in one of these.

    Lizzie's Daily Blog

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  60. Gosh, I wish I could afford Clinique. You're so lucky Louise! xx

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  62. Wonderful Post x

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  64. I struggle so much with finding a skin care routine that works for my skin, which I finally found. Unfortunately I cannot afford Clinique though. However, I think that I will definitely be looking for a brush to go along with my skin care routine. xx

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  65. This looks amazing, really want to try it soon!
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  67. Mum as bought one and it is amazing.
    I'm hoping there is one coming from Santa too :)

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  69. I love clinique products!

    Lou - Louleecutie.blogspot.com

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  70. my friend and i were looking at this just the other day! she was thinking about getting it over the calrasonic. I'm curious to see how both affect sensitive skin.

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  71. Have you tried the Clarisonic? How does the brush compare to that? I've seen it advertised on television recently! :) I haven't tried anything Clinique but I've heard a lot about their dark spot treatment. :)

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