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13 July 2014

Marionnaud Face Brush

Marionnaud Face Brush Review

Have you ever tried a face brush?

My mom gave me one -- well, I kind of took it from her stash of things she didn't really use, and I fell in love with it. So, I decided to buy a new face brush in Watsons.

Marionnaud Face Brush Review

Marionnaud Face Brush Review
I stumbled upon this Marionnaud face brush and thought I'd give this a try. It retails for only PHP 99.00 so I thought nothing could go wrong with that.

I tested it out for a month and I actually like it. Even though it's not the softest brush in the market, it is very affordable and it does the job of exfoliating dead skin cells. The bristles aren't as soft compared to my mom's Shiseido face brush, but it is a good starter brush before you go and invest in the electric facial brushes in the market such as Clarisonic and Olay.

I suggest that you don't put too much pressure while using this brush, because honestly it doesn't make your facial wash work twice as hard. Besides, do you fancy red irritated skin after washing your face? I guess not.

This brush is also quite big in the sense that it's too big for the nose area whereas my Shiseido brush just fits perfectly. It just can't brush off the sides of the nostrils which is actually the area where I get most of my blackheads and whiteheads.

Overall, it's a great starter brush before investing into electric tools.



5 comments :

  1. I've been so curious about his brush for a while now, but just didn't buy it coz I feel like it might be too rough on my skin. Thanks for the review ^_^
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    1. i've searched for facial brushes coz i was worried that my shiseido brush wouldnt last me long if i used it all the time. actually i'm waiting for more reviews on olay facial brushes or others coz i dont want to buy the clarisonic :P

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  2. Great review Maj. I found one in SM North Beauty Section. Some Watson's branch do not have this brush, though. I just tried it and I agree that you should lightly use it in circular motion on your face because the bristles may be a bit too harsh on the skin. It seems good enough for its price anyway. ^_^

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    1. yup agree. light circular motions and it still removes makeup. it's just too hard when it comes to the nose area coz the bristles are big and i tend to get most black heads in that area :P

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  3. Im gonna try this one out, 'coz I've been looking for an inexpensive facial brush and I think that this is the right one :) Thank You for the information

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