Baffled by cleansing brushes and sonic gadgets? Our experts clear a few things up…
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Q. Are cleansing brushes good for your skin? How often should you use them?
A. Caroline Hitchcock , expert facialist:
I have the original Clarisonic brush , £125, myself, but I would say that first of all, cleansing brushes are not suitable for the following skin types or those suffering from the following skin conditions, as they can be too stimulating:
Post microdermabrasion or similar aesthetic facial treatmentHigh colour complexions with broken capillaries or redness