Visage pro style super cleanser facial brush (like clarasonic) £12.99 @ Aldi
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Visage pro style super cleanser facial brush (like clarasonic) £12.99 @ Aldi

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LocalFound 24th Feb 2016
Not sure how good it is but picked one up for £12.99. Dont want to pay for a clarasonic , magnitone or clinique brush cleanser so thought id give this a go. Has anyone tried? Or have any experience on these brush cleansers?
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was looking on ebay for a facial brush,..seen something similar for less than ten pounds. good to know aldi are gonna be stocking!
great find, thanks op! heat added!
so I don't mean to sound daft but what do these actually do? I was told they leave skin feeling amazing but i s it a buffer? my dermatologist told me not to scrub my face that's the reason I ask. also been using silver serum for nearly a year and it's improved my skin massively but fancy one of these
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ldee46

so I don't mean to sound daft but what do these actually do? I was told … so I don't mean to sound daft but what do these actually do? I was told they leave skin feeling amazing but i s it a buffer? my dermatologist told me not to scrub my face that's the reason I ask. also been using silver serum for nearly a year and it's improved my skin massively but fancy one of these



I suppose its a fancier way of cleaning or getting a deep clean and softer skin apparently.Comes with different brush heads....some are softer for daily use and some a little more denser for weekly use....touch wood my skins pretty clear but have been wanting one to use when i want a deep clean. Not opened it yet. But these were near the mothers day section so probably a special buy. Ive never heard of silver serum. Is it good?
Edited by: "samzam" 24th Feb 2016
samzam

I suppose its a fancier way of cleaning or getting a deep clean and … I suppose its a fancier way of cleaning or getting a deep clean and softer skin apparently.Comes with different brush heads....some are softer for daily use and some a little more denser for weekly use....touch wood my skins pretty clear but have been wanting one to use when i want a deep clean. Not opened it yet. But these were near the mothers day section so probably a special buy. Ive never heard of silver serum. Is it good?



​massively amazing. read an article on daily mail last year about it and was willing to try anything as I had tried everything for my bad skin. got it from skin shop website and its made a huge difference! much clearer and softer. mind you may give this a bash to see how it is thanks
I am a convert to face brushes I have used the Boots version for about 2 years now (combination skin). The Boots one only has one type of brush which suits me and is cheap to replace so has been more cost effective long term than others for me. I agree this would be a good model to try, I hope the replacements heads are reasonable but even if they are not it should be OK for 6-12 months. On the other side my sis has very sensitive skin and it did not work for her maybe the selection of heads on this might have worked differently for her.
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Savvy_Sister

I am a convert to face brushes I have used the Boots version for about 2 … I am a convert to face brushes I have used the Boots version for about 2 years now (combination skin). The Boots one only has one type of brush which suits me and is cheap to replace so has been more cost effective long term than others for me. I agree this would be a good model to try, I hope the replacements heads are reasonable but even if they are not it should be OK for 6-12 months. On the other side my sis has very sensitive skin and it did not work for her maybe the selection of heads on this might have worked differently for her.


Do you have a link to the boots one please? How much did you pay?
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Savvy_Sister

I am a convert to face brushes I have used the Boots version for about 2 … I am a convert to face brushes I have used the Boots version for about 2 years now (combination skin). The Boots one only has one type of brush which suits me and is cheap to replace so has been more cost effective long term than others for me. I agree this would be a good model to try, I hope the replacements heads are reasonable but even if they are not it should be OK for 6-12 months. On the other side my sis has very sensitive skin and it did not work for her maybe the selection of heads on this might have worked differently for her.


Do you have a link to the boots one please? How much did you pay?
Your text here £25 at the moment but I paid £10 as occasionally it is reduced to £15 and Boots often offer £5 off No7 vouchers. But if you cant wait for it to be reduced the Lidl one seems a good deal. I would have got the Lidl version if I did not already have the Boots one

Edited by: "Savvy_Sister" 24th Feb 2016
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Savvy_Sister

Your text here £25 at the moment but I paid £10 as occasionally it is r … Your text here £25 at the moment but I paid £10 as occasionally it is reduced to £15 and Boots often offer £5 off No7 vouchers. But if you cant wait for it to be reduced the Lidl one seems a good deal. I would have got the Lidl version if I did not already have the Boots one


That great thank you, will look into it as have some points that need spending
Great. Ill be ordering one for my sister
Not quite the same as the Clarisonic as the more expensive ones work on the same principle to a sonic toothbrush and use the same technology - the cheaper ones are basically rotating brushes.

Magnitone do cheaper brushes that aren't sonic too.
ALDI super cleanser VISAGE does anyone know where you can get replacement heads for this product.
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