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How do you use the sonic facial brush?

How do you use the sonic facial brush?

We recommend sticking with the low frequency (gentlest) mode for sensitive skin. Gently apply the cleansing brush to your face and move it in slow, circular motions. Please don’t press down or apply any pressure – just let it float over your skin – the sonic pulses do all the work for you.

How do you use a manual facial brush?

To use a facial brush, apply a dollop of face wash to the brush and work the brush in small circles across your face. Depending on your skin type, use the brush anywhere from once or twice a week to every evening. Either way, make sure to regularly clean and disinfect the brush head.

How often can I use the sonic facial brush?

In this case, a face brush with sonic vibration is recommended instead of a rotating face brush. In order not overloading on your sensitive skin, keep in mind to just use the face brush once a day.

How often should you use a manual face brush?

When choosing a brush, it is important to make sure it is kind to skin, and non-irritating. At Nakin we only recommend using a brush once a week, and this is especially true if you have sensitive skin. If your skin rarely gets irritated, then you could use it twice a week. To use your brush, follow the steps below.

Do facial brushes actually work?

That’s because facial cleansing brushes not only remove dirt and makeup, but they also do a gentle exfoliation. Buffing off those rough dead skin cells is what’s making the skin softer. I’m pretty sure my makeup was also gliding on more easily!

How often should I clean my facial brush?

We also recommend washing your brush with a gentle dish soap to prevent build up. You should clean your brush once a week or every other week depending on how often you use it.

Does Sonic tighten skin?

Of course, sonic vibration is part of the same family as high-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) in that they both harness sound waves. But the latter is much more effective for lifting and tightening skin by heating cells in the deeper dermal and subdermal levels.