Many beauty gurus and experts constantly rave over the skin cleaning device, Clarisonic. This electronic brush is known for giving your skin a nice deep clean. But with the price at almost $200, that can be quite expensive for some of us.
As a beauty writer and – more importantly – a woman who really cares about her skin, I’ve been doing some research on this and I think I’ve found the ideal alternative.
Racinne is a skin care beauty line that was founded by Edwin Tseng. The Korean brand offers many different products that range from anti-aging, to brightening skin care series. They believe that we should celebrate and enhance the best version of our skin and encourage us to find products that help us rejuvenate both our skin and confidence, instead of gravitating towards plastic surgery.
Amongst their wide array of products, there is the Holy Grail for beauty gurus, the Racinne Electric Cleansing Face Brush that is presented in a very simple set format and comes with four different applicators.
The Facial Cleansing Brush gets right into your skin and removes any dirt, and impurities. Also, if you need to take off any makeup, this brush is absolutely perfect as it exfoliates your skin, leaving your face fresh and smooth.
The Facial Sponge, is a soft sponge that massages your skin, giving it a smooth surface to prepare the skin before applying any moisturizers or serums.
The Pumice Stone applicator is definitely needed for these winter months and is used on the feet, knees, and elbows. It removes the dry, dead layers of skin, to reveal smooth skin underneath.
And last, but not least the Body Brush. This brush applicator is a larger version of the face brush. Just lather up with your favourite soap or body wash, and use it all over your body. It’ll have your skin feeling squeaky clean.
Not only does this set come with the four brush heads, but it is also set at the fantastic price of $69.99.
You can’t go wrong with a brush set like this, that’ll have your skin glowing all the way down to your toes!
Where To Buy: https://www.racinne.ca/