Aboel Sonic Cleansing Brush

If this doesn’t spur me on to having a more solid skincare routine then I don’t know what will! Introducing the Sonic Cleansing Brush. It’s basically a dupe version of the Boots’ Magnitone BareFaced Vibra-Sonic Daily Cleansing Brush.

I’ve started to develop a bit more of a detailed skincare routine. Up until recently, I’ve just been using the Garnier Pure Active Micellar Cleansing Watering Water. I actually love this stuff as it’s so much better than using face wipes and it lasts a lot longer. I think I’m currently on my third bottle after falling in love with it when I tried a smaller version. I’ve found that the Tea Tree Facial Scrub from Sainsburys has worked wonders for spots that tend to crop up suddenly due to stress. I don’t tend to get spots that often but when they crop up, they are always in the most awkward of places. I find that applying this once or twice a week when my skin’s not feeling too fresh, gets rid of these spots.


So I’ve begun using the micellar water to simply get off as much makeup as possible (damn mascara). I then applied the tea tree scrub and used the sonic brush to massage the scrub into my skin. The brush is powered by batteries and has the perfect stand to keep the brush upright after use. The brush comes with interchangeable heads. One that can be used for serums and buffing the skin. The bristled brushes are great for scrubs and exfoliators and the brush even has a head that apparently reduces wrinkles!  I’m keen to use this one for the laughter lines on the top of my head and the slight crease line I have in between my brows.

I’ve been using the bristle brush to apply my Vanishing Cream moisturiser from Lush and I’ve been using the sponge to evenly apply the Jojoba Oil from Eden’s Semilla.


The brush is lightweight and easy to use. For someone with sensitive skin, the brush isn’t too harsh or abrasive on the skin. It’s also waterproof so you can use it in the shower to speed up the beauty process! The brush is available to purchase from Amazon for £19.95 and can be found here. Let me know if you use facial brushes down below in the comments, What’s your skincare routine?







Disclaimer –  I was gifted this product for my own honest opinion.


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