Amid the UK's coronavirus pandemic, many people have made the most of the extra time at home by looking after their skin.
As well as serums and moisturising creams, one product that has gained huge popularity recently is silicone cleansing brushes, which aim to get under the skin's surface to gently remove trapped impurities. Smaller pores and blemish-free skin? Yes, please.
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The likes of Strictly professional Janette Manrara, Rita Ora and even Victoria Beckham all count Foreo's cult cleansing products among their skincare secrets. One of the brand's most popular offerings is the Luna 3, which is an electric facial cleanser that offers 8000 T-sonic pulsations per minute and a variety of massage routines.
Tesco is now selling an affordable dupe for over £100 less. Similar to Foreo, the Magnitone Xoxo transmits over 8000 micro-sonic pulsations a minute and features eight speed settings and three cleansing zones for different skin types – oily/normal, dry/sensitive and massage.
Magnitone Xoxo silicone cleansing brush, £30, Tesco
To get clear, glowing skin, simply apply your usual cleanser, wet the brush and choose your cleansing zone before gliding the brush over your skin in small circles. And the best part? It only takes one minute to work! So it's not just useful for upping your lockdown skincare regime, but it will easily fit into your rushed morning routine once offices reopen.
As with all cleansers, you follow up by rinsing and drying your face and applying your regular creams and moisturisers.
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