Basicare Complexion Massage Cleansing Brush Review
I know how good it is to get a facial massage from a professional, but I am lazy and a busy working mom who cannot spare time for regular facials. So, I end up doing it myself, but then, I realized that massaging does make a difference and that is how we get that glow on our face after a salon facial. So, I decided to buy a prope massager for myself, within my budget. I searched online and picked this facial massager from Basicare. I’m in love-hate relation with this massager. Read further to know my experience.
Basicare Complexion Massage/Cleansing Brush is user-friendly and is light weight in nature. This product helps in removing dead cells from your skin. Basicare Complexion Massage/Cleansing Brush can even clean the creases in your nose with much ease. Basicare Complexion Massage/Cleansing Brush aims at helping you to look radiant and fresh. You can easily sense a smooth and soft face when you intend to use Basicare Complexion Massage/Cleansing Brush. The natural bristles of Basicare Complexion Massage/Cleansing Brush offer a deep pore cleaning and stimulating massage on facial contours. It helps in eliminating oils and impurities from your skin and also increases your face’s the blood circulation.
Basicare Complexion Massage/Cleansing Brush is ideal for women.
Features and Benefits:
Basicare Complexion Massage/Cleansing Brush helps you look fresh and radiant.
It is priced moderately.
How To Use:
You can use it as you would use any other complexion brush.
Rs. 190, available on discount.
My Take on Basicare Complexion Massage Cleansing Brush:
The brush comes in a neatly packed plastic case. The brush is made of wooden handle with a grey rubber grip band to hold while you massage. The bristles look brownish and look a little harsh. The bristles are densely packed. Would have been better if a cap was provided to cover the bristles. Look wise, it is sturdy and can be carried easily along with your bath kit.
The bristles look a little harsh and I thought it might harm my skin. I wet the bristles and pour a coin size of my favorite Attitude Foaming Cleanser and start working on my face. In gentle strokes, it lathers up pretty well. I focus on my T zone mainly and massage very gently on my cheeks. I feel the bristles are a little rough and not delicate. Too much massaging might be painful and hurt your skin. I have not used massagers from other brands, so I am not able to make a comparison. I massage using this brush for a minute and wash off with cold water.
I find my skin squeaky clean with all dirt and impurities washed away. I also notice my face looks fresh and clean with all dead cells exfoliated. I like the end result. This brush is good at exfoliating and unclogging pores. I had an instant brightness after the massage. Now, when I say my skin glows, it also means the blood circulation is improved. It works good for me and I had no breakouts and rashes so far. If there is one thing that I hate about this brush ,then it’s the rough bristles.
Pros of Basicare Complexion Massage Cleansing Brush:
- Decent packaging, looks sturdy.
- Does a decent job of exfoliating dead cells and makes skin look healthy.
- Efficiently removes dirt and impurities from skin.
- Reasonably priced.
Cons of Basicare Complexion Massage Cleansing Brush:
- Bristles are a bit harsh, need to use it very carefully and gently.
- No cap provided to cover the brush head.
This is an average facial massager, when compared to a few other available in the market, but for the price it retails, you can give it a try. But one thing that disappointed me is the quality of the bristles. It isn’t as soft as I expected. This is not a must have. I am definitely going to look out for a softer and delicate massager. My search continues.
14 thoughts on “Basicare Complexion Massage Cleansing Brush Review”
The bristles look very rough and harsh Rama, you should stop using it *haan ji*
I would second jomol….the bristles do look very harsh *haan ji*
Agreed… these bristles look really rough… *nababana* *nababana*
yeaah Jomol…i’mlooking for somehting softer..plz suggest…
I have used a similar brush from TBS and it was so harsh on the skin.. that looked pretty similar to this one. I couldn’t use it.. 🙁 Thanks for the heads up for this one *happydance* *happydance*
i used tbs last week oh my god, i will make it my nail brush now
this one too im scared
Use it as a body scrubber for now – like dry brushing…for the face you should always use milder scrubs…
The bristles look a bit harsh yaa *cry* *cry* i tried faces wala buffer … my god… it was soooo damn bad.. i felt like i was rubbing scotch brite … threw it in just a min.. you try that small scrublet na that comes with new loreal face washes… its works very well and not at all harsh *pompom* *pompom* *pompom*
*hunterwali* *hunterwali* brush!
They all want to copy Clarisonic!
I think even a soft bristled toothbrush will do the same job! I use a baby brush to clean my T zone and massage my cheeks a little. I get the same result *powder* *powder*
Wooow..tooth brush is a far better option i believe.. *thankyou*
How about baby toothbrush?? is it also harsh like the one mentioned?? *scared* *scared* *scared*
Such a timely review …I was contemplating buying this , I’ll skip it as it sounds harsh
i have this brush , very rough, will not recommend to use on skin directly, dip it first in hot water then the bristles becomes soft, but still i dont like this brush, i now use it for dry brushing
ohhh gosh i have this….i have used this only once on face coz i ended up with red rashes *headbang* and now this brush helps me to clean my nails…