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What I Use To Clean My Face #facialscrubber

I have seriously been trying to take way better care of my skin these days. I'm sure I've mentioned it in previous posts. I love to experiment with a variety of tools to get my face as clean as possible. 
I wash my face every single morning and evening. The days of me falling asleep with makeup and just not caring are looooonnnngggg gone!

I sometimes use washcloths, but lately I've been using my new facial scrubber pads.

Here is what they look like:

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It comes in a pack of two as you can see above. They are silicone and fit in the palm of your hand. They are shaped the way that they are for a reason. The pointy tip, which has a top layer of tiny soft, but firm bristles, is meant for cleaning the sensitive areas of your face. I'm talking about around your nose and the corners of your eyes. 

The middle bristle area has somewhat larger dots that are meant for exfoliating, softening, and removing blackheads. 

The largest dots are at the bottom. These more coarse bristles are meant for massaging your skin and enhancing blood flow. 

You apply some water and cleanser onto your face or directly onto the pad and scrub your face clockwise a few times, and the counterclockwise. Rinse off, repeat.

I can surely say that it feels really nice on my face and definitely does a great job at cleansing it. 

Another neat thing that you can do with these pads is clean your makeup brushes!


Yeah, and since two come in a pack, you can use one for your face and one for your brushes. 
Oh, and by the way, they each have a suction cup on the back so that you can wash them off and stick them onto a shower, porcelain surface, or mirror to air dry. Then, they'll be easily accessible too. 

I love how easy you can clean these and reuse each day.

You can find these right here.

Here's my video review, giving you a tiny peek at how I use them on my own face:

Disclaimer: I received this product in exchange for my unbiased review. 

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