You read that right, Video Review!
Something I forgot to go into further detail about is the cleansing cycle. For every minute of deep cleansing you do (I recommend using the VisaPure once a day, max), the VisaPure pulses for half of a second after 20 seconds has passed. This quick pulse serves as an indicator and reminder to move onto the next portion of your face. After a full minute has elapsed the VisaPure automatically shuts off.
Full disclosure, I read a few other VisaPure user reviews. A couple of people have complained their device malfunctioned after three weeks of repeated use. Honestly, I can only speculate that water may've weaselled its way in somehow *cough* submersed in water *cough* *cough* and fried the wiring. I have no qualms about using the VisaPure in the shower, but I wouldn't let it make like a fish.
Then again, there could be a bunch of other potential reasons.
Want to see how well the Philips VisaPure stacks up to Clarisonic's Mia II? Check out Beauty Alchemy's comparison chart.
Between the ums, yeahs and sos I hope you enjoyed watching my review.
The Bagful breakdown:
Total amount for the Philips' VisaPure Facial Cleansing Brush:
Value for money spent (performance and quality):
- 7 out of 10 bags — Despite noticing a minor improvement in my complexion, it certainly hasn't been life altering.
Would another purchase be on the horizon?:
- I wouldn't mind checking out the exfoliating brush head.
*PR sample provided – Thoughts and ramblings written here are completely my own.