I recently went along to This Morning Live at the NEC in Birmingham with Panasonic and had such an amazing day checking out lots of brands and learning about different products. As well as attending the event I was invited to head over to their stand for a complementary facial which I was super excited about. I'd just found out I was pregnant and my skin was playing up so bad, the breakouts and dry skin were very annoying.

The facial was so so good and left my skin feeling amazing. This was the first time I got to try the Panasonic Cleansing Brush and my first impressions were really good. My skin was left feeling very clean and I felt like the dry dead skin had come away which was really good. I felt really refreshed and couldn't believe that the cleansing brush was so gentle and didn't irritate my skin at all. The lovely ladies at Panasonic actually gifted me my very own cleansing brush to use at home which i've been using for a few months now.

I have to say the Louise Thomas, the lovely lady who gave me the facial at the show was incredible, I felt super relaxed and like I was at a spa not in the middle of an exhibition hall. Using the cleansing brush at home isn't as relaxing or spa-like but it's super easy to use and leaves amazing results.

The end of the cleansing brush heats up, there's two heat settings and it is perfect at melting away your make up making it really easy to sweep away using the brush end. It's easy to use, it doesn't pull at the skin and is very gentle so it's great even on sensitive skin.

The brush is super soft and gentle and I was so shocked when I felt it for the first time as it really is so so soft. The brush attachment bristles are optimised for a deeper clean to get into those hard to reach places. The brush is really gentle and perfect on all skin types even sensitive skin like mine.

If you have breakouts or your t-zone area is generally in need of a little extra tlc then the precise cleansing brush is just what you need. Perfect to target those t-zone areas, use once or twice a week to clear out your t-zone and wash away those pores and imperfections.

I don't use the cleansing brush daily as it's abit too much as I mentioned above my skin is very sensitive, even more so since being pregnant. I use the cleansing brush a couple of times a week for a deep clean, I usually double cleanse and use something like the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish aswell. The brush is so gentle and such a lovely brush, leaves the skin feeling great, it really gets into all the little areas around your nose and my skin feels much clearer.

The cleansing brush retails for £149.99 * which I wouldn't spend on a cleansing brush, no matter how brilliant it is. I do however think this is a really good product and if you are someone willing to spend over £100 for a brush cleanser then go ahead. The product is fab and I would really recommend it as it's perfect for all skin types and it leaves the skin feeling refreshed and healthy.

* I was kindly invited along to This Morning Live along with Panasonic and was kindly gifted the cleansing brush. I have not been paid for this feature. My opinions above are honest and my own.

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