The No7 Beautiful Skin Cleansing Brush Review

As I am getting older, it has dawned on me that since finding my first few grey hairs (*sob*) I absolutely do not want to grow old gracefully.

I will use what ever lotions and potions I need to in order to stay looking in young. Father Time is a bitch.

Because of this, I have started a whole new face routine. I have been looking into other ways to make my skin glow and with this I came across a No7 manual cleansing brush from Boots and started using that in my routine.

You’ll see in the pics below what I’m talking about, and why I desperately needed an electronic one!

I saw the price of a Clarisonic and wept. That was until Boots put their No7 Beautiful Skin Cleansing Brush on SALE! At £24.95 full price I was sold, but then for it to go to £15 – well it just had to happen. I also used a £5 off skincare voucher and actually got it for £10 – bargain!

I read some reviews and some of you may be thinking there’s a reason it’s so cheap – and a lot of bloggers had some not nice things to say about it, but here’s my opinion. IT’S BLOODY BRILLIANT.


Better than the manual one, it’s not too harsh on the skin if you use the slower speed, while the faster speed is perfect for your neck.

I have never used a Clarisonic for comparison, but for that price they can keep it.

I don’t use it every day though and I use Elizabeth Arden’s Visible Difference Exfoliating Cleanser on the days I don’t use the brush.

My skin is soft and not so clogged with make up and dried skin, so I would definitely recommend this brush, especially if you’re on a budget.

I would say I have combination skin – my nose especially gets particularly dry while my forehead gets quite oily, but that is probably down to my fringe – nonetheless it’s oily and it’s a problem.

I genuinely do love the brush and I would absolutely recommend it. And as I said, I paid for this product – it was not a press sample, my opinion is purely mine.

I would love to hear your opinion as everyone is different!

– love Carla x