Review: Yadah Deep Pore Cleansing Facial Brush, Gradually Eliminates Impurities With It’s Super Soft Bristles

Do you use facial brush? Previously, I was using it religiously until I realize that it makes my skin more sensitive because I was getting much redness periodically at the sides of my nose and chin. To a certain point, I put a stop to use the brush and my skin redness became lesser. It did help to improve my skin whereby with lesser blackheads and breakouts. I was introduced to use Yadah Deep Pore Cleansing Facial Brush and felt skeptical if I would love this brush.

Yadah Deep Pore Cleansing Facial Brush

What caught my attention is how cute the brush looked. Furnished with teardrop shaped wood  handle, printed with Yadah and super soft bristles. I kid you not about those bristles!

Yadah Deep Pore Cleansing Facial Brush RM69

This facial brush is available in July 2014 at selected Sasa stores. It helps to gently deep cleanse the pores with 350,00 of 0.045mm superfine fibres to eliminate dirt and makeup residues.

Yadah Deep Pore Cleansing Facial Brush 2It looks rather simple and ordinary but never underestimate as this works pretty well for me. On the earlier stage, I use it everyday but fearing that it will make my skin to be sensitive, I use it on alternate days. It took me some time to figure how to properly utilize this brush because it is very soft and has the tendency to absorb a lot of the cleanser. Finally I sorted the best way it worked for me which is,

  1. Lathering the cleanser and apply onto face.
  2. Soak the brush bristles with enough water.
  3. Work the brush onto face with circular motion, stronger pressure on areas that are more prone to blackheads.

Yadah Deep Pore Cleansing Facial Brush Close Up

Here is a close up of the bristles, doesn’t it look fluffy to you? It may not seem convincing, let’s have a look onto the next photo.

Yadah Deep Pore Cleansing Facial Brush Close Up 2

I have lightly pressed over the bristles and here you can see how they are packed with so many of the soft fibres to work as a deep cleansing facial brush.

Yadah Deep Pore Cleansing Facial Brush Before & After 2

I have use this facial brush for a month now along with Yadah Pure Green 3-Step Moisture Care which I will be reviewing in my next post.  I do notice a significance improvement but I still get breakout because of a serum that I have tried that aggravate it and I had put a stop to use it.

Yadah Deep Pore Cleansing Facial Brush Before & After

Here is a comparison between before and after using the facial brush, I could witness the difference as my skin became clearer progressively.

Above all…

I love using this brush and it did help to reduce blackheads. Normally, I would do sebum extraction myself once a week and now I’m only doing it two weeks once. For the extraction of two weeks once, I noticed that the sebum extracted is lesser than when I was doing it once a week which shows the effectiveness of this facial brush. I wouldn’t say that it 100% cleanses and eliminate dirt but I do believe, in long term this facial brush be able to help to reduce the impurities gradually.

The brush fibres is so soft to touch that it didn’t make my skin sensitive at all. It is very travel friendly as it is almost the size of a palm, however I would suggest to have a cover over the fibres to protect it’s shape and hygienic purposes. Another reason for it is because when it comes to travelling, the facial brush could still be wet and needs to be packed. The cover could possibly help in preventing water drip onto other products as there is a chances that the product would be squashed while travelling.

Price: MYR69.00

Availability: Selected Sasa store

PROs:

  • Soft fibres, gentle on the skin
  • Reduces blackheads gradually
  • Travel friendly size

CONs:

  • Does not eliminate impurities at 100%
  • Could get out of shape while travelling

My Rating: 4.8/5

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This facial brush was provided by Yadah for review purposes, kindly refer disclaimer.

xoxo,
Traclyn Yeoh
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Traclyn

A Malaysian beauty blogger expressing her views on beauty and life's other superficial aspects. Not to mention, beauty tutorials to appease the die-hard beauty junkies.

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