I was pleasantly surprised when I discovered an e-mail in my inbox from Magnitone, letting me know that they had popped these sensitive heads in the post for me to trail after they read my previous posts where I mentioned the standard head being a little scratchy. I have sensitive skin, so these will be much better suited to my skin!
Within two days, they arrived at via my very grumpy post woman.
The sensitive brush heads are an optional extra for the Magnitone Pulsar. They have softer bristles for a more gentle cleansing experience and retail at £15.99 for a pack of two.
After snapping these pictures, I fought my way through the plastic packaging with scissors, put the new head on my Magnitone Pulsar and made my way to the shower. The brush is a lot softer than the original head, yet leaves my skin feeling just as clean.
It is the time again where I bring you photos of my face, up close and personal. This is clearly going to be the highlight of your day.
Actually, no, it’s probably not, but it does allow you to see my skin pretty clearly so you can see and judge how well it is working for yourself.
As always, I’m posting one in my bathroom under artificial light light and one in natural light. First, I’ll link my previous posts incase you have missed them. I’m not wearing any face make-up in any of the photos. Just moisturiser and eye make-up.
I’m happy to report that my skin is very much he same as last week – the dryness that I had in the first week as not returned and my feels a little softer than last week. I’ve had three spots on my chin as I am due a visit from The Uterus Demon of Doom any day now. Three is a very small number for me as I usually get around 10 and some on my cheeks too. The first two spots healed up so fast. I had them for about a day and then they cleared up, which is something I’ve never experienced before! The most recent one is a bit bigger so I expect it to take a bit longer to heal, but it is nothing compared to how I was suffering before I started using the Magnitone Pulsar.
I trust you’ll all be cheering me on for my 10k race today. It starts at 9am – so if you’re reading this at that time, please pray for me. And send an Ambulance.
Look how beautiful the sky was last night:
Tomorrow I’ll be posting the summary of last nights #socialbloggers chat.