March 7, 2016

Review: Conair True Glow Cleaning Skin Beauty Treatment

Good Evening! I have my review on the Conair True Glow Cleaning Skin Beauty Treatment to tell you if it's worth getting or something to pass up on. I've been using mine for about 3 months and developed some thoughts on the product.

For the start of the new year, I knew I wanted to take better care of my skin. As much as I wanted to get a Clarisonic since I heard positive results from others, I still couldn't justify the price it is to replace the heads every 3 months (about $27). So I discovered this neat brush from Conair which ranges from $48.99- $49.99 compared to the Clarisonic which is normally $99. The Conair brush heads also range from about $9.00-$15.00 which I think is much more reasonable than $27.

       However, I can not make a complete comparison review since I don't own the Clarisonic but I will say, I've been enjoying my Conair brush a lot. It comes with 3 different speeds (low, medium, and high). For the first month I started off on low to have my skin get use to the system and then I gradually moved up to medium. I've been using for my morning and night routine and I feel like I can't do my routine without it. I definitely have noticed that cleans more than just using my hands. It removes all makeup and dirt even the stuff that's not visibly there and my face feels incredibly clean. Lately I've been using the brush with the Clean and Clear Continuous Control Acne Cleanser and it has work out so well for my breakouts. Something about going to bed with a face that I know is fully cleaned helps me feel like I have somewhat of my life together.

You do get 2 different brush heads with the original purchase; a sensitive brush and a regular brush. You also get a charging dock as well.

Some pointers though if you do get this. When using the device, it beeps every 10 seconds to let to know to move to the next portion of your face. The beep is decently loud so that's my only complaint about the device.

Another tip is to the clean the brush head with something other than a cleanser that was used on your face. Even though these products recommend changing the brush head every 3 months, I started to notice I was breaking out again after a month and a half. I did some research and started to clean it twice a week with a clear shampoo and the brush was good to go. If you're curious the shampoo I use it's the Vita Berry Shampoo I received from a Memebox a while back. It smells like candied strawberries and gets the job done to clean the brush.

Final verdict, I think this is worth the money to purchase if you're looking to add a beneficial component to your skin care routine. I noticed a change in my skin as far as it being clearer from blemishes and cleaner then from regular face washing.


  1. I am also looking into getting a Clarisonic, but the price is a bit of a draw back. I'll definitely look into this one!

  2. I am also looking into getting a Clarisonic, but the price is a bit of a draw back. I'll definitely look into this one!

    1. i just can't justify the $27 to replace the head. If it was $10 for the clarisonic I would consider it, but this gets the job done and I can't wash my face without it. Glad you enjoyed the post!