The Best Dupes for Clarisonic Skin Brush

It is no secret that the Clarisonic face brush has become a crucial step in many skincare lovers routine. The Clarisonic is a multipurpose brush that exfoliates and deep cleanses your skin leaving it clearer, brighter and more radiant.

Most beauty bloggers cannot go without their Clarisonic. Although Clarisonic offers a variation of their face brushes, splurging on one of these brushes can cost you approximately $150 and not to mention, a replacement head is $30. It is a pricey purchase.Thankfully I have found several alternatives that get the job done just as well for nearly a fraction of the price.

Olay Pro-X Advanced Cleansing System

Olay Pro-X Advanced Cleansing SystemFor less than $25, you truly can not go wrong with this cleansing brush.

The 2-speed rotating facial cleansing brush massages the ProX by Olay Exfoliating Renewal Cleanser onto the skin. The lathering formula thoroughly cleans as it gently exfoliates. The system was professionally designed to deliver proven results. Just rub cleanser onto your skin and let the power of the Facial Cleansing Brush go to work.

 

 

 

 

Acne Free Advanced Cleansing Brush

Acne Free AcneFree Advanced Cleansing BrushSimilar to the Olay face brush, the Acne Free Cleansing brush is less than $20 (talk about major steal). If you shop around, you might get lucky and snag one for FREE! Acne Free gives away a free cleansing brush when you purchase their set at select retailers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Clinique Anti-Blemish Sonic System Cleansing Brush

This waterproof brush features a sleek, lightweight, and compact design with an angled tip to target the T-zone and gently purify pores.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dermalogica Exfoliating Face Brush

Gently rub this manual skin brush in circular motions on the face to deeply clean and tone skin without a motor. This brush is perfect for traveling!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Do you even use a face brush to wash your face? If so, which do you have?

-Adriana

 

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43 Comments

  1. Amy Dunn wrote:

    Thank you for giving me some options and explaining them. I suffer from acne and have been thinking about getting one for a while now!

    Posted 4.17.18 Reply
    • Adriana wrote:

      I’m so glad you found this helpful

      Posted 4.18.18 Reply
  2. GiGi Eats wrote:

    I don’t do these kinds of brushes. They are wayyyyy too harsh on my face. But I have become quite the exfoliator! Never thought I would – I used to POO POO it, however, um, it’s so great!

    Posted 4.17.18 Reply
    • Adriana wrote:

      oh no, sorry to hear that. I know some of the brushes are great for sensitive skin.

      Posted 4.18.18 Reply
  3. Patricia wrote:

    I have the Acne Free one and LOVE it! I see everyone talking about the Clarisonic on YouTube and have been debating on getting one to see the comparison, however you just saved me the $150 hefty price tag! Thank you!

    Posted 4.17.18 Reply
    • Adriana wrote:

      I am all about saving money!! So glad this post helped you 🙂

      Posted 4.18.18 Reply
  4. Kristy Bullard wrote:

    These are some great suggestions! I’ve been looking into getting one of these for myself and for my daughter.

    Posted 4.17.18 Reply
    • Adriana wrote:

      yay! I am glad this has helped

      Posted 4.18.18 Reply
  5. Lauren Ashley wrote:

    Oh wow, I love Prox by Olay. I’ve been using this since then and I must say that it is so helpful. It has a great result on my face.

    Posted 4.17.18 Reply
    • Adriana wrote:

      I love that one too. Its so small and perfect for traveling

      Posted 4.18.18 Reply
  6. I’ve heard really great things about the Clinique version! My friend uses it every day and he swears by it. 🙂

    Posted 4.17.18 Reply
  7. I’ve heard so much about these cleansing brushes but I’ve never given them a try! I think it’s about time I did. Thanks for sharing the different kinds available and for telling us something about each one.

    Posted 4.17.18 Reply
    • Adriana wrote:

      Anytime. I am so glad you found this helpful

      Posted 4.18.18 Reply
  8. Akamatra wrote:

    You just made me reconsider my morning routine and want to buy the Olay brush. I think it will help with my skin.

    Posted 4.18.18 Reply
    • Adriana wrote:

      I love my olay brush as well

      Posted 4.18.18 Reply
  9. I use one from Human Heart Nature, a local eco-friendly brand here in the Philippines. Plus it’s waaay cheaper than Clarisonic’s. 🙂

    Posted 4.18.18 Reply
    • Adriana wrote:

      Nice! I have to look into these

      Posted 4.18.18 Reply
  10. I have to admit I keep wondering about getting something like a Clarisonic, it is good to know there are dupes out there that a little more pocket friendly.

    Posted 4.18.18 Reply
    • Adriana wrote:

      These are certainly more pocket friendly

      Posted 4.18.18 Reply
  11. Kristi Ann wrote:

    These are some really great product recommendations. My skin could definitely use some of these!

    Posted 4.18.18 Reply
  12. I love using a good face scrubber. My pores are pretty big.

    Posted 4.18.18 Reply
    • Adriana wrote:

      I love the way my skin feels after using it

      Posted 4.18.18 Reply
  13. I have been trying to find a good way to clean my face. I should check some of these out for sure.

    Posted 4.18.18 Reply
    • Adriana wrote:

      You’d be surprised what we dont get off our skin!

      Posted 4.18.18 Reply
  14. Rachel wrote:

    I don’t use a brush but I feel like I should. I have gotten the olay one but my daughter started cleaning the sides of the tub with it so that was kind of gross. I want to try the manual one.

    Posted 4.18.18 Reply
  15. Pat wrote:

    I don’t use a face brush to wash my face. I actually use olive oil as a cleanser. it helps dry skin.

    Posted 4.18.18 Reply
    • Adriana wrote:

      awesome! I love olive oil for my skin as well

      Posted 4.18.18 Reply
  16. Shahla wrote:

    I have had my Clarisonic for a decade! I need to check these others out!

    Posted 4.18.18 Reply
    • Adriana wrote:

      oh wow! They are super long lasting

      Posted 4.18.18 Reply
  17. Preet wrote:

    I love my Clarisonic, glad to know the dupes list. The clinique one sounds good, I will check it out, I hope it is okay for sensitive skin.

    Posted 4.18.18 Reply
  18. Sela wrote:

    These all look like great brushes. I will have to pick up one to add to my routine.

    Posted 4.18.18 Reply
    • Adriana wrote:

      yay! I think you will really love it

      Posted 4.18.18 Reply
  19. Geraline Batarra wrote:

    Such a nice post and thank you for giving us some options for facial cleansing brush and it looks like all are great brushes.

    Posted 4.19.18 Reply
  20. I need a new facial cleansing brush. I caught Abby using it on her feet with my last brush head. That girl, lol. I haven’t tried the olay one yet.

    Posted 4.19.18 Reply
  21. Garf wrote:

    I have a brush similar to this. It was not Clarisonic but I love it. I used it 3 times a week.

    Posted 4.19.18 Reply
  22. Love my Clarisonic – but the replacement brushes can be expensive. Thanks so much for finding these great dupes!

    Posted 4.19.18 Reply
  23. Jennifer L wrote:

    Oh great alternatives to the clarisonic. I actually have a clarisonic but have been really wanting to try the Olay one cause I hear great things. Plus its a lot cheaper than a clarisonic.

    Posted 4.20.18 Reply
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    Posted 11.29.18 Reply
  25. Diana Tidswell wrote:

    Oh that’s cute, great idea. I wonder what would be mine for Christmas. A pairing shirt with my son, maybe.

    Posted 11.30.18 Reply
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