Are you struggling with skin issues no matter how hard you are trying? Most people (especially females) like to have flawless skin, but since there is so much available on the market, choosing the right products or devices can be hard. There are certain beauty products and devices that often lead to premature aging, large pores, over-exfoliated skin, or acne breakouts, which is why individuals want a product or device that can give them perfect skin without causing anything bad.

In this case, the best option would be the PMD face brush.

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What is a PMD Face Brush Beauty Device?

PMD Beauty offers a range of smart beauty tools and skincare products. Although PMD Clean is probably PMD Beauty’s most popular and iconic product, the brand also offers microdermabrasion tools, lip plumping products and face masks.

The PMD Clean is a smart facial cleansing device. With over 7,000 vibrations per minute, our SonicGlow™ technology not only ensures a deep cleanse, but operates at a perfect frequency to lift, firm, and tone problem areas for a more youthful appearance.

Made from silicone and available in 6 different colours – such as rose gold, teal and black – PMD Clean has 4 different vibration modes: 2 for cleansing and 2 for anti-ageing. The front of the head is used for the 2 cleansing modes and the back of the head is used for the 2 anti-ageing modes. Additionally, the device is waterproof and powered by AA batteries for convenience.

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Some of the key benefits this smart facial cleansing device is supposed to deliver are:

  • Deep cleansing
  • Minimising the appearance of blackheads
  • Reducing oil congestion
  • Lifting, firming and toning the skin

PMD Design

The PMD facial brush is a one-upped version of the brand’s Clean Smart Facial Cleansing Device (which we named one of the best facial cleansing brushes for anti-aging). While the latter version has a ribbed massage feature on the back, the newer version kicks things up a notch. One side is an electric facial brush made from antibacterial silicone (that supposedly vibrates 7,000 times per minute to break down dirt and oil within the pores), and the other side features a large, flat rose quartz stone that heats up.

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Let me repeat that: It’s a crystal, and it heats up.

The device is available in three shades—blush with a rose gold finish, berry (a rich, burgundy hue) with a rose gold finish, and white with rose quartz accents. It's also waterproof, antibacterial, and doesn't require any additional brush heads or accessories. The handle is made from soft silicone that makes it easy to hold while you're cleansing your skin. Another important note: there is no timer like most other facial cleansers on the market, so you'll have to keep track of how long you're cleansing for yourself.

The Science

The idea behind the heated gemstone is to use it after applying your face serum and moisturizer of choice, gliding it gently over the skin (which supposedly helps the products to absorb better). I’m not sure about the exact science there, but what I can tell you is that it feels really, really good. It does make sense, though, that the heat would at least help increase blood flow to the skin—which results in a host of good things, including more oxygen to the skin’s surface and a nice glow.

Heat aside, crystals are supposedly able to offer vibrational healing properties, which according to some people, can help boost mood and health. Rose quartz, specifically, “is known for lifting our vibration to the pure energy of unconditional love,” herbalist Andrea Barone Sazwan previously said. And let’s not forget, flip the brush over and you’ve also got a vibrating facial brush that operates “at a perfect frequency to lift, firm, and tone the skin,” according to its product description page.

Rose quartz, specifically, is known for lifting our vibration to the pure energy of unconditional love.

How to Use PMD Face Brush

Using the PMD facial cleansing brush isn't complicated, but there are a few steps involved.

How to use PMD clean

  • First, make sure your face is slightly damp, and then apply your cleanser directly onto the brush.
  • Then, using cool to warm water, wet the head of the device and turn it on. There are two cleaning modes to choose from: Use 1 for a gentle vibration and 2 for something a little stronger, like if you need to remove a face full of makeup.
  • Take the brush and move it across your face using gentle, circular motions. You can repeat this process as long as you'd like. After you finish, rinse your face clean.
  • Next, turn the device to the rose quartz side and apply your favorite serum or moisturizer directly to the heated rose quartz stone. From there, you can choose either mode 3 or 4 to massage the product of your choice into the skin.

Since the device itself is antibacterial, you don't have to worry about complicated cleaning instructions. Simply rinse it with water and let air dry.

Battery Life of PMD Device

The facial brush boasts a battery life of about two to three weeks, depending on how much you use it. Charging the device is easy—just turn it over to find the charging port and plug in the provided charger. If your device is completely dead, it takes about three hours to charge.

PMD Results

So far, I’ve used it mostly as intended: After applying my toner, serum, eye cream, and moisturizer, I run the heated stone across my face for a few heavenly minutes every night and sometimes in the mornings to wake up my skin. I’ve also discovered that this little thing works wonders for stress-headaches (particularly on the temples). It's also nice to use the rose quartz side while wearing a sheet mask—I noticed my skin felt and looked noticeably more hydrated and dewy.

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PMD silicone face brush Value

Priced at $179, I think the PMD Clean Pro is a great value. Since you don't have to buy pricey replacement brush heads, the initial cost is a one-and-done deal. And other facial cleansing brushes cost about the same amount of money, but they're missing the most fun thing about this product—the heated rose quartz. That component alone takes it a step above other cleansing brushes on the market.

What I Love About the PMD Clean

The PMD Clean is a sonic cleaning device made of silicone. It has multiple speed options, and has a handle. There are no brush heads to replace. Instead, the silicone head of the device can easily be cleaned after use with soap and water. The PMD Clean does not come with a charger, but instead relies on a simple AAA battery.

PMD Clean uses sonic technology, and has four settings or speeds. The first two settings are for use when cleaning with the front of the device (the part with the small silicone bristles), and the third and fourth setting are to be used for applying serums with the back of the device (which is smoother). For the cleansing modes, the first speed is a gentle vibration and the second is a more intense vibration. The same is true of the third versus the fourth speed for the massage modes. PMD Clean’s website calls the cleansing speeds “vibrations,” while it refers to the massaging speeds as “pulsations.” There definitely is a difference in the way that the massage modes feel on your skin as compared to the cleansing modes.

I’m reviewing the PMD Clean, an electric sonic facial cleansing device that promises, according to its website, to not only provide a deep cleanse, but also to firm, lift and tone skin in order to create a “more youthful appearance.

The PMD Clean is Dermatologist Approved

 Why add an electric facial cleansing device to your beauty routine?

Have you considered adding a cleaning device like the PMD Clean to your beauty routine? Read further for my take on the comparison between the PMD Clean and the FOREO devices, and my overall review of PMD Clean.

You may remember that a while back I wrote about my Clarisonic Mia and my FOREO Luna Fofo devices. In that post, I compared the benefits of using the Clarisonic with the benefits of using a FOREO. Overall, I find that both of those devices have a place in my beauty routine. My Clarisonic is great for really deep cleaning one or two times per week, and I like the changeable brush heads. My FOREO is compact, gentle enough for every day, and seems to help me obtain smoother skin. As an update to the post about those two facial cleansing devices, I thought I would share my review of the PMD Clean as well.

There are many electric cleansing devices on the market. Some, like the Clarisonic, use a brush with bristles that moves with the pulses of the device to scrub your face clean. Others, like PMD Clean and FOREO, have small silicone bristles and use vibrations for a gentle exfoliation and cleanse. You can read more about the differences between these types in my previous post about Clarisonic versus Foreo.

These devices promise many benefits, from deep cleansing and exfoliation to reducing wrinkles. I personally have found that these types of cleansing devices help to remove impurities and build-up that can be left behind with regular washing. I struggle with a bit of uneven skin tone and texture, and find that incorporating a sonic facial cleansing device into my routine helps me have smoother and more even skin.

PMD Clean is very easy to use. It has a handle that makes it comfortable to hold and easy to maneuver over your face. There is a small button on the handle that turns the device on, and pressing this button repeatedly takes you through each of the four settings.

The PMD Clean is very gentle for my sensitive skin, and I can use it every single day without it becoming too abrasive or irritating. The massaging action while cleaning does feel very nice, and it does its cleaning job really well. I use a gentle cleanser with it like the Purifying Face Cleanser by TULA. I do wish that the cleanser would foam up more as I am using the PMD Clean, but that could very well be due to the cleanser and not the device itself. I don’t feel like the PMD exfoliates deeply (nor does it promise to), but I continue to use my Clarisonic occasionally for that purpose.

The PMD’s standout feature over other devices in my opinion is the built in function for the application of serums. The backside of the PMD Clean has a few ridges instead of all of the little silicone bristles. Using the back side of the PMD device and one of its two massage settings, the device glides over serum-covered skin with sonic vibrations that feel like a lovely facial massage. According to PMD,

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Is the PMD Clean PRO worth it?

Out of a panel of 30 women, 100% of women said their skin was softer after using the Personal Microderm, and 95% said they felt more confident in their skin after using this product. I can COMPLETELY attest to these results. I yelled at Matt to come feel how baby soft my skin was after my first treatment because I could not believe the results!

The PMD Clean PRO Smart Facial Cleansing Device comes with charging cord, a storage case, a one year warranty – see the latest pricing for the PMD Clean PRO on Amazon*.  While it’s more costly than the original, the upgrade incorporates the heating and Rose Quartz elements as well.  Which, if you had to purchase them all separately, would cost a great deal more.  I believe the PMD Clean PRO is a great investment, and I’m a firm believer in investing in my skin, which I wear every day.  To steal a phrase from another beauty company, I’m worth it.

PMD Face Brush Reviews: Is It Worth the Price?
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