How do I know which skin type I have?
One method you can use is the blotting sheet. Gently pat a blotting paper on the different areas of your face. Hold the sheet up to the light to determine how much oil is visible. If the sheet picked up little to no oil, you most likely have dry skin. If the blotting sheet reveals oil from your forehead and nose areas, your skin is normal/combination. Finally, if the blotting paper is saturated with oil, it is likely you have oily skin. For more insight, you can view our TreatMe100 Skin Test chart on our Home page.
What cleansing systems are these brush heads compatible with?
What should I wash my skin with along with the facial brush?
How safe is the facial brush head on my skin?
Can I switch brush heads from day to night?
Yes, it is safe to alternate brush heads based on your skin needs.
Do I remove my makeup before using the cleansing brush?
You can use eye makeup remover or a facial wipe prior to washing your face with a cleansing brush, which could help get the surface makeup off without wasting the cleanser.
How do I replace the facial brush?
To remove the brush head:
1) Grip the brush head firmly, then push and twist it counter-clockwise.
2) Pull the brush head away from the handle.
To attach the brush head:
1) Push down and twist the head clockwise until it snaps into place.
Tip: Use the brush head cap to easily remove and attach the brush head with a simple twist. For best results, replace your brush head every 2-3 months.