Review & Giveaway – Philips VisaPure Facial Cleansing Brush


With the weather really starting to heat up here in Australia cleansing really becomes important.

I have of course heard about the cleansing brushes that had been popping up everywhere for the last few years. I had always meant to pick one up but hadn’t settled on a specific one yet.

In swoops Philips to the rescue! I was delighted to be offered the chance to try their new facial cleansing brush the VisaPure.

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What is the VisaPure?

Philips VisaPure brings a new face care technology that will take your daily cleansing routine to the next level without extra effort. A gentle way of leaving your skin clean, soft and radiant. – Philips Website


  • A vibrating and rotating head that cleanses the skin approximately 10x more than hand cleansing.
  • A gentle and deep cleansing function.
  • A set timer so you know when to move from each section. No counting and all done in 1 minute.
  • Comes with a stand to charge it and holds a full charge for up to 30mins.
  • Wide range of interchangeable brush heads.
  • Waterproof so you can use it in the shower.


Box Back

Box Back

Box Sides

Box Sides

The pack I received came with 2 brush heads



I have really sensitive dry skin so I skipped the normal brush head and went straight to the sensitive head.

There are a range of other brush heads available and I’m planning on picking up the super sensitive brush head for winter when skin naturally becomes dryer.

090D-Visapure-brushIt also comes with an upright stand


The handle looks odd at first but actually fits really nicely into my hand.


Final Thoughts

I love it, my skin loves it and its so easy to use.

I did try using the normal head but even on gentle much skin felt a bit sensitive.

I use it in the shower while my conditioner soaks in. Although you can use it twice a day I only use it once as such I have only had to charge the unit once since I got it. After first charge of course.

The VisaPure pauses every 20’s to signal for you to move to the next part of your face. I found this pause to be almost to quick at first I thought maybe I had pressed it to hard against my face.

The only other dislike I had with the product is the stand. It fits in nicely but doesn’t latch on, it just rests there. It wobbles if knocked and I can see it easily getting knocked out by small children or clumsy people. So put it in a secure place like a cupboard or on a desk.

Overall I really do love it. Its has its own spot on my shower caddy now. I haven’t tried any other brands but I was a little scared about buying one due to sensitive skin problem. The VisaPure is gentle but still makes me feel like my skin has been really cleaned.

Thank you so much to Philips for sending me the Visa Pure not only to review but also to give away to one lucky reader!

But don’t worry if you don’t win you can pick your own up at a Shaver Store near you for $199rrp.

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Item provided for review by Philips.

A views expressed are strictly my own.


  1. Thanks Steph, I’ve also been curious about the various powered brushy type facial cleansers but only had the old late night infomercials to go on. Love your reviews.

  2. Hi Steph! I’m yet to try a product like this but have seen such good results on others, so am a keen entrant! šŸ™‚

    I’d like to see some Skinfood reviews from you; I’ve had mixed experiences with the brand (but love their peach translucent powder!) so would be keen to see how you go with the brand. šŸ™‚

    Merry Xmas & Happy New Year to you xxx

  3. Jennifer Jones says:

    I have super sensitive skin too, so I was excited to read that you do and that it works well! šŸ™‚

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