This last weekend I found a $5 off coupon towards any Olay Pro X item so I decided to bite the bullet and purchase it after months of debating. I found mine at Wal-Mart for $29.99 but I've heard you can order it from amazon for around $20 and free shipping if you're an amazon prime member. It's also on SALE at Ulta right now for $25.99 ( I wish I knew this earlier today)
These are the details the website offers about the Olay Pro X brush:
Is it time to rethink your daily cleansing routine? Designed by a team of dermatologists along with Olay, the Advanced Cleansing System is as effective as a system sold by skin professionals for nearly $200. Professionally and clinically designed to cleanse 6 times better, the Pro-X Advanced Cleansing System also sets your skin up for supersonic anti-aging moisturization.
4 professionally designed features:
2-speed facial cleansing brush
Enough about the details, let's find out how I felt about it....
I read the directions thoroughly, which were just a few steps that were printed on the back of the box, no type of formal directions included.
They basically said to wet your face, wet the brush, and then use it.
I did so and also squirted some of the soap that was included into the bristles and worked it into my face with the brush on full speed for 60 seconds like the box said.
I now realize that I SHOULD'VE, but didn't, remove most of my face make-up first... SOOO due to my mistake, I had to rinse the brush off multiple times to rinse off the foundation that was coming off onto the brush.
Although I made that mistake, the results were fantastic. The bristles were really soft but VERY exfoliating. I can't compare this to the Clarisonic because I've never owned one, but this was a very efficient way to cleanse your face. I felt as though all my make-up was definitely removed and my face felt very bare and clean.
After the wash I then used my regular astringent and hardly any make up was left behind.
Over all I think this is a GREAT investment if you're looking for a deeper clean in your skin care regiment. I'd say spend the 30 bucks for this before you invest in the Clarisonic and see if this new addition in your night time routine is worth shelling out $200, at least, for one with more bells and whistles.
In my opinion, if I continue to like the results I gain from this product at some point I may purchase the Clarisonic but for now, I am completely happy with my Olay Pro X brush.