Olay Pro-X Advanced Cleansing System 0.68 Fl Oz, 1-Count
Take your facial cleansing routine to a whole new level a professional level. Olay Pro-X Advanced Cleansing System works 6x better than basic cleansing. Designed by a team of Olay scientists and leading dermatologists, its results have been proven to be as effective as a system sold by skin professionals for nearly $200. The 2-speed rotating facial cleansing brush delivers Olay Professional Pro-X Exfoliating Renewal Cleanser to your skin, a lathering micro-bead formula that thoroughly cleans as it gently exfoliates. Just massage it into your skin and let the power of the Facial Cleansing Brush go to work. Each rotation gently clears away make-up, oil and dirt, leaving your face clean, exfoliated and primed for hydration. With 2 speeds, you control how it treats your skin. Plus, it's water resistant, making it perfect for use in the shower. Your skin will feel smooth, refreshed, and refined. Proven results. Professional design. That's Olay Pro-X.
2-speed rotating facial cleansing brush delivers daily deep cleansing and gentle exfoliation for professional-level results at home
Olay Professional Pro-X Exfoliating Renewal Cleanser purifies and renews your skin's texture for a refreshed, smooth feel
Advanced Cleansing System is as effective as a system sold by skin professionals for nearly $200
Water-resistant for use in the shower
Kit includes 2-speed Facial Cleansing Brush, Cleansing Brush Head, Exfoliating Renewal Cleanser (0.68 fl. oz.) and 2 AA Duracell batteries
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2943 of 3013 found the following review helpful:
Clarisonic vs. Olay Pro-X - an excellent value!Jan 27, 2011
By K Sprite I know you are wondering if a $28 item can compare at all to something that cost nearly ten times the price. The answer is YES! I have the Clarisonic Pro - which is the top of the line for their model, so before you spend the money on both, I'll do a side by side comparison for you. Mind you, I am VERY happy with my Clairsonic. Even knowing that this I am happy I made the purchase for both of them, since they are fairly different. Here's why:
Size: The Olay Pro-X is about half the size of the Clarisonic. This is actually better in many ways. It is easier to hold, lightweight, it fits in my shower caddy easily without dropping, you can travel with it very easily. I think this is my favorite part about the differences. It also makes the brush head much smaller, which has a different effect. Of course, the motor is at least half the size as well, and this effects how this feels. I can't actually say it is better or worse than the Clarisonic, it's just different. It is like getting a Sweedish massage (Olay) as opposed to a deep tissue massage (Clarisonic).
Cleansing Products: The Olay cleansing formula has tiny granules and is exfoliating. The Clarisonic cleansers are gels and the specifically say that you cannot use exfoliating cleansers with granules on theirs - most likely because the motor is stronger and it will scratch your skin. I really liked the way my skin felt after using the Olay product. I felt sparkling clean and my skin was shining.
Versatility: This is where I love my Clarisonic more. Since I bought the pro, I can use it on my body, and have different size brush heads and change the timing. Is it worth 10x more the price? Not necessarily. The Olay Pro-X has two speeds, you don't really need more than that. But I do love having the option of using the full body brush on the Clarisonic. Also, there is slightly more control with the Clarisonic since it is sturdier, the ProX does slide a bit, though not excessively so. You can still maintain some control with the Por-X though not as much.
Charging: The Pro-X uses two double-A batteries that it comes with. It was a bear to take the battery case off, but once I did it was fine, and it doesn't need recharging that often. I use the best batteries in the world, eneloopSanyo Eneloop 8 Pack AA NiMH Pre-Charged Rechargeable Batteriesand I'm good to go for several weeks. The Clarisonic has a charging holder that you plug into the wall, you don't need to change the batteries, but you do need to find a place in your home to park it for an hour or so every week. I prefer having the double A rechargeable option of the Olay. It also makes it so much easier to travel with.
Please note: It is not that easy to figure out how to install the batteries, and there are no instructions. You might not want to pull open the wrong part of your product for fear of breaking it. I had to call the company to figure it out, and I've had a couple of people email me to ask me, so here goes: Hold the product with your right hand by the top/sides of the handle with the brush head facing down. Keep holding firmly with your right hand, while with your left you pull the handle away from you. The top part of the handle comes off to load the batteries.
The bottom line: I think the Olay Pro-X is a steal. If you are on the fence about which to buy this or the Clarisonic, and you only need it for your face and not your body, you will probably be better off saving your money and going with this! Personally, I am glad I have both. This is definitely worth the investment!
415 of 436 found the following review helpful:
Excellent - I use their cleanser, but a different creamJul 19, 2013
By wheatchex I was giving a spa treatment as a gift, and I had a professional use a "top of the line" cleanser on my face. My face was so clear, bright and soft after, I wanted to be able to do this at home. I looked at models similar to what the spa used, but $200? No way I can afford that. Then I found this system, and for something under $25, this does a job almost equal to the treatment in the spa. As I get a little more proficient at working it, I think my results will be better, just as good as my spa treatment (although the spa has wonderful tea, and the bathrobes are to die for!) For the price, you can't beat it. You won't find anything better at a better price, and yes, you will get results like you would get at a fancy spa.
One note - don't "grind" it into your face. It doesn't make it work better, just go easily over your face and you will have the best results. It's meant to exfoliate the top layer(s) of your skin, so pressing down on it as you go over your face will not do any more for your skin. It will also leave your skin a little dry, so make sure you apply a good moisturizer. I use the Olay cleanser, but I use a different cream Bel Essence Anti Aging Treatment - Intensive All Natural Anti-Wrinkle, Facial Lift Skin Care Formula - 1.5oz, because it's all natural and the effect on my skin is incredible. My skin is softer, smoother, and the fine lines around my eyes and lips are gone. This pro really cleans my skin and exfoliates it really well too. Then when I add the cream, my face just glows. I feel like I have taken 10 years of living off my face after using it, and then with the Bel Essence, my skin is even softer, smoother and firmer.
389 of 454 found the following review helpful:
AmazingJan 04, 2011
By AnneP I was looking for something like this but I didn't want to spend $200 on the other brand when I wasn't sure it would work. For $30 I can take a bit of a chance. I have been using this brush since Christmas Eve and I am amazed at how much better my skin looks. At 56, zits and clogged pores that just dodn't want to go away are pretty much on the mend. Imbedded black heads have disappeared. I wouldn't use this more than once a day because it tends to dry out my skin. Hydrate after you use this. In short, I'm really glad I bought this cleaning system. A little instruction about how often to change the brush head would be nice, but I can live without it.
36 of 42 found the following review helpful:
Clarisonic Mia v. Pro-XApr 26, 2011
By D. Leverett I bought the Clarisonic Mia and was using it for about 2 months when I started looking for something more effective. I was using it as an exfoliator, and while it was cleaning and exfoliating my face, it wasn't leaving my skin as smooth and blemish-free as I had imagined it would for having paid $149, so I had decided to trade the Mia in for the Clarisonic Plus ($225), hoping that having one with 3 speeds would give me the skin I wanted. That's when I found out about the Pro-X, so before dropping another $75 dollars into a better Clarisonic I gave the Pro-x a try. I am amazed! On the first use I found my skin to be 10x softer and smoother than before. I was soo impressed that I immediately returned my Clarisonic. The Pro-x is battery operated, but I've been using it 2x a day for over a month and have not had to change them yet, as opposed to the Mia which had to be charged every 10 days. I use my Pro-x in the shower, but am a little more careful not to leave it under the water stream as much as I would with the Clarisonic. Also, while the Pro-x brush rotates it doesn't have the outer vibrating bristles that the Mia has, which I don't think makes a difference except it makes the Mia brush head a bit bigger than the Pro-x, but to make my Pro-x really effective sometimes I will move it in a circular motion in the opposite direction than the brush head is rotating. All in all, if you're looking for something that cleanses and exfoliates your face very effectively, then Pro-x is for you. I found it to be better than the Mia at a fraction of the cost.
435 of 553 found the following review helpful:
Get the ClarisonicFeb 20, 2011
By Shane O. Laake
I am a regular user of the CLARISONIC Skin Care System 1 ea, so I may be a little biased, but the people who think this is comparable may not have used the other brush. If you are comparing in cost, it is about 20% comparable for about 15% of the cost. The motion of the brush head is different- this one rotates and the Clarisonic uses a sonic pulse. You have to replace the brush heads in both, and the Olay ones are about half the price of the Clarisonic. With this brush, it seems easy to tear my face up, and with the Clarisonic it seems nearly impossible. I can use my Clarisonic brush on a daily basis, but I don't feel comfortable using this one more than a few times a week if I was using it regularly. I also found it surprising that they recommend you use it (it actually comes with it) with an abrasive face wash, when my Clarisonic specifically tells you NOT to use it with abrasive cleansers. I'm kind of cringing at the idea of gradually tearing my face up with the abrasive cleanser and the brush.. not a pretty picture! I guess if you don't have sensitive skin and really need some serious exfoliation its OK?? Waterproofing- It has a gasket on the inside that makes it hard to replace the batteries, and over repeated battery replacements you would kill the gasket. The more expensive brand uses inductance to recharge, so it will never get water on the inside. I think this gasket would probably last you a year if you use the brush on a daily basis and replace the batteries regularly. I've been using my other brush for 2 years. Also, I feel I need to mention it was pretty tough for me to figure out how to replace the batteries. They have about a sentence on it, and it doesn't do justice to what a pain it really is, which is why I think this little gasket will actually wear out from the pressure fit. I Actually think this brush is better to use on my body than my face because its pretty abrasive compared to my Clarisonic. I'm planning to keep it just for that. All in all, I think you get what you pay for. If you are willing to make an investment and think a brush for your face is something worth springing for, go for the more expensive brand.
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