Soniclear Cleansing Brush Review

Soniclear Overview

There are numerous facial cleansing brushes on the market now, and it’s often tough to decide which one is right for you. With the various brushes you may have tried, have you ever worried about germs and keeping them clean? Put those worries to rest with the Soniclear Cleansing Brush, the world’s first antimicrobial sonic skin cleansing system, from Michael Todd. Even though it’s a powerful cleansing tool, Soniclear is also gentle enough for sensitive skin. It will remove makeup 6x better and cleanse 2x better than with hands alone. Using a sonic cleansing brush can also improve your skin tone, reduce breakouts, assist with absorption of skin care products and result in better overall cleansing.

Soniclear vs Clarisonic

Soniclear Vs Clarisonic

I was lucky enough to test drive a complimentary Soniclear cleansing brush and have already noticed a difference just a week in! I was using a cheap store brand brush before, but had not been using it as much lately as it felt harsh on my skin. Soniclear feels like it’s cleaning my skin effectively but it doesn’t hurt or scratch my skin in any way. It’s extremely gentle and has 6 different speeds to customize your experience for your skin. It fits nicely in your hand with a non-slip grip and also comes with a separate body cleansing brush! Many of you may wonder how Soniclear compares to the popular Clarisonic line of brushes, and I can safely say it’s definitely more bang for your buck! Here are some key differences between Soniclear and Clarisonic PLUS, the most high-end Clarisonic brush available:

  • Cost – Soniclear retails for just $150 versus $225 for the Clarisonic PLUS.
  • Antimicrobial brushes – Soniclear includes antimicrobial brushes to inhibit bacterial growth, Clarisonic does not offer this on any of its models, including PLUS.
  • Speeds – Soniclear has 6 different speeds versus 5 with the Clarisonic PLUS
  • Rechargeable battery life – Soniclear Cleansing Brush has a 35 min battery life versus 30 with Clarisonic PLUS.

So, as you can see, Soniclear is the clear winner in the Soniclear vs Clarisonic battle! The Soniclear Cleansing Brush can be purchased on Amazon, keep an eye out for deals!


  • Lisa May 19, 2014 at 5:32 pm

    I have a clarisonic mia, but maybe I should give this a try! Where do you buy replacement brushes and how do the cost of these replacement brushes compare to the clarisonic brushes?


    • Stylishly Social May 19, 2014 at 5:42 pm

      You just reminded me of another benefit I didn’t mention, cheaper replacement brush heads! 🙂

  • Brittani June 6, 2014 at 6:44 am

    Oh my gosh this is such a great deal! Thank you for posting this, i’m so excited to get mine in the mail.

    • Stylishly Social June 6, 2014 at 6:56 am

      Let me know what you think after you use it! I’m sure you’ll love it too! 🙂

  • Clara March 14, 2015 at 11:46 pm

    I have very sensitive skin. Is the clarisonic or the soniclear more gentle?

    • Stylishly Social March 15, 2015 at 8:17 am

      Hi Clara, great question! Both brushes are suitable for sensitive skin, however you may want to start out slow and just use the brush every couple of days at first. If you see a derm, it might even be worth asking her/him about a schedule to begin with. Thanks for stopping by!


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