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[Winners] Clinique Men's Sonic System Brush (YMMV)

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May 12, 2017
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[Winners] Clinique Men's Sonic System Brush (YMMV)

Was just picking up a few gifts and found 3 Clinique For Men Sonic System Brushes for $39.99. These currently retail for $111.00 at Hudson's Bay and Shoppers. These were at the Dougall Winners in Windsor (ON). There is really no major differences between the mens and women's version, except the color (I believe the brush heads on the mens model may be a little more stiffer than the women's). Great price considering the replacement brush head are $34.00.
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Jun 10, 2015
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They had one at the Marshall's located at Keele and Major Mackenzie yesterday. Not sure if it's still there
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Oct 24, 2010
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Mississauga
I've washed my face with my hands and some soap and water for the last almost 50 years and it's worked quite well. Minimal zits, no blackheads. Some face cream after and still have minimal wrinkles. What does this brush do differently? Is it meant for problem skin?
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Dec 21, 2013
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geetar1101 wrote:
Nov 11th, 2017 9:47 am
I've washed my face with my hands and some soap and water for the last almost 50 years and it's worked quite well. Minimal zits, no blackheads. Some face cream after and still have minimal wrinkles. What does this brush do differently? Is it meant for problem skin?
https://www.clinique.com/product/1611/3 ... sing-Brush
Clinique For Men™ Sonic System Deep Cleansing Brush
Dermatologist-developed for men's skin. Purifying brush head with charcoal grey bristles cleans more effectively than hand-washing alone.

Gently yet efficiently cleanses to remove dirt and oil to help keep skin clear.
Two bristle types go easy on cheeks, firm on forehead, chin, nose.
Preps for a comfortable shave.
Gentle sonic action helps skin look energized, vital.
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Real men don't use this crap
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BritishColumbian wrote:
Nov 11th, 2017 3:59 am
A stiffer brush is a bad brush. Women's is the way to go.
Buy this, and use another Clinique replacement head and you're still ahead of the game.

Great find OP!
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Jul 31, 2017
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I want to see what people's skin looks like after using this for ten years, especially after having a normal diet (which isn't very healthy), it'll probably look like hell.
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Dec 8, 2006
305 posts
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Scarborough
My grandfather used a bristle brush, straight edge for shaving and Noxema ( It BURNS!!!!) to wash his face. at 98 no wrinkles.
Drank like a fish, smoked like a chimney.
Skin is the biggest YMMV out there. Allergies, allergens in products, pollution, water intake........etc etc etc
Newbie
Nov 12, 2017
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Picked up one in winners recently and it turns out the brush didn't charge at all.
Newbie
Aug 29, 2005
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I picked one up in Toronto (Yonge/College) and mine also didn't charge. This model isn't the USB version and I'm guessing the batteries are really old and will no longer hold a charge
Newbie
Mar 1, 2016
30 posts
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Got one and mine was faulty too. Theres a reason why Winners sells is for cheaper than the retail store.
[OP]
Newbie
May 12, 2017
3 posts
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I feel bad for posting such an awful deal.

The price is great, especially if you’re in the market for one. Today I went back picked up the women’s version that I found at Winners and tested it out after reading all the issues everyone was having. So far, it seems to be working well.

They still sell them at Hudson’s Bay, but not at $39.99. But I’m not sure if these were. Bad batch that were shipped out and clearanced or if they’re all defective.

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