The Facial cleansing brushes remove dirt and makeup, and also gives a gentle exfoliation buffing off rough dead skin cells. The brush is making the skin softer and keeps the pores clean, and that help your skin better absorb your skincare product. Use the brush wet with your facial cleansing lotion to remove makeup. Use very light and gentle circular motions, avoiding the eye and mouth. At the first uses the brush might feel harsh to the skin but that will easy after a while when the skin gets use to the massage. Start to clean less sensitive areas like the forehead, chin and nose. Rinse the brush in lukewarm water while use so it softens you might also add a bit more facial cleanser.
If you have skin problems, consult your skin care therapist or dermatologist before using the brush.
Rinse the brush after use and let it dry on the bristles to avoid the water flowing through the wood. Clean the brush by putting a small amount of your cleansing cream, mild shampoo or soap in your palm and circulate the brush, then rinse and let dry.
If the wood in the brush starts to feel dry you can oil it with boiled cold pressed linseed oil, or some other oil suitable for wood.