A novel fluorescent makeup methodology used to measure the cleansing efficacy of a sonic skin care brush

        Objective: Makeup can be difficult to remove from the skin, particularly in facial folds, wrinkles, facial pores, and acne scars. A sonic skin care brush (SB) designed for facial cleansing was compared to manual cleansing (MC) for makeup removal.
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