Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Clear up with Clarisonic

Clarisonic Review
by Harvind Japra
Are face scrubs and exfoliators just not cutting it? And even if you think they are, your results would be magnified with the Clarisonic. This device is not over a hundred dollars for no reason, many people are hesitant when buying the face brush mostly because of it’s price, but it’s well worth it.

This face brush is bound to last at least 4 years if not more, and each day it’s priceless to be able to clean out your pores of all the filth and dirt that gets collected in them.

When visiting even a local salon getting even one of these cleansing facials, it can cost about 40 dollars. Most people either can’t afford to spend $40 a day and those who can most likely don’t have the time.

The Mia 3 or any of the other face brushes by Clarisonic are definitely a good place to invest your money. The amount of time and money saved makes up for the initial cost in just the first couple of weeks. The attachable brush heads are really simple to use and the original face brush comes with the Clarisonic itself. It’s recommended that you buy a new brush head every 3-4 months for the best results.   

It’s truly a revolutionary product, although there’s not too big of a difference between the latest clarisonic and the first one, it does have different speed settings. The Mia 3 comes with 3 different settings (slow, normal, fast), and according to how the client’s skin is looking or feeling that day they would set the speed accordingly. The slow is recommended for more delicate skin that gently cleans the pores without totally stripping the face, Normal is recommended for a more harshers cleaning, and the last setting is usually to take off a facefull of makeup. One use truly takes out everything from your skin.

Depending on your skin type, there various different brushes available including acne prone skin, delicate skin, etc. The way that the clarisonic works is that it gives you 20 seconds for the forehead, 20 seconds for the nose and chin, and lastly 10 seconds for either cheek. Every time you have to move to different part of your face the brush will keep informing you to move on.

Not only is the brush easy to use, but it is also very safe. The Clarisonic vibrates as it cleans out the pores to shake out all of the dirt from underneath the skin. People may also use it to help to remove dead skin or just to deep cleanse.

When charging the clarisonic you simply attach the magnetic charger to the handle of the brush and it does the job for you. This ensures no electrocuting because there’s no opening for the water to get inside of the device. The product is available at any Sephora, Macys, or Ulta and it is also available online.

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