Clarisonic Review

Clarisonic is a skincare product available through various beauty retailers, or online through Amazon and Clarisonic.co.uk. Clarisonic claims to cleanse and clean the skin better than routine techniques, removing dry skin effectively and better prepares the skin to absorb other skincare products, providing customers with a natural glow after a few weeks of use.

How does it work?

According to Clarisonic's website, typical cleaning can often leave dirt and oil trapped in pores. A build up could eventually damage the appearance of your skin, making it look dull and reduce the effect of other skincare products.

Clarisonic's technology uses sonic frequencies to create over 300 tiny movements per second, result in a gentle cleaning of the skin. The Clarisonic device can be used up to twice a day for two minutes each time, but is recommended to be used twice a day for one minute to experience the full benefits.

Skin Benefits and Models

Clarisonic is suggested to:

  • Cleanse the skin better than typical cleaning, which includes removing oils, dead skin or dry skin, and dirt easily;
  • Allow the improved absorption of Vitamin C after use and allows other skin products to easily penetrate the skin;
  • Reduce the appearance of visible pores;
  • Improve gentle skin complexion after frequent use;
  • Make the user's skin feel healthier after requent use.

Currently, there are three main types of Clarisonic products available: Clarisonic Classic, Clarisonic Plus and Clarisonic Mia. Clarisonic Mia is the latest model, providing several intensity settings and a complimentary travel case.

Customer Reviews

General comments about Clarisonic is that the brushing motion is very gentle, but customers can physically feel that their skin is being cleaned thoroughly.

Customer reported feeling an enormous difference in the smoothness after a few days of use, which also caused the application of make up to be much smoother.

Over 70% of customers from various online review sites have stated that they felt their other skin products did penetrate deeper, as Clarisonic states in its adverts.

Prices and Buying Tips

It seems, from good customer reviews, that Clarisonic is a good product that does exactly what is says on the box. You can purchase the product online, from beauty retailers (such as Boots and Superdrug) or direct through the Clarisonic website. Clarisonic retails from £80 to £120, depending on the model type and where you buy from.

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