I have recently reintroduced the ‘Clarisonic Mia’ to my skincare regime – it fell to the wayside for a few months whilst I was travelling and away from home – and my skin definitely became more congested.
Allegedly manually cleansing the skin isn’t wholly effective. If you can’t justify buying a Clarisonic, but feel your skin isn’t clean enough after one cleanse, then cleanse again – double cleansing is very beneficial – even if you don’t wear make up.
The Clarisonic cleanses the skin 6 times more effectively than by cleansing with your hands alone. It uses a sonic frequency of more than 300 movements per second. Products, such as serums and moisturisers, are more effectively absorbed because the skin is prepped. Circulation is also increased.
A Clarisonic is definitely an investment – but I’m not a fan of cheaper cleansing brushes that I’ve tried – nothing compares to the Clarisonic.
Apply cleanser as usual – a wash off cleanser such as Dermalogica’s Special Cleansing Gel works best in my opinion alongside a cleansing brush – use the Clarisonic all over the face and neck until it switches itself off, and then rinse as normal. The Clarisonic is waterproof so can be used in the shower.
Currently 25% off at FeelUnique.com whilst their summer sale lasts. It’s unusual for the Clarisonic to be reduced so if you have been looking for a good time to buy one – the time has come!
The Clarisonic Mia 2 usually retails at £125.00 and is currently £93.75. The replacement heads for the brush are also reduced – I use sensitive.
To buy – http://www.feelunique.com/clarisonic (free worldwide delivery)
Tip – If your skin breaks out in the first two weeks of using the Clarisonic Cleansing Brush, don’t worry as everything is being pushed to the surface, keep using it – once, not twice a day.