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Thursday, January 5, 2012

Review: Clarisonic MIA

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Product name: Clarisonic Mia
Purchased at: Sephora stores or sephora.com
Product price: $119

Product claims: From the creators of the Sonicare® toothbrush comes the Clarisonic® Mia set, featuring the handy to-go sized version of the original, groundbreaking Clarisonic Brush. Sonic technology first changed the way we clean our teeth, now it's changing how we cleanse our skin. The sonic frequency moves Clarisonic's soft, gentle brush back and forth at more than 300 times per second, thoroughly clearing pores and skin surface. Clarisonic should be used as part of a daily skincare regimen to provide smoother feeling and looking skin. It is ideal for all skin types, and used and recommended by leading dermatologists and cosmetic surgeons.

- Removes makeup six times better than traditional methods.
- Clears pores and reduces the appearance of pore size.
- Cleanses so thoroughly that skincare products absorb better.
- Creates noticeably healthier looking skin.

Would I re-purchase? Yes.

Final thoughts: If you don't own a Clarisonic then you better hurry up & jump on the bandwagon. This was probably my favorite purchase of 2011. I don't think I could ever go a day without using it. It's that good! I've notice my skin is much more radiant with daily use of the Clarisonic. I also have acne prone skin & so far my breakouts have decreased drastically. I used to break out along my jawline & since using the Clarisonic my skin has been clear! I will get occasional breakouts but they're minor. One will pop up once in a great while but that's better than having constant breakouts. My skin is also not as oily as it used to be. I just feel like my skin is balanced & healthy.

I love how it's waterproof. I use mine in the shower all the time. I also love how you can use the Clarisonic with any cleanser you wish, preferably one that doesn't have beads. It's gentle enough for everyday use (I use mine in the morning & night), and the way it charges is cool LOL. It's magnetic!

I like to remove my makeup with makeup remover & makeup wipes. I usually wipe off all my makeup till the wipe is completely clean. Then I take my Fresh Soy Face Cleanser which is an all natural cleanser that's extra gentle for the eyes & face and removes all traces of makeup, I put some on my Clarisonic & watch that baby remove a bunch of makeup that my wipes couldn't remove. You'd be surprised to see what's on my brush after I'm done cleansing my face. It's a bit disgusting if you asked me. The Clarisonic definitely removes makeup, dirt & impurities more than your traditional methods.

So the next time you think your face is clean, think again. You'll know what clean is once you get your hands on a Clarisonic.

*You can find Fresh Soy Face Cleanser at any Sephora store. Retail price: 50ml $15 | 150ml $38


Phoebe Limanta said...

Thanks for the review hun! I love how the Clarisonic Mia looks but it's just a little bit expensive here in Australia! Maybe when I got overseas I may purchase it! :)

Elba said...

I'm glad you love it!! I loooove mine!

Eugenia said...

I just got my pink clarisonic mia for christmas and i LOVE it!!

Jessy said...

i have yet to jump on the Clarisonic wagon...i do want to try it though, but i always end up buying other stuff when im at sephoras...im glad it works well for you


Popblush said...

The Mia seems like such a good investment. Thank you for the review!

Lisa said...

Phoebe: The Clarisonic is amazing! You should definitely invest in one when you get to the states. You will not regret it.

Terressa said...

This is good to know. I have tried everything from Burts Bees but way to oily. I’ve tried every product too at whole foods almost. I do the at home facial with the Riiviva Microdermabrasion tool for my acne scarring and it’s terrific. Its here at http://www.riiviva.com.
Do you have any recommendations as to what avenue to take for mositurizing with out all the oily residue that happens when I use oils. Thanks