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If you're not already a Clarisonic convert, you're missing out. Skeptical? Consider this: Using a sonic frequency to oscillate back and forth at a rate of more than 300 movements per second, the brush removes up to two times as much dirt and oil and up to six times as much makeup as cleansing with your hands. Youll notice clearer skin and smaller-looking pores after just a few weeks. While we love the original model, the pint-size Mia is a welcome addition, with its straightforward single button, single speed functionality. Plus, the smaller size means its ultra portable and perfect for travel.
this product broke my skin out. i used it for 2 months and was so hopeful but it only made my break outs worse and dried my skin out like CRAZY1
i bought the mia over two years ago expecting it to be what it was advertised to be: which was a thorough cleaning device to help exfoliate pores & deep clean the skin. after many uses, i have never noticed a positive result from using the clarisonic. i bought this with the intention of ridding my face of a few blackheads & problem areas & was pretty disappointed after a few uses that it did not deliver its promise. i would discourage anyone from buying this product that is expecting any drastic results. it's too expensive & not guaranteed to deliver any positive results.1
I used my Clarisonic Skin Cleaner everyday as soon as it was charged when I received it. I replaced the brush after a month or so…the brush, however, no matter how I stored it would get a moldy smell to it. i would wash the brush with cleanser and it still would smell bad.. not sure why but not happy with this at all since brushes are expensive to replace.2
I was so looking forward to my Clairsonic. My face felt super soft and clean immediately after using. However the following day I broke out more than ever. I then read those with rosacea should stay away. I tried again a week later using no pressure - same problem. It's a great tool, but I thought it was supposed to stop breakouts, not cause them!2
Have been using for two weeks and not noticing anything extraordinary about this device. I haven't had a breakout in probably 10 years and this gave me multiple zits...so maybe it's working or maybe I should just leave my skin alone. You decide.
Didn't make skin softer than a regular exfoliation would either.
Did give me noticeably broken capillaries around my nose, so I'm going to return--realizing it's likely too harsh for my skin.
If you have skin issues and need a deeper cleansing daily, then perhaps this tool will get you closer to that goal. However, for those of us with normal skin, I just really don't see the point.
Mine broke within a year. Seems like something so expensive should last longer. I didn't notice any changes in my skin either.2
while this product does in fact get the job done, you are much better off just getting a basic facial exfoliating sponge at walmart. it gets the job done for a lot cheaper.3
I always needed an exfoliator and I finally decided to get the clairsonic. I definitely like it, I don't get as many blackheads but I wouldn't RAVE about it.3
If you have a hundred bucks to spend on this, it works great. I haven't seen a dramatic difference in my skin like others have with this, but I do feel like it cleanses well. The brush was very dirty after using it. And I like that it's rechargeable. But other than that feature, it's not worth the price tag.3
This is the only thing that keeps my flakiness away. This with my PHD is what makes my makeup go on smooth and my face flawless. Love love love. I only use the sensitive brush head and can't speak for the other types of brush heads. Use 2 times a day.3