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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.
I bought this in a moment of desperation when my super duper oily skin was going through an unusually bad flare-up of cystic acne. I get this monthly--thanks hormones! I thought maybe I wasn't exfoliating enough, so I bought the Mia to help cleanse my skin and get the gunk out of my pores. I had heard of the dreaded Clarisonic "PURGE" phase, and hoped no such thing would happen. It seems that the Clarisonic merely broke me out, and never improved. When I stopped use, the severe blemishes healed up pretty quickly. Although touted as a helpful tool for preventing acne, I do not recommend this tool for those with sensitive and blemish prone skin.
It's been about 5 days since using my Mia and I may try to use it again, and monitor my results. Of course, no one wants to give themselves acne, so buy with caution and know that it might not help you.
It's really expensive for just that little something extra. I did enjoy it, but once this one goes out I don't know if I will get it again. I didn't notice a huge difference.3
Hmmm, I just don't know
I don't think i see any difference in my skin. If any, that it probably looks a little worse
I have dry skin, and never had any problems with pores. Now I do.
The only thing that I changed in my routine is using Clarisonic
It feels nice when I use it, but I just don't think it works for me
Returned shortly after I felt like this didn't do much and was pretty expensive. I like the idea, but it seems like a chore to wash your face with when you're as lazy as me :)3
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
I really like this product after my skin adjusted to it. At first, the clarisonic made my skin break out or "purge" like others say. I have the occasional break out no more than two at a time ,but using this brush gave me so many tiny pimples all over my chin and forehead. I stopped using it as often and only use it once a week. Now I love it.3
I purchased the Clarisonic with very high hopes for the positive effects that it would have on my skin. I have very acne prone skin and I was hoping that adding the clarisonic brush to my routine would help with this. While it did do a fantastic job removing all traces of makeup and leaving my skin soft and smooth, I do not feel like it made a huge difference with my acne. I still use it a few times a week and do not regret buying it. However, it just did not turn out being the miracle product for me that it is for some people.3