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on 5/13/2009 10:31:00 PM
More reviews by dvfenech
Skin: Sensitive, Olive, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
on 5/13/2009 7:12:00 PM
More reviews by valgal20
Skin: Combination, Other, Not Sure
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
I love my Clarisonic brush! It has been the best $$ I have spent in a long time. It's simple to use, gentle on my skin and exfoliates nicely. I've only been using it for a few days (at night) but have been happy so far!
on 5/10/2009 3:36:00 PM
More reviews by Readonly
Skin: Other, Other, Not Sure
Hair: Other, Other, Other
I bought my Clarisonic from ebay, which I highly recommend if you want the identical retail box at $50 to $75 off. Just do your research on your seller, and know that the 'professional' version is an authentic Clarisonic product. I called Clarisonic after receiving mine from eBay, and they confirmed my warranty was valid and I was able to product-register. The quality of this product is impressive. The waterproofing and other features are nice. Even though I already exfoliate often including microdermabrasion, there's already been major improvement in my skin, including better texture, better product absorption, and fading of rosacea redness. In addition to that clean/glowy thing we all strive for. The included product trials are all right, but I can see why I lot of people just the cleanser of their choice. I'm not understanding people's complaints regarding battery life--my first guess is people are not following instructions and letting the first full 24 hour charge complete, thus shortening the battery life and capacity. This type of charging takes a long time to complete and you're better off actually letting the brush stay on its cradle when not in use anyway. That said, I took mine on vacation for a week and never charged it, I didn't notice any loss of charge or slowdown, even though I use it religiously. Update: 3 weeks in, not sure how I lived without this before. My rosacea redness is fading fast, products absorb better, and I need so much less foundation coverage. The husband also has dry skin and has me use it on him a few times a week, his constant flakies have been much improved.I also want to mention that I tried the Pretika (cheapest version) first and even though I can be a penny pincher, this is one where there is really no comparison. The Pretika was $20 wasted on trying to save money. Update 2: I received the body/"spot treatment" brush head, and it's awesome for feet, upper chest/arms, etc. The "professional" model brush seems to have two additional speeds/modes when the spot treatment brush is attached. I use a more serious exfoliating cream when I do my feet (actually I'm using my leftover Pretika cleanser, which is very scrubby). Husband also has some KP on backs of arms, doing an experiment to see if it can be improved with the spot treatment head. Will update!
5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.
on 5/10/2009 3:17:00 PM
More reviews by CarolW59
Skin: Normal, Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Blond, Other, Other
I am so happy that I'd purchased the Clarisonic. I'd been eyeing it for awhile - just not being able to justify the cost of it. It's a delight!! Now I don't use this but once a week - but it gives my skin such a clean, glowing sheen! Highly recommend this and to use a tiny microbead type of cleanser.
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
on 5/9/2009 11:51:00 PM
More reviews by ajkelly_44
Skin: Normal, Fair, Neutral
Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine
I owned the new version (3-speed w/body brush attachment) for about 3 weeks. I returned it today, though, because it only holds a charge for 4-5 days, it's large and heavy, and I did not notice a huge difference in my skin. Granted, I only used it for a few weeks. While it's possible I was going through the "purge" phase — I am recovering from a bad breakout that appeared a few days ago, and I stopped using the brush when I broke out bc I didn't want to aggravate the acne, but the acne appeared in places on my face where I didn't use the brush (at the hairline, on my eyelids) but where I still used face soap. It's difficult for me to believe that a $225 brush is the only solution to clear skin. I mean, has no one in history had clear skin before this was invented? There are other solutions (e.g., diet, chemical peels...) that are cheaper and require less time and space. The biggest disadvantage of this brush, however, was the battery life. Recharging every 4/5 days? No thanks! I already started to forget to recharge it after a few weeks. And the weight and size meant I had to be careful where I set it, lest it fall off the side of the tub or sink and onto the floor (or into the toilet! this did not happen, thank goodness).If Clarisonic makes the brush smaller, lighter, and with a better battery life, I'll definitely buy this again. After all, aren't they the same company that makes the Sonicare toothbrush? The toothbrush is smaller and lighter, and has a better battery life, so why can't the Clarisonic brush? If they work on those aspects, they'll have a return customer. But until then, I'm going back to my MD Skincare alpha beta peel.
on 5/9/2009 8:54:00 PM
More reviews by BellaHolstein
Skin: Combination, Fair, Not Sure
Background: skin is super sensitive, and for the last 9 months I've been struggling with acne rosacea. Did Retin-A religiously for 4 months - only made it worse. Metrogel did nada. The NP at my medi-spa gave me an IPL treatment which really helped with the red bumps and also recommended the Clarisonic and some La-Roche Posay products.SO, I've only been using this for 10 days, Right now I think my skin is going through the "purge" phase still - some acne and blackheads flaring up BUT I'm thrilled to report that the scaly, dry patches are all gone and my skin is starting to glow again. It's already waaaay smoother and softer to the touch. And I can use less product because my skin absorbs everything so much better. Before, I couldn't leave the house without two layers of make-up and it's already so much better that I'm just using some GloMinerals or Benefit's powder foundation.I'm not sure, but I'm thinking using this just 1x per day might be best for me. My biggest remaining problem is these red acne scars. I'm hoping that the Clarisonic gets rid of them over time...but I'd also love to hear what has worked for other people!UPDATE 10/05/09: This is my holy grail, must have product. I cannot say enough good things about it. It will NOT matter what amazing products you use, if you don't use this one first, you're just not getting full benefit. Everyone compliments my gorgeous skin now. Someone recently compared it to Marcia Cross's porcelain beauty. It took a few months to get full benefit but now my skin is baby smooth, almost poreless and the acne scars have faded. I feel like I should get a commission for telling everyone I know about this product!!
2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
on 5/3/2009 11:05:00 AM
More reviews by msclaudia
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
UPDATE 9/13/2010To people who hate this thing because it makes your skin freak and break out, you have to understand something... The brush makes your skin PURGE like crazy. Expect a purging period to kick in during the first 2-5 weeks of use, this varies upon how much gunk you have in your pores. Yes the purge sucks, yes your skin will be breaking out in places you never even had problems, but patience is a virtue. All the crap in your skin will come to the surface and puke all over your complexion. But after that period is over, voila your skin will magically clear and look smooth, porcelain, glowing, and you will not need to wear makeup! I strongly urge people to keep up with this and be patient because it will be worth it. My biggest regret is neglecting using it for a few months and having to go through the whole purge phase again. But religious use 2x a day, give it a month or so and you will be really pleased. It helps your serums and products absorb better and it definitely is the most effective and thorough way to take off makeup, if you don't believe me try cleansing normally with your hands and product, then run the clarisonic over your face and you'll see all the makeup that was left behind by your normal cleansing method. I also think the brush helps with circulation and feels like a massage which is an added bonus.Hands down, the best skincare purchase next to my Tanda light system. The price is steep but since I'll have it forever the price is worth it. Also, the mini version is out now which is cheaper than the full size one, wish it was out when I originally bought this I definitely would've opted for the mini brush.UPDATE 5/4/2009I've been using this twice a day and OMG my cheeks hurt like hell, it feels rough and scaly, it's red in patches... My skin was aggravated but now it's MUCH worse. I'm going to make sure I use this on the low setting and I'm switching to only once a day with a very creamy cleanser (NOT the black african soap I was using which already stings my cheeks as it is). My skin might need to calm down and heal up before I start using this again. Will update. 5/3/2009I was so excited to get this 3 days ago, 24 hours of initial charging was a bummer but I waited patiently. It's only been 2 days/nights of use but here's the results so far: My skin was quite fragile and damaged as a result of over exfoliation (overdid the peels & aspirin masks) my skin was irritated, patches of scaly red skin, over sensitive, clogged pores, and a cystic pimple loaded with flaky dead skin. The Clarisonic helped immensely with the scaliness and blasted away the dead skin around my pimple. It's definitely helping my blemish heal faster by speeding up skin turnover. My skin is softer, smoother, and more polished feeling. It did slightly irritate and sting my skin because it's currently so over sensitive. My moisturizer stung my face like hell after I used the Clarisonic partly because my skin is oversensitive but also bc my products are absorbing a lot better, my face drinks it in and there's no film or residue, only nice dewy feeling skin. Hasn't done too much for pore size or blackheads, they look a bit smoother but they haven't emptied out, but then again its only been 2 days. I will update in a few weeks, I'm waiting to see if my skin purges. If this clears my blackheads and decongests my pores it'll be worth the money that I'll save on facials.
on 5/3/2009 1:56:00 AM
More reviews by elib067
Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool
Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium
Unfortunately for me I didn't have a big "WOW" revelation over how great this product was. I had the three speed pro version and while it was SUPERB at removing any trace of makeup, it really didn't do anything for my skin. It actually made my one or two pimples worse because it uses the sonic technology to bring up all the dirt and oil. I guess if you can tolerate a good acne cleanser this would work to kill the bacteria but my skin is too sensitive for anything but a mild cleanser. It did nothing for my skin texture or tone besides giving it a deep clean. For the price and the effects it wasn't worth it for me to spend $200 on a makeup remover.
on 5/3/2009 1:47:00 AM
More reviews by kaishodge
Skin: Combination, Dark, Not Sure
Okay so this was one of Oprah's favorite things and when I ever saw it in Essence Magazine as one of Taraj Henderson must have's in skin care(she has great skin) I decided to get it by any means necessary. I got my brush on ebay for $136.00 couldn’t spend $195.00 for it. The version I have is the first model. Anyway I got it on 3/28/09 and after the first 3 weeks my skin was smooth, acne marks were fading I was so sold! I usually wash my face by hand first to "loosen" up the foundation and eye makeup then I use the brush as directed. It should be mentioned that this cannot be used around the eyes because of the delicate skin that can become wrinkled and damaged due to the oscillation. Anyway after about 4 to 5 weeks though I started to get peeling just above the bridge of my nose. I reduced my usage to 1 time per day at night instead of twice a day. That switch was effective and the peeling subsided. Then I started to get a couple zits here and there .The zits were a couple small whiteheads on the cheek area and hairline that I've never had before. It has been said that this happens to purge the skin of years of impurities. My skin is still smooth and black heads are definitely minimized. We'll see I'll come back with an update after about six months of using. Overall its a great brush for thorough makeup removal.EDIT: I have officially been using the Clarisonic brush for 7 months now. I had some issues with dryness and peeling in the beginning and had to do some switching of facial soaps. I used to use the Murad Clarifying Cleanser for acne $26.00 6.75 FL. OZ and that was causing over stripping and white heads. I switched to Palmers Cocoa Butter soap and it works great and best of all its only $2.50!. I lather up my face really well and I use my brush only once at night follwed by toner. Clarisonic is pretty superior at removing makeup and it also creates a clean base for product absorption. Also it provides evenly distributed exfoliation than cannot be duplicated with hand movements alone. I recommend this brush. If you cannot afford it there is a knock off at Beauty Choice.com for $27.50 that is reviewed to comparably get the job done just as well.
on 5/1/2009 9:14:00 AM
More reviews by kbw
Love the Clarisonic!!!! I've been using it for months now and it's made my skin look much better - no flakes! I've even had some other people comment on my skin.But I do wash the brush with soap and dry it after each use - that might seem annoying but I have a feeling that it could spread bacteria if it's not washed.
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