5 Reasons Why You Should Use A Clarisonic Brush
You can skip the shower. You don’t even have to wash your hair every day. But under no circumstances should you ever skip on cleansing your face! Let’s face it. You can’t have clear skin without clean skin.
Developed by a team led by the primary inventor of the Sonicare toothbrush, the Clarisonic Cleansing Brush will enhance the way you wash your face. In fact, it’s the number one cleansing brush recommended by dermatologists.
Here’s why we think you should use a Clarisonic Brush:
Clarisonic Cleansing Brushes are able to remove six times more makeup and debris than face cleansing with your hands alone. Many users may experience an immediate result of radiant, smooth and healthy-looking skin. In as little as 14 days, the Clarisonic Cleansing Brush can work to transform skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines, minimize pores and improve skin texture.
Here’s how the Clarisonic Cleansing Brush works – the brush head doesn’t rotate or spin. The outside rows of bristles remain still while the inside brush head bristles oscillate 10 degrees in either direction working at 300 movements per second. The sonic technology used in a Clarisonic Cleansing Brush is able to gently clean skin and help massage away impurities trapped within pores.
Makes The Skincare Products You Use More Effective
When paired with an effective facial cleanser such as SkinMedica’s Facial Cleanser or SkinCeuticals’ Gentle Cleanser, a Clarisonic Cleaning Brush can make skincare products like serums, complexes and moisturizers much more effective because the top layer of the dead skin cells has been removed by the brush’s micro-massaging action, allowing these products to be absorbed further into the skin.
Safe For Most Skin Types
Clarisonic Brushes are gentle enough to use twice daily, even on sensitive skin types affected by conditions like rosacea and seborrheic dermatitis. The sensitive and delicate brush heads are specifically designed for more sensitive skin types. Before using a Clarisonic Brush with a cleanser, test the cleanser with the Clarisonic Brush on your forearm prior to using it on your face. Some cleansers, including those with acids, may irritate your skin when used with a Clarisonic Brush. When in doubt, always consult your aesthetician, practitioner or dermatologist before using a Clarisonic Brush.
Clarisonic Brushes are also safer to use than a common rotary brush. Each Clarisonic Brush has a safety mechanism that automatically stops the oscillation and movement if the brush is pressed aggressively on the skin. When a rotary brush is pressed into the skin, it may continue to move, potentially damaging skin.
Easy To Use
You will need to charge your Clarisonic Cleansing Brush for 24 hours before your first use. Prior to using a Clarisonic Brush, you’ll need to remove eye makeup by hand. Wet your face and brush head with warm water and apply cleanser (either to your face or the brush head directly, whichever you prefer). Start the cleansing cycle by pressing the power button, and gently move the brush in circular movements across the face. It’s recommended that you use the brush for 20 seconds on the forehead, 20 seconds on the nose/chin and 10 seconds on each cheek. When you’re finished, rinse the brush head and handle with warm water.
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