Monday, August 26, 2013

Clarisonic: Your Weapon Against Blemishes

We all want radiant smooth skin. One way to achieve it is by exfoliation- the removal of dead skin by using a scrub, microdermabrasion, cosmetic peels, where each level of intensity varies. Most of these services are done in a spa. However, why would you pay hundreds to do it in a spa when you can achieve the same results in your home with the Clarisonic Brush? This is a revolutionary product that not only exfoliates but decongests pores and refines skin texture. 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. 
The Clarisonic has three speeds, allowing it to be gentle enough for cleansing the face yet strong enough to be effective on the décolleté, neck, back and arms. It basically vibrates the dirt and make up off out of your pores. To apply, just use any cleanser of your choice. Although, it is recommended to buy their cleansing sets, your favorite cleanser will do. Replacement brushes are to be changed every 3 months. There are different types of brushes for oily and sensitive skin types. This product can also be used by men. It is great before shaving to prevent ingrown hairs.
I do recommend the Clarisonic Brush because you get what you pay for. It penetrates deep to remove product build up that may be sitting atop the epidermis layer of skin that may be missed while using traditional methods. Being that there will be minimal product build up, products will tend to absorb better. Also, many product lines promise to erase years of wrinkles, layers of hyperpigmentation and to make skin more youthful but fail to do what is promoted. We have access to the most treasured beauty rituals of the past and now you can add one of that is ahead of its time. Why not add Clarisonic to your beauty routine?


Chand Dr said...

thanks for the post

Chand Dr said...

very interesting matter, thank you

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