Clarisonic Brush Review: Good And Bad

Clarisonic BrushSince I am now in my 30’s, I have decided to pay more attention to my facial care and products. I have always been faithful to face wash and removing my make up at night, but I am talking more than just that. I have used facial cleansing brushes before that I bought from the local drugstore. To be quite honest, I thought they worked fairly good. I had seen the Clarisonic facial brush and it was something that I wanted to try. I kept looking on the Clarisonic.com website to see if they had any good deals. After a few months, I came across a deal that I just could not pass up. (See how to get 6% cash back.) I have now been using it for almost 4 months and this is what I think of the brush.

Price: If you know anything at all about the Clarisonic brush, you know that they do not come without paying a hefty amount. This is one of the main factors why I did not try the brush as quickly as I wanted to. I do recommend watching for “special offers” when buying your clarisonic brush to help save money on the initial purchase.

Devices: There are different devices to choose from depending on your specific needs. On their website, they do a very good job with explaining the differences. It also helps you choose what device would be best for you depending on what your skin is like.

Brush Heads: They offer interchangeable brush heads for all the brushes. This allows you to choose the best brush to go with your skin type to get the best results.

Facial Care: Depending on what you are looking for, most brush heads have a specific line of products that go with them. You do not have to use the same line for everything. Each product is thoroughly explained on the website. You can use as many,or as little, of the products as you want.

Battery: I have to say that I was skeptical on the amount of time that the battery would stay charged. Much to my surprise, it does stay charged for quite some time. I use mine at least once a day on the 2 minute cycle and have never had to charge it more than 2 times in a month. I am also pretty sure that this is why our 10-year-old daughter wants to use our shower, so I am quite sure it does get used more than what I think.

I wanted to make sure that I used this brush for long enough to give it a fair review. I absolutely love the feeling after using my Clarisonic Aria. It did take a little getting used to before I was ready to go the full 2 minute cycle. You will be able to tell how much exfoliation is actually being done. When purchasing my brush, it came with 2 sensitive brush heads. Since this is the only one I have tried I am uncertain as how they compare to the other brushes. I do intend to try either the deep pore or the acne brush when it is time to reorder. The sensitive brush does a good job, but I am more concerned with minimizing pores. Another item that came with my brush was the refreshing gel cleanser. This cleanser seems to be very light and has a good smell. I don’t really care for the cleanser, but this is mostly because it does not meet my specific facial concern. If you were looking for a mild cleanser then this would be something to use. Clarisonic stands behind several of their devices with a 2 year warranty, which is comforting to know.

Overall I am extremely happy  with my Clarisonic brush. If you have thought about getting one, I suggest to take the time to find the right device and brush that will work best for you. After using this brush just a few times you will be amazed at the way your skin transforms and love it just as much as I do.

Have you tried Clarisonic? What device do you use? What brush is your favorite? I would love to get feedback from other Clarisonic users. Feel free to comment and let us know your thoughts!