My “Clarisonic Plus” Review: Week 1
When Vogue told me Clarisonic was offering me the chance to take the Clarisonic challenge for cleaner, clearer, healthier skin, I looked at my skin closely while applying makeup and thought, “Yes, I want to take the challenge.” My pores were very visible and once the makeup settled, it even appeared as though I had blackheads on my chin. It has been a scorching summer and I’m a long-distance biker and, as expected, it’s starting to show on my face. I enjoy the rides with my BFF (my hubby) and we trek early, but sunburns and dirt on my face and arms are my nemesis.
Fashionista, remember when Loreal Paris Youth Code renewed my dry skin last winter and became my new beauty must-have? Now, as a select Vogue Influencer, I’ve been given another opportunity to put a beauty product to the test. From the leading inventor of Sonicare® toothbrush, Clarisonic promises to remove 6x more dirt, oil and makeup than “manual cleansing”, resulting in cleaner, clearer, healthier skin. Too little time and never enough money, this is my at-home end of the summer facial I needed! My new “Clarisonic Plus” skin cleansing system for face and body came with a Clarisonic 3 speed with 3 facial T-timer settings and an optional body timer, a sensitive brush head and a body brush, 3 different cleansers and a refining skin polish for the body.
I’m really excited to be taking the 4 week Clarisonic challenge! This is only week two of the 4 week challenge and my skin feels cleaner because it’s less oily and my pores are definitely less noticeable, especially when I’m wearing makeup. Follow me while I continue to take the Clarisonic challenge! Look for updates on our fan page here: http://www.facebook.com/pages/First-Class-Fashionista/227516887276842, follow me on Twitter here: http://twitter.com/mrslillianpucci and read my final thoughts on “First Class Fashionista”!
Clarisonic and Acne Review : I wondered if the Clarisonic was safe to use when you have acne breakouts. I’ve read good reviews on the internet, but according to the Clarisonic Plus Sonic Skin Cleansing User Guide, “If you are under a doctor’s care for any skin condition or if you think you may have a skin condition, please consult your physician before using the Clarisonic. Refer to our website for more information.” For any additional information visit: Clarisonic
Clarisonic vs Clarisonic Mia Review: The difference in the Clarisonic and the Clarisonic Mia is: The Clarisonic Mia is a single speed, compact design, and I think the Mia is great for traveling or overnighters.
The Clarisonic Mia Skin Cleansing System single-speed is a compact design great for traveling or stowing away in your overnight bag! And the Clarisonic Mia comes in a variety of cute colors.
For Younger Looking Eyes try: Clarisonic Opal Sonic Infusion System
The Clarisonic Opal is a palm-size device, you can take anywhere. The Opal’s micro-massage technology is said to infuse eye serum more thoroughly than applying manually, giving you even younger looking eyes.
Disclosure: These are my honest thoughts for my “Clarisonic Plus Review”. For the purposes of this “Clarisonic Plus Review” and sharing the news with First Class Fashionista’s readers, I received one or more of the products mentioned above free. We only recommend products or services we believe will be good for our readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.
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