This Is the Biggest Mistake You're Making With Your Clarisonic
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While I'd like to think that there are quite a few characteristics Oprah and I have in common, one in particular is that we both love the Clarisonic! I've been a devotee of the cleansing brush since it first appeared on the market in 2004. (Granted, I was unable to get one until after I graduated college — as I tell everyone considering the device, it is a skin care investment.)
I've seen Clarisonic evolve from what could have been a gimmicky tool to an absolute necessity for a clear, radiant complexion. I am actually shocked when I talk to friends, co-workers, or even complete strangers who do not own one — how has their skin survived without it?
In all seriousness, it's clear that I love the product — I feel cleaner when I use it. My skin glows. I don't have to spend 10 minutes removing my makeup with a wipe, then a face wash, then another wipe, only to find foundation on the towel. It's a convenience and a luxury wrapped into one tool. Because I'm such a fan, many of my friends consult me about which model to purchase. That's when I realized how confusing it can be: the brand offers seven models, as well as a variety of brush heads to choose from!
Recently, I visited Clarisonic headquarters in Seattle to learn about their new launch, the Mia Fit ($189) While there, I chatted with Dr. Robb Akridge (lovingly known to beauty editors and his colleagues as "Dr. Robb"), one of the inventors of the device. He clarified which device and brush head you should start with based on your needs. Read on to learn which one you should grab first . . . or, if you're as addicted as I am, pick up next!