Ask Dr. Robb: How does the brush spin so fast?
Spinning, oscillation, and sonic can get confusing when speaking to the technology behind the Clarisonic. Dr. Robb is here to clear up any confusion about how the Clarisonic works at a rate of over 300 movements per second in the video below.
Dr. Robb says, actually it’s not spinning. That’s the old fashioned rotary technology. The Clarisonic oscillates and moves your skin back and forth very short distances to deeply cleanse your skin. But to get to your true question of how is it going so fast? It’s Sonic Magic and what that means is, the engineers have designed a magnetic motor that allows the magnets to change back and forth, and it moves at a rate of over 300 times a second.
Congratulations to Rosalind Carrington who has won a Clarisonic Mia for submitting this question!