Tag: Evolution of Skin Care
  • Clarisonic on Good Morning America as the “Hot New Skin Treatment”

    The Clarisonic Sonic Cleansing System was recently featured on ABC’s Good Morning America in a segment titled “The Hot New Skin Treatment”. Consumer Technology Contributer for ABC News, Becky Worley, did her own test drive of the Clarisonic to prove the system’s deep cleansing, reducing pores and fine lines capabilities.

    Check out Becky’s experience with the Clarisonic below to see her results!

    In her test drive, Becky used the Clarisonic on the right side of her face for five days and just soap and water on the other side. Becky said the Clarisonic side felt cleaner, and she thought she saw a very subtle reduction in the appearance of fine lines. She also tried the fluorescent makeup test and commented that Clarisonic did an amazing job removing the makeup while the soap and water side did not.
    Becky also acknowledged less expensive face brushes on the market but preferred the Clarisonic because it was more invigorating! Becky also mentions the Mia Sonic Skin Cleansing System which is the smaller, travel-friendly model and the Clarisonic Classic Sonic Skin Cleansing System. Check out the different Clarisonic Systems available to you on our website.

    January 10, 2012 by Clarisonic Comments
  • Using the Clarisonic with Skin Conditions

    Who knew something so powerful could be so gentle. The Clarisonic is the preferred facial cleansing brush among professionals as well as high end spas and retailers because it is remarkably gentle for all skin types, including skin affected by complicated conditions such as rosacea and seborrhea.

    Unlike many skin treatments that use harsh chemicals or friction to cleanse, the micro-massage action of the Clarisonic is effective, yet gentle enough to be used twice a day. However, we always suggest if you are under a doctor’s care for any skin condition, please consult with your physician before using the Clarisonic.

    Cleansing with Seborrhea

    The photo above was taken after two weeks of using the Clarisonic Skin Cleansing System and a sodium sulfacetamide cleanser.

    Cleansing with Rosacea

    After 8 weeks of using the Clarisonic Skin Cleansing System as part of an anti-aging skin care ritual, participants noticed an improved evenness in skin tone as you can see in the image on the left.

    Enter today’s Evolution of Skin Care Mia Giveaway by answering in the comments below True or False: The Clarisonic can be used on skin with skin conditions such as Rosacea and Seborrhea.

    July 26, 2011 by Clarisonic Comments
  • Prototypes of the Clarisonic

    You know that the Sonicare toothbrush inspired the sonic oscillation technology of the Clarisonic, but do you know how we came up with the system we have today? The first Clarisonic prototype consisted of steel bars to move the skin. Needless to say, that pinched a bit.

    After more than 10 prototypes, the motion was perfected. Take a trip back through the first prototypes of the Clarisonic to learn how we created the most preferred facial brush today.

    Prototypes A and B: Built from a barber’s razor and stainless steel bars, prototypes A and B were based on the idea that alternating tension and compression of the skin could help loosen blockages in pores. While that worked, it didn’t offer a pleasant cleansing experience.

    Prototype C: Next, individual bristle tufts were integrated into the device. The rows of tufts on the brush head moved linearly in opposite directions, producing tension and compression on the skin.

    Prototype MK1: Nicknamed “soap-on-a-rope,” this was the first prototype to use an accurate, bi-directional motion. It was also the first prototype to incorporate a resonant torsion spring motor- a concept that went on to be patented and used in the first production models.

    Prototype MK2: The first to be battery-powered, rechargeable and somewhat water-resistant, this prototype was also used to develop some of the early cleansing claims. Comments from test subjects about the ergonomics of the handle helped inspire later production models.

    Now that you have learned how we arrived at the Clariosnic we use today, tell us in the comments what year we launched the first Clarisonic (known as the Clarisonic Classic today) for a chance to win a Clarisonic Mia in today’s Evolution of Skin Care giveaway!

    July 15, 2011 by Clarisonic Comments
  • Clarisonic Sonic Oscillation Animation

    What sets the Clarisonic apart from comparative products is its patented sonic oscillation technology. As you learned in the Skin Elasticity Graph, sonic oscillation works within the skin’s natural elasticity “safe range”, not against it.

    The 300+ micro movements per second delivered by Clarisonic’s patented technology are the optimum sonic frequency to deliver a micro-massage movement that helps gently massage dirt, oil and make-up from pores. The patented sonic oscillation motion of the Clarisonic ensures that the skin is cleansed 6x better than cleansing with your hands alone. When impurities are removed, skin feels softer and smoother and becomes healthier and more radiant each day. And because skin is so clean, it’s better able to absorb moisturizers, creams and serums.

    Take a look behind the technology in the Clarisonic Sonic Cleansing System to see how the Clarisonic works with your skin to wiggle dirt and impurities from your pores.

    Enter to win a Clarisonic Mia today by answering the following question in the comments: At how many movements per second does Clarisonic’s patented sonic technology oscillate?

    July 13, 2011 by Clarisonic Comments
  • The Evolution of Skin Care Video: Skin Care through the Ages

    Skin care has evolved significantly over time, yet cleansing has remained an essential routine for maintaining a fresh and flawless complexion. The Clarisonic is the latest innovation in the world of cleansing. With our patented sonic oscillation technology, we have transformed the future of skin care and the health and beauty of your skin.

    Watch the Skin Care through the Ages video to join us on a journey through the history and development of skin care regimens over time and get a sneak peak at the future of sonic cleansing.

    Now that you know a little more about the evolution of skin care, we want to know what you learned! Tell us your favorite fact in the comments from the Skin Care through the Ages video for a chance to win a Clarisonic Mia Sonic Cleansing System!

    July 5, 2011 by clarisonic Comments
  • The Evolution of Skincare Celebrated with Mia Giveaways in July

    We are celebrating the Evolution of Skin Care with Weekday Mia Giveaways in the month of July! It’s time to think beyond the washcloth. Skin care has come a long way since the days of soap made with ashes and seeds in 2800 B.C. Over the next month we will take you on an educational journey into the evolution of skin care and share with you all there is to know about skin care’s latest cleansing innovation, Clarisonic’s patented sonic oscillation technology.

    Every weekday in July starting July 5th, we will provide you with history, facts and fun information about the history of skin care and Clarisonic. Ever wonder how the Clarisonic works within your skin’s natural elasticity to provide 6x’s better cleansing than your hands alone but still remain gentle enough for even the most sensitive skin? What was Cleopatra’s skin care go to? Why is the Clarisonic the preferred facial brush by professionals, celebrities and 85,000 adoring fans online? What’s the difference between spinning rotary and sonic oscillation cleansing? What’s next for Clarisonic and how can you be empowered to take beauty and the future of your skin’s health into your own hands?

    Learn the answers to these questions and more by participating in our daily quizzes here on Sonic Chatter as well as Facebook and Twitter. Your correct answers will enter you in that day’s drawing for a chance to win a Clarisonic Mia of your choice!*

    Enjoy and good luck!

    * Winners will be chosen at random and announced the following business day. Only one entry per day per person.

    July 5, 2011 by clarisonic Comments