Tag: Exfoliator
  • Dry brushing: What is it?

    Super models such as Miranda Kerr and Molly Sims have been onto this trend for a while. The secret is now out as to how they get their smooth fresh looking skin.   Dry brushing is a very simple and effective way to stimulate your skin and increase blood flow.  Soft bristled brushes are perfect for dry brushing (like the Body Brush on our PLUS system).

    To start your skin transformation, begin brushing gently in a circular motion while your skin is dry. Brushing on dry skin will allow for more skin to slough off. After working from your feet up; take a shower to remove any dead skin and finish with a good moisturizer for extremely smooth skin! Dry brushing has been known to help your skin look younger, giving you a fresh glow your serums and creams work better too.  Have you ever tried dry brushing? If so, what do you think? If you haven’t, give it a try and tell us what you think!

    February 22, 2012 by Clarisonic Comments
  • Exfoliating and Your Clarisonic Sonic Cleansing System

    Clarisonic users often wonder if they should use an exfoliator with their Clarisonic Sonic Cleansing Systems. The Clarisonic provides a new level of cleansing that is more effective than manual cleansing and therefore people are unsure if an exfoliator in addition to the Clarisonic would be too harsh for their skin.

    Exfoliation can come in the form of a facial scrub or more chemical-based like a toner containing salicylic acid. Both aim to brighten your skin by sloughing away dead skin cells and increasing the rate of cell turnover.

    The Clarisonic can remove up to six times more makeup than manual cleansing and is gentle enough to use twice daily (unlike some exfoliants). With this in mind, you may or may not want to have an exfoliant in your skincare routine. We always strive to keep in mind that personal preference and skin types vary. Therefore, we recommend that if you are going to use an exfoliant, don’t use one with jagged exfoliating particles such as shells with your Clarisonic. Using soft, round and fine exfoliating particles will be gentler in combination with the Clarisonic Sonic Cleansing System.

    Let us know if you have a question about a particular exfoliator to use with your Clarisonic. We are also available on Twitter and Facebook. We would love to know what exfoliators our Clarisonic users have found to work well with their system. Please share with us and other Clarisonic users in the comments!

    March 4, 2011 by clarisonic Comments