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Clarisonic Plus- reviewed and recommended

Is a Solution for:
Cellulite, Stretch Marks, Sagging Skin
Reviewed by Marta December 28, 2010 20 Comments

I used to be prone to breakouts on my back until I discovered regular dry brushing with the Clarisonic brush, using the gray (firmer) brush head. Once I made it a habit – and I mean every day – bacne became a thing of my past.  A few weeks ago, I was sent the Clarisonic Plus, which I was delighted to see has a new body brush.

The Clarisonic Plus has a brush head that is significantly bigger than the face brush and it is a special body mode. This simple upgrade makes body brushing much more effective and my skin is really liking it.

Not only is my skin clear, I am not getting that winter build up of dry skin. It used to be so bad that some days I would see masses of dry skin cells inside my clothes when I took them off at night. Yes, gross. But now no more.

Clarisonic Plus also has three speeds for the face and costs $225, compared to $195 for the Classic. I wouldn’t trade in your Classic if it is still going strong, but if anyone is considering a Clarisonic, then it would definitely be worth going for a Plus.

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How to Use the Clarisonic Brush

The Clarisonic Mia

  • December 14, 2015

    by Kaela

    Does the clarisonic plus help with celluilte?

  • October 23, 2012

    by Yuliana

    could not resist but to say that i LOVE my clarisonic for the face (the regular one), it helped me with my blackheads immensely - even my dermatologist asked him what have i done to improve my skin that much! Of course, i also follow Marta's recommendations on serums, cleansers, etc, so i cannot say it's all due to clarisonic - BUT it was a big part of my skin glow! thank you clarisonic! and my boyfriend who gave it to me as a present :). One word of caution - do not over do it - i stopped using it daily and switched to few times a week... find the right balance for your skin.

  • February 28, 2012

    by christina

    Marta- may I ask if you have any opinion on if its possible to over use the clarisonic? i LOVE mine, use it twice a day, and always have for the past 3-4yrs. I recently went to a skin training and the educator said she advised against the clarisonic stating that it causes over exfoliation and long term damage to the skin and dermis . I said "show me some damn proof before you open your mouth and make claims such as that! haha i love my clarisonic and recommend it to most all my clients!!" anyhow, what do you think? thanks!

  • May 1, 2011

    by Marta

    Hi Hilary, I'm just happy that you've become part of the TIA community. Thank you and welcome!

  • May 1, 2011

    by Hilary

    Marta--I'm so sorry I misspelled your name in one of the above posts. It was a complete brain fog/typo sort of thing, as I definitely know your name is not Martha.

    Being that you seem like such an open, friendly type of girl (note the brown nosing use of girl), I imagine it's not a big deal to you, but you have a gorgeous, graceful and unique name, and I just wanted to take a minute to apologize to you for botching it. Sorry!!

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