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review: clarisonic sonic radiance.

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by now there are no shortage of electronic exfoliating brushes on the market, but clarisonic still does it best.  their newest brush head and accompanying cleanser, peel, and serum are aimed at increasing radiance (my current skincare obsession!).  achieving radiance usually means fading discoloration and removing impurities so that skin is at it's clearest and most even.

this set has a very specific AM and PM regimen, that entails clarisonic-ing twice a day!   i have been alternating their routine with some of my other favorite radiance products because my skin gets a little agitated with too much clarisonic use.  the new brush head (in my opinion the brush head is the star product of any clarisonic set) has super tight bristles, so it's best to glide the device over the face and neck, no firm pressure needed.  the brush design both removes sebum and surface hyper-pigmentation, the perfect combination for achieving radiance.  it is designed to work with the clarisonic aria/mia 3.

i've been using this regimen approximately every third day for the past few weeks, and see an immediate improvement after use.  for sensitive skin i would recommend starting slow (maybe doing the full treatment twice a week), then increasing as tolerated.  entire set (including clarisonic device) $249 at clarisonic.com.

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