Well, while I love my clarisonic for overall facial cleaning and deep cleaning, this is somewhat different. I would use the clarisonic to clean and wash my face and then after washing, I would use the toner, and then use this gadget on my nose and high pore areas. The sebum eases out, and pores are less noticeable and your face feels clean. So, if you have a clarisonic and you're happy with it, stay with that, this is just like more icing on an already great cake.
answered 3 years ago
(Los Angeles, CA)
This item is similar in its concept and benefits to the Clarisonic, however the suggested usage is different.
Here are the instructions from our site:
-Apply Daily Detoxifying Facial Toner (or the water-based toner of your choice) onto clean skin with a cotton pad.
-Press the red ON button; a red light will appear signifying high vibrations (this setting is ideal for cleansing).
-Note: If your skin is sensitive, press the intermittent button on the right; this adds a pulsating vibration, which lessens the intensity of the wave.
-Flip the head of the tool up so that you can use it in a scooping motion; begin gently applying pressure to help cleanse and exfoliate the skin.
-Use an alcohol or sanitizer-saturated cotton pad to wipe the tool clean.
-DO NOT RINSE UNDER WATER; THIS WILL DAMAGE THE TOOL.
-Apply your moisturizer or serum.
-Flip the head of the tool over so it lays flush against your skin.
-Press the ON button again and a green light will appear indicating slower vibration.
-Instead of massaging your moisturizer or serum onto your skin with your fingers, gently apply the head of the tool onto the surface of the skin and glide it along the skin's surface in a downward motion.
-Oily skin: use for 3-5 minutes, 1-2 times daily.
-Dry/sensitive skin: use for 2-3 minutes, once daily.
-Combination skin: use 1-2 minutes, once every other day.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
(San Francisco, CA)