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Aldi version of Clarisonic

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hedwig2001 Wed 26-Nov-14 21:26:59

Aldi have cheap version of the Clarisonic on sale tomorrow.
Anyone got any experience of the Clarisonic dupes? Will it be ok or dreadful?

HRHsherlockssextoy Wed 26-Nov-14 21:33:08

I have the boots one and I love it.

I was going to buy my mum one, but might pop into Aldi tomorrow for this

Fabulassie Wed 26-Nov-14 22:45:56

I love my Boots one, although I have never compared it to an actual Clarisonic.

Fabulassie Wed 26-Nov-14 22:48:44

Wow! That is a really great price! I don't think I'd use all of those heads, and finding replacement heads would likely be impossible, but since the whole thing is cheaper (probably) than replacement heads for Clarisonic (and No 7 are two for £8) it's probably worth buying. Especially since there are heads of differing stiffness/intensity.

Shonajay Thu 27-Nov-14 07:41:21

It got really bad reviews in the times- apparently it can actually damage your skin, badly. So did the clarins- the handle vibrates but not the brush.

I've got the old clarisonic Mia, you can get brush heads for £2 each now from china, and they look and feel identical.

Fabulassie Thu 27-Nov-14 08:16:49

The Clinique one only vibrates, as well.

I have seen a review or two of the No 7 brush claiming it's too harsh, as well. Apparently, the Clarisonic doesn't spin but goes back and forth/oscillates.

But I am very happy with my No 7.

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