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Just wondering has anyone got the Clarasonic and what do they think of it?
My DH keeps asking "what do you want for Christmas?" and I genuinely don't really want or need anything. Then I saw an advertisement for this. Only yesterday I was trying unsuccessfully to take a selfie with my dd and thought "goodness you look pale, have lines around your eyes and have definitely aged". I always prided myself in looking youngish and having good skin but now I think things have caught up with me.
Also I know the Clarasonic is very expensive. Does anyone have any recommendations for ones that are cheaper but still effective? Thanks in advance.
I have the Boots own version after someone on here recommended it. Soem people didn't rate the clarisonic and I didn't want to make an expensive mistake so I bought this. A lot cheaper and it does the job. On a 3 for 2 offer at Boots at moment. www.boots.com/en/No7-Beautiful-Skin-Cleansing-Brush_1304042/
I have the Clarisonic Mia and the Clinique Sonic Cleansing brush. Find the Clinique one gentler tbh, I think it's because it doesn't rotate. I've used the no.7 one but didn't like it much, but was comparing to the Clarisonic which is obviously a lot more expensive.
Love my Clarisonic but the Clinique brush is definitely the best value for money I think - have bought two ad Christmas presents!
A facial cleansing brush is definitely worthwhile though so no matter what one you pick I'm sure you won't regret it!
I have both a clarisonic (the big one for body and face) and a foreo foreo mini
and I love the foreo more--but both work great. I use the foreo in the shower/gym and whenever i travel. If I had to go back in time, I would have just bought the foreo because I don't have to buy replacement brushes.