I’m a little obsessed with my Clarisonic brush. After telling myself that I needed to start investing in good skincare practices, I purchased a Clarisonic Mia 2 brush from my local Sephora. We’ve been through our ups and downs, but I ultimately decided to stick with it, and I’m so glad that I did! Here’s why…
This nifty little gadget uses a patented sonic frequency of more than 300 movements per second and claims to gently, yet thoroughly remove makeup six times better than cleansing with your hands alone. It’s pretty amazing when you think about it. While it pulled up a lot of dirt in my skin (resulting in some intense acne for about a week), my skin quickly cleared up and has stayed clear ever since!
If you’re currently using a cleanser with your Clarisonic and wondering if it’s the best fit for you and your brush, it’s recommended to use cleanser without beads or scrubs. Be careful of glycolic acid, too, as it is already exfoliating.
But if you’re still searching for that perfect cleanser to help make the most of your Clarisonic experience, here are a few cleansers that Into The Gloss recommends:
Cetaphil Daily Facial Cleanser: I’ve used this cleanser before but it didn’t really do much for me. After reading that Into The Gloss and The Beauty Boomer recommend it, I’m ready to give this inexpensive cleanser another chance.
Clarisonic’s own Gentle Hydro Cleanser: It is recommended for those with sensitive skin to cleanse daily with the hands, and a few times a month with the Clarisonic.
Dr. Brandt Lineless Foaming Cleanser: Though Dr. Brandt recommends the cleanser for all skin types, the cleanser has been very well-received by those with dry and oily skin.
Environ Cleansing Lotion: This cleanser is designed to stabilize the skin’s pH balance.
Do you have a Clarisonic brush, Lovelies? What products do you use with it?