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nanobear18
clarisonic?

So my skin isn't really that bad, I never breakout or get oily, the worst thing about my skin is it's sensitive, and dry. That being said, I have to be careful about my skincare, sometimes it's not gentle and irritates my skin. So I was wondering, for someone with my skin type, would the clarisonic be good or just really harsh? Basically, should I splurge and buy it?

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Manda
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I'm going to make a few comments on here, since I have the Mia and I have skin that tends to be dry and sensitive.  I love mine.  I've had it for a little over a year and I use a cream cleanser with it, which works wonders.  I use the sensitive head brush and use one clarisonic once a day at night.

 

Now, someone said to use a chemical exfoliator.  Due to your skin being dry and sensitive, I would personally avoid it at all costs.  Chemical exfoliators can be a bit harsh and with your skin being sensitive, it is a good way to cause a reaction.  Another person says the clarisonic doesn't exfoliate.  It does exfoliate, for it acts like a washcloth, though a bit gentler.  With the bristles moving, it shakes off the lose skin that is on your face gently.

 

I think that there is no harm in trying it out.  Just when you get it, start off slowly then gradually increase.

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