Cleansing with a Clarisonic brush is a unique experience. I use mine once a month because I’ve read that it can be harsh on Asian skin. The brush is so good however that I do not want to forego it’s benefits. Once a month is all my skin needs to feel completely cleansed, refreshed and massaged. The pulsating vibrations of the brush are AWESOME at bringing new skin cells to the surface and promoting new cell production.
You need a good cleanser to get all the benefits of using a Clarisonic Mia Brush. I use the Banila Co Clean It Zero, a Korean product but it’s a balm cleanser with a sherbet like formulation. Comes in a jar and there is a lot of product, so I use mine sparingly and thinking this jar will last me for a long time. There is no foaming effect which is good because you’re trying to massage your skin for 1 minute with the Clarisonic, and if there was too much foam, I don’t think it would be as pleasant. This light cleanser has a delicate fragrance and cleanses very well without damaging the skin’s surface.
The Banila Co Cleanser Comes with a tiny spatula for hygienic application instead of using fingers
The Clarisonic Mia 2 Cleansing Brush
The power button and two speed setting (faster and slower vibration – Delicate & Universal)
Slightly dipping the brush into the Banila Co Cleanser jar (Another useful feature of the jar container – easy brush application)
There is a recommended timer chart for how long each area of the face should be massaged/cleansed. The Mia 2 lets you know when it’s time to move on by signalling with a pulse.
Not a massive fan of exposing my naked face online, but here we are! I love using the Clarisonic Mia 2, even if it is only once a month.
(I buy my Banila Co and other Korean beauty products online at Skinlosophy – An Aussie Store that stocks Korean/Japanese makeup and skincare. Click the banner below and enter their Easter Giveaway!)
Do you use a power brush cleanser? What has been your experience with them?