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Clarisonic Skin Care System

September 28, 2012 | 6:43 AM
better cleansing=better skin

When it comes to recommending a toothbrush, dentists tend to choose an oscillating one for better cleaning. Now the technology used for teeth is also being used for skin. The Clarisonic Skin Care System is taking it back to basics, targeting cleansing of the skin. The system is a sonic oscillation face brush that works with any product line to remove make-up, dirt, oil and bacteria better without stripping the skin. “These days, women are using daily sunscreens, long-lasting make-up and self-tanners, so it’s imperative to properly cleanse the face if you want clear skin,” says Dr. Ranella Hirsch, a leading Boston-based dermatologist.

“Without clean pores, treatment products like acne fighters and anti-aging moisturizers are less effective.” The brush can be used in the room during the cleansing step of any facial treatment, and may be retailed as a take-home for the client. For more information, go to

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