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Benefits of Clarisonic Brush

Published November 29, 2013 11:19 AM by Mina Grasso
For many years I felt that home care cleansing brushes like the Clarisonic Brush was a gimmick and really did do much. Over time as I inquired patients about their skincare regimen, I found that a good percentage of patients used the Clarisonic Brush and were happy with their skin when they remembered to use it regularly.  It's difficult to recommend something that I did not have experience with or have not seen any clinical studies.

When Clarisonic developed the Clarisonic Pro to be available only in medical clinics, I reviewed the clinical studies that had been performed. Although the samples sizes were small, the study results that Clarisonic reported were similar to the positive feedback that I received from my patients.

The following is a list of benefits patients have reported and have been studied using the Clarisonic Brush: 

  1. Cleaner skin: Image analysis software was used to show that six times more makeup was removed using the Clarisonic brush versus washing makeup manually. 
  2. Improves absorption of skincare products: Spectrometric chemical analysis showed up to 61% greater absorption of Vitamin C after using Clarisonic sonic cleansing compared to manual cleansing.
  3. Improves photo-aging, fine lines, wrinkles and fewer dry patches
  4. Improves skin texture, tone and firmness
  5. Safe and gentle treatment even for rosacea and sensitive skin
  6. Improves skin color and brightness
  7. Men reported softer, smoother skin, less irritation and experience a closer shave

I routinely do a skin analysis imaging using the VISIA skin analysis program in our clinic. Although I have not done a formal study, I often notice that my patients who do use the Clarisonic Brush generally have better skin analysis profiles than those who don't.

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    Setting: Miami & Upland, Calif.
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