Own a Clarisonic? You need to read this
If you're one of the lucky (or maybe just clued-in) gals in possession of a Clarisonic Cleansing Brush, you'll know what a saviour that little gadget is during your beauty regime. A wonder for scrubbing away dirt, oil and make-up, it's little wonder it's risen to become the number one most recommended skin cleansing device (by US dermatologists). The 60 second cleanse, which uses oscillating technology to gently clean and ultimately transform the texture of your skin, has found a place in even the most hard-worn beauty critic's skincare ritual. And yet, up until now, the average Clarisonic has really only been used for one purpose: to cleanse. (Side note: an upgraded version, the Smart Profile Uplift can now master skin firming, but that's another story).
Yet, in one swift, ground breaking move, Clarisonic has upped the ante by introducing the Sonic Foundation Brush. Designed with soft bristles that operate at 18,000 micro blends per minute, the make-up applicator works to gently buff liquid, cream or stick foundation into skin for a soft, airbrushed effect. And, like your cleansing routine, it takes just 60 second to fully blend your entire base. Did we also mention how studies show the brush used less product than your usual hand or sponge technique - a double bonus, if we might add.
And if, like the rest of the free world, you're still not entirely over the contouring trend, Clarisonic's Foundation Brush also works to magically blend, blend and blend again - which we all know is the secret to Kim Kardashian's flawless face. Even if you're not the proud owner of a Clarisonic yet (what are you waiting for?), this new and imporoved dual-use just gave you the perfect excuse to get to a store and buy one.
The Clarisonic Sonic Foundation Brush, $45, is available now at selected David Jones, Myer, Mecca and Sephora stores and at clarisonic.com.au
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