8 Tips to Keep in Mind while using Clarisonic for Face

In the past years, few tools have been used to revolutionize the skincare for different people. Such tools include the Clarisonic. Most of those who have used it, swear that it has fully transformed their complexions and removed all traces of dirt, prepping skin and shrinking pores for effective moisturizers and serum. Here are 8 useful tips that you should keep in mind for a better skinlife.

1.Do not Skimp on the Gel cleaner

Irrespective of whether you opt to use the Clarisonic’s gel cleaner or the one that you have been using for years, keep in mind that the brush can only do as much. Therefore without a clear amount of a specific product, you will not be cleansing it properly.

2. Always keep one in the Bathroom

Clarisonic in Bathroom

For those who prefer killing two birds with a single stone during the busy mornings. The Clarisonic is designed in a manner that enables it to withstand water. When in the bathroom, you can be cleaning your face as you condition your hair. Consider doing a face swap brush for a head to toe exfoliating treatment.

3.Make a Stock on different Brushheads

To address different skin conditions that are common with people, Clarisonic have made variety of blushes. During summer, the acne brush or a pore cleansing brush head will be perfect to clean an oily skin. The sensitive brush head will be the most appropriate for the red skin during winter. Always have some extra in your closet as you may never be aware of the changes that the hormones and season may bring to the skin. It is advisable to change brushes after every three months.

4. Always be Careful and Ensure that you do not Overuse

Clarisonic Uses

Too much of a something is not good for your skin. This is the reason why the Clarisonic is set to automatically turn off after 2 minutes; this is the precise amount of time that you need to be clean. If your skin is sensitive, only do it once a day. The most important aspect is to follow what your skin wants.

5. Always clean the Brush well after use

The last thing you expect to find is a cleansing routine starting with a leftover foundation being caked on your brush. Simply run the brush when cleansing it with soap and water, or you can add shampoo to get the job fully done.

6. Remove the Makeup prior

Remove the Makeup

Technically, you can have your make up on, for a deeper cleansing experience but first remove the makeup before using the Clarisonic.

7. Skip Ex-foliate

To avoid increasing the chances of irritating the skin, stick with the gentle gel cleanser without adding the exfoliating cleanser in the mix. This helps in achieving greater results.

8. Do not Share

Sharing Clarisonic with a roommate or a friend is not wise. This is to prevent the chances of spreading bacteria; each person should have her own brushhead.

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Conclusion

The Clarisonic procedure will be applied on your skin, as such it is only logical to follow what the skin wants and put into consideration your lifestyle too. Ensure that you undertake the procedure atleast twice a day. This method deals with all types of skins.

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Melissa Snyte

Contributor: Melissa Snyte (The Beauty Insiders)

This Article Has Been Published on June 2, 2016 and Last Modified on January 29, 2018

Melissa Snyte has been a part of TheBeautyInsiders for over 6 years. Makeup is not just a hobby for her but it’s a lifestyle. She found her love with the beauty industry and began contributing her ideas in this field. In her free time she enjoys painting and gardening. Follow her on Twitter







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