Clarisonic Mia...

What they say:
"Clarisonic Mia is professional - calibre sonic skin care for cleansing wherever your lifestyle takes you. Mia cleanses so well that products absorb better, pores appear smaller and fine lines and wrinkles appear reduced. 

Clarisonic Mia gently yet effectively loosens dirt and oil to clear your pores.

  • Helps reduce oily areas
  • Leaves skin feeling softer and smoother
  • Remarkably gentle for cleansing all skin types; even with sensitive conditions such as rosacea and acne"
What I say:
I'd first read about this tool/gadget sometime last year, I'm not too sure what was said about it exactly but I know there was a big hype about it and I knew that I had to have it. I purchased this from an American website and I paid around $90 which converts to around £ compared to it's £120 price tag in the UK.

I use this in conjunction with my Liz Earle cleanse and polish, night time only as I don't really need to use it in the morning. I distribute the cleanse and polish over my face, massage in and then use my clarisonic in circular motions over my face (it'll tell you when it's finished by vibrating) and then get my muslin cloth and take off any residue left over by the cleanser then rinse, simple!

Now some of you are probably eager to know if it does as it promises and the answer is no, well not for me anyway and I've read reviews on makeup alley saying it didn't do anything for them either. It didn't help reduce my oily areas, still got an oily t-zone, didn't reduce any break outs. I'm not sure about fine lines/wrinkles because I have neither but I can't see it reducing them, I thought it would've evened my skin tone on my chin out but I didn't see any changes. Don't get me wrong it's nice to cleanse with and gets rid of any makeup left on your face after taking it off with a wipe but Liz Earle's Cleanse & Polish does exactly the same for £13 or even any other old cleanser used with a muslin cloth.

Would I recommend? 
Definitely not, save your money and use your £120 wisely.


  1. interesting...i've seen a few posts this morning about what NOT to buy! it's good really because you see tha not everything reviewed is good! xxx

  2. wow. that's expensive for something that doesn't really work well. :/ thanks for sharing. BTW, nice blog. Keep it up!
    Definitely going to follow you :)
    misskatv ✿

  3. There's a lot of mixed reviews flying about regarding the clarisonic. Think I'm going to give it a miss! xo

  4. It's good to see an honest review of this, all I've seen so far are raves (probs feebries!) and it's actually quite refreshing to see a negative!



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