One product that I consistently use and (highly) recommend is the Clarisonic Facial Cleansing Brush. Just knowing that my Clarisonic cleanses my skin 6x better than using hands alone is reason enough, but this device has done so much for my skin. The gentle exfoliation, the way it works to help increase absorption of my skin care products and how my skin glows are great bonuses. Clarisonic is changing the beauty game again with the launch of the brand new Smart Profile Uplift. This new device not only cleanses the skin better than ever before but with the addition of a Firming Massage Head it targets 15 signs of aging on the face, neck and decollete — music to my ears.
With the addition of the Firming Massage Head, the Smart Profile Uplift gives skin a firming, yet gentle, massage in the most effective way. You see, the massage head is specially shaped to fit the contours of the face, neck and decollete so it glides over the skin with ease. As you glide it over the skin, you are applying the perfectly precise amount of pressure. As in, 27,000 micro-firming massage per use. With continued use, it is proven to uplift the skin, reduce fine lines and wrinkles and firm the skin.
The device is super smart. It has 4 speeds plus a turbo and body mode. Now, it sounds confusing, but it's not; the Smart Profile Uplift knows exactly how to perform according to which brush head is attached to it. It comes complete with a Revitalizing Cleanse Brush Head, the new and innovative Firming Massage Head and a Turbo Body Massage Head.
I use my normal cleanser with the Revitalizing Cleanser Brush Head and I have been alternating between facial oil or face cream with the Firming Massage Head. My neck needs so much attention so I have been using it twice a day and really concentrating on the timer and making sure to take care of my neck. In only about 3 weeks of use, I swear that my skin is looking more taught; it definitely looks and feels smoother.
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