on Aug 28, 2011 @ 07:00 pm|
The Clarisonic has been out for a while and recently companies such as Sigma (with their cleansing and polishing tool) and even Neutrogena (with the Neutrogena Wave) have come out with products promising similar results. I personally haven't tried any of them products, but are they worth all the hype?
|depends on your skin type on Aug 29, 2011 @ 10:16 am|
I tried the clarisonic, you can read my review here and it didn't work well for me. However, these products are great for those with acne prone / oily skin, and as I have dry skin it naturally didn't work for me very well. I would recommend at least going to Sephora and trying the product if you have acne prone skin. As I said in my review, you might get a few dollars off if you buy from ebay or amazon, but if you buy it from sephora, you can try it and return it if you don't like it.
|Hm... on Aug 29, 2011 @ 10:34 am|
I tried Neutrogena's Wave.
At first, it worked great for me, and I dabbed a little of my other cleansers on the pad. But the more and more I used it, I think my skin got too raw from all the vibrating rubbing, so I stopped using it. In my opinion, it works great for once in a while!
(Also, if you go to Winners, they have the Wave for super cheap! I suggest you try it :) ) Happy Shopping!
|Heard great things about Clarisonic on Aug 29, 2011 @ 08:54 pm|
I personally haven't had any experience with any of the vibrating face products but I have heard a lot of great things about the clarisonic system. My friends have told me that at first upon using it, they will break out more because their skin come sin contact with something different. Overtime, however, it starts to clear away any acne due to the deep cleansing from the vibration.
Then again, this is what I heard and I don't have any personal experience with it so I hope more people who have tried it can respond to your question.
If you do decide to try it, let us know how it goes!
|Ummmmm on Aug 30, 2011 @ 12:51 pm|
I really do not know how well these sorts of products would work. Something tells me if you have sensitive skin it won't go down well!
|Not for mee on Sep 01, 2011 @ 05:13 pm|
I own the Clarisonic but I stopped using it after a while since it made my skin feel very sensitive after a while. I do have rosacea and eczema so it might have just not been for me even with the delicate brush.