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For those who have everything: The Clarisonic Mia

The company’s vibrating cleansing brush removes dirt and oil twice as effectively as manual cleansing.

“Could anything be more fussy” than using a $120 gadget just to wash your face? Maybe not. But after trying the Clarisonic Mia, the company’s second-generation vibrating cleansing brush, we have to admit that it makes skin feel and look “many times better” without ever creating the raw feeling you get from exfoliating. The Mia “works sort of like an electric toothbrush: Apply your regular facial cleanser to the bristles, turn it on, and move the brush in circles.” The 300 vibrations per second remove dirt and oil twice as effectively as manual cleansing. Basically, “it’s like getting a gentle facial before going to sleep every night.”
$119, clarisonic.com
Source: Details

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