Now that these babies are finally available locally, it's time for an update.
I'm very happy that these are now more readily available, location wise I mean. Now the big issue, price. I most certainly hope I would never have to repurchase a Mia 2 as that's a bit of change and ain't no money tree in my yard. If price were not an issue I would recommend this to everyone. Great makeup application begins with having the best skin possible and this tool can certainly assist you on that path. Mainly because the number two, second only to not having a proper diet, thing we don't do is take enough time to properly clean our faces. Real talk. Now everyone's skin and lifestyle is different. As such, I would most certainly recommend this product to women who wear makeup everyday. But if you don't you may not find this necessary.
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"Avid makeup wearers know that it is very important to get ALL your makeup off at the end of the day. This tool is perfect for that. (Sourced via T.E.A.M Imports)"
Posted August 9, 2012
"REVIEW: If you wear makeup regularly, you know it's very important to get it off completely. This tool is very good at that. Coupled with a good cleanser, it greatly reduces the risk of clogged pores. If you use it everyday, the brush head must be replaced every 3 months. Do you need all the varying type of brush heads? No.
Cons: must be imported and thus expensive. So ask for it as a Christmas gift. (Sourced via T.E.A.M Imports)"
Posted November 1, 2012
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Well as I've posted on facebook, Clarisonic products are now available in Bio Beauty, Coconut Walk, Hastings.
"Look what I found in Bio Beauty!
Mia 2 - $415, Aria $525 and Pro $590"
Posted August 23, 2013
I purchased the Clarisonic Mia 2 in an attempt to rid my face of post acne hyper pigmentation. You can get an comprehensive view on my journey by reading this thread on www.getnarked.net. The site's Founder, Corey Springer graciously allowed me to log my journey on his forum. The Clarisonic has played a big role in the regular exfoliation of my skin thereby increasing cell turn over. I would repurchase, though as I said, I hope I won't have to. One thing I do not recommend are the deep pore brush heads. They caused my skin to have those "under the surface" bumps reminiscent of cystic acne. This happened to my buddy (teehee) Wayne Goss as well. No bueno.
Clarisonic suggests that you don't use cleansers containing exfoliants (eg: St. Ives Apricot Scrub) in them with this device. I would agree, especially since we're not trying to ruin this expensive piece of machinery. Please note: if you have regular facial treatments (chemical peels, microdermabrasions) etc. you also won't find this tool necessary.
I hope this helps.