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Clarisonic Aria


By Ellie Balfe
26th Feb 2014
Clarisonic Aria

Clarisonic has now surely achieved cult status as the world’s favourite oscillating cleansing brush. The much-lauded sonic technology has advanced even further with the launch of Aria, €199. The new and improved version offers three speeds: the first for sensitive skin, the second for all skin types and the third for use when an extra boost of clarity is needed. So what does all this really mean? Well, the second setting cleanses six times better than hands alone and the third setting provides enough power to enhance the cleansing ability to 30% more than setting two!

And in case you’re confused: this brush doesn’t rotate like an electric toothbrush, it oscillates at over 300 movements per second which means it moves back and forth – much more gentle than a toothbrush and results in the reduction of lines, pores and wrinkles.

Cleverly, the Aria has several functions that make it a winner in my book ?namely the USB enabled charger and the stand-alone dock that means it stands up in the shower.

If you haven’t tried it yet, it’s well worth getting a demo at the counter. I’ve fallen in love with mine.

@elliebalfe