Did you know your skin is the largest human organ? Skin accounts for approximately 15% of the average adult human weight with a surface area between 1.5-2 square meters, 650 sweat glands, 20 blood vessels, 60,000 melanocytes and more than a thousands nerve endings. Your skin also serves many purposes such as being the first line of defense against infection, regulating body temperature, moisture retention, removal of toxins and production of Vitamin D…. This is what went through my head when I decided that $119 is a small price to pay to keep my skin and more importantly my face, clean, polished & healthy. I also have a clarisonic toothbrush and my pearly whites have never had a cavity… I think Clarisonic might be on to something =)
I love being outside and tend to have dry skin…Before the MIA CLARISONIC, I always had dry flaky patches on my nose and cheeks with some big clogged pores on my nose. After using this thing twice a day for a week, my dry flaky skin ceases to exist and the pores on my nose appear smaller. I should have taken a before and after pic, but I forgot (whoopsies). This is me below 1 week after using the Mia!
- Removes makeup 6X better than manual cleansing
- Leaves skin feeling and looking smoother
- Cleansing helps products work more effectively
- Gentle enough to use twice a day
- Reduces oily areas, dry skin patches and blemishes
- Minimizes the appearance of visible pores
Why I Chose the MIA vs the other Models
I went with the Mia because the only big difference was the warranty (MIA =1 yr MIA 2=2yrs) and the speed (MIA has one speed, MIA 2 has multiple speeds). At the time I was skeptical and didn’t feel that the Mia 2 had much more to offer. I am quite happy with my one speed Mia original with the normal head.
Before and After Cleansing with the Mia Clarisonic
Forehead before cleansing
LEFT: forehead after cleansing with clarisonic–RIGHT: after cleansing with hands
What do you use to cleanse you face? Do you love it? Why or why not?!? Personally, I am never going back…