The Clean Machine

 

Can’t spare the time or cash for regular facials to get that deep down squeaky clean skin feeling? Take your daily routine to the next level with the Clarisonic , the skincare equivalent of the electric toothbrush – and invented by the same team of scientists.

It works like this: gentle rotating bristles vibrate 300 times a second, loosening the dirt inside pores and flushing it out. You couldn’t even get close to this level with a manual cleanse, and it is suitable for all skins types – sensitive, rosacea and acne sufferers – hurrah!

I was impressed with the softness of my skin after just one use, and my make up seemed to go on more smoothly. Added to that, I suspect that I’m getting a better bang for my buck when it comes to moisturiser as there’s nothing to block absorption. A seriously good investment for your skin. €149 at Brown Thomas branches nationwide.

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