5 Dupes for Clarisonic
Based on 2,179 Influenster Reviews
Clarisonic's Sonic Face Brushes have become a crucial step in many skincare-lovers' routines. It's a multi-purpose tool that exfoliates and deep-cleanses, leaving your skin brighter, clearer, and more radiant. A handful of Influensters swear they can't live without their Clarisonic, but for many it is simply too expensive. Although the brand offers a few variations of their face brushes, you should expect to spend at least $150 on one of these scrubbers, and another $30 on replacement heads every few months. It's a pricey purchase and a long-term commitment that many people are just not willing to make.
If you've always loved the thought of a Clarisonic but could not get past the price tag, consider these affordable Clarisonic dupes.
I went back and forth between the two, reading reviews and so on, and it was when I finally saw a report by a dermatologist who said that the Clarisonic works great in cleaning the skin but that it's not an exfoliator and doesn't stop wrinkles. So, I figured that if what the Clarisonic boils down to is a facial cleansing brush, well, why not just go with the Olay for a whole lot less. So, I did. And it's great!
I generally use a make-up wipe before using the Olay Pro-X brush; however, I did a little test early on and used the brush (on a fully made-up face) BEFORE using the make-up wipe. Believe it or not, when I wiped my face after using the brush, there was NOTHING on the wipe. It did that good a job of cleaning my face! So, I'm happy. And very happy I didn't fork over $200. And my skin looks beauuutiful! ...read more