Prototypes of the Clarisonic

February 22 [Fri], 2013, 18:15
Cleansing is an essential first step in any healthy skin care regimen. You’ve seen how the Clarisonic Mia 2 sonic technology works within the skin’s natural elasticity and delivers a gentle yet effective cleanse. Another interesting function of the patented sonic oscillation is its ability to “flush” impurities from pores.

Many people are confused as to the difference of sonic oscillation technology versus spinning technology. The video below shows you how the technologies differ under water. In turn the “fluid forces” that you see in the water reflect the way moisture on your face is used when you are cleansing to help flush impurities from your pores.

Hopefully the video gave you a better idea of the differences. To enter our Mia Giveaway, tell us how the fluid forces of spinning and sonic oscillation differ in the comments below. Good luck!You know that the Sonicare toothbrush inspired the sonic oscillation technology of the Clarisonic, but do you know how we came up with the system we have today? The first Clarisonic prototype consisted of steel bars to move the skin. Needless to say, that pinched a bit.

After more than 10 prototypes, the motion was perfected. Take a trip back through the first prototypes of the Clarisonic to learn how we created the most preferred facial brush today.
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