How to Use the Clarisonic Vibrator

by Candice Abrams

The Clarisonic helps removed trapped dirt and oil left behind by bacteria, makeup and skin care products. By using it for just one minute a day, you can get cleaner and clearer skin. More importantly, you can use the Clarisonic with any cleanser you are currently using. Once you get used to using the vibrator, you will find that it can also clean other parts of your body, such as your knees and your elbows. Using the Clarisonic only takes a few simple steps.

Step 1

Place the Clarisonic in its charging cradle. Allow it to charge for up to 13 hours, if using it for the first time. The light will stop flashing once it has a full charge.

Step 2

Splash your face three times to wet your skin. You want your skin soft enough for the Clarisonic to deep clean your face.

Step 3

Squeeze or pump the cleanser onto the Clarisonic head. You can use the cleansers that came with your Clarisonic kit. You can also use any type of non-abrasive cleanser for a deep clean. Never use exfoliating cleansers with the product. Visit the Clarisonic product page for specific cleansers.

Step 4

Press the “Power” button and place the Clarisonic to a part on your face, such as your cheek or forehead. Rub it on that spot in a gentle, circular motion.

Step 5

Allow it to cleanse your skin for one minute. For example, let it clean your forehead for 20 seconds, your nose and chin for 10 seconds each and your cheeks for 10 seconds each.

Tips

  • You can use the Clarisonic on your neck and other parts of your body.

    Use it twice a day, for one minute each time.

    Use the Clarisonic to exfoliate skin in the shower.

    Replace the heads every three to four months.

Warnings

  • Do not use the Clarisonic if you have cystic acne.

    Ask your dermatologist before using product on your skin.

Photo Credits

  • Jupiterimages/Pixland/Getty Images

About the Author

Candice Abrams has been writing since 2006, contributing to "Coed Media Magazine" and various online publications. Abrams also has experience in the health and fashion fields. She holds an Associate of Arts in communications from Middlesex Community College.