My Clarisonic Mia broke right on schedule at the three year mark. I swear they equip those things with an internal destruction timer. For awhile now, I’ve been thinking the Mia isn’t cutting it in terms of power and exfoliating intensity. Recently, Clarisonic rolled out the Pedi Sonic which has a larger base, a stiff brush attachment, and a metal disc head. I’m annoyed by the exorbitant $199 price point, but decided to splurge since the device is returnable. I planned to use it on my face. I know some of you think that is insane. I get it. Truthfully, the metal disc mimics mild microdermabrasion without the suction. The abrasive brush doesn’t really work on the face because of the super stiff brustles. Save the brush for your feet. My skin’s chemically sensitive, but resistant to physical exfoliation, so the hardcore Pedi Sonic option suits me. For most, it will be waaay too abrasive. For those brave enough to try, expect exceptional exfoliation. Deep level shit. Be careful, because the Pedi Sonic is strong and you could sand your face right off. Do I have to mention not to use the same disc on your face as you do your feet? As intended, Pedi Sonic works wonders on feet too. My main complaint: the little fucker doesn’t hold a charge for shit.
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