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The Clarisonic Sonic Skin Cleansing System is gentle enough for use twice daily and should be used as part of your daily skin care routine.
Yes, and both sensitive and delicate brush heads are available for more sensitive skin types. If you use another cleanser, test it with the Sonic Skin Cleansing System on your forearm prior to using it on your face. Some cleansers, including those with acids, may irritate your skin when used with the Sonic Skin Cleansing System.*
If you are under a doctor’s care for any skin condition, or if you have or think you may have a skin condition, consult your physician. Do not use the Sonic Skin Cleansing System if you:
The Sonic Skin Cleansing System is remarkably gentle for all skin types, including skin affected by complicated conditions.** Ask your dermatologist why gentle cleansing is so important for the skin of people suffering from seborrheic dermatitis, rosacea and acne.
* Unless recommended by a skin care professional
Once a week, wash the brush head and the handle separately using warm soapy water to remove any residue buildup. The handle is sealed and fully waterproof. Never attempt to open the brush handle for any reason. To dry the brush after use, rub the brush head against a towel for 5–10 seconds while it is powered on. Do not use abrasive cleaners or chemicals to clean any part of the handle or brush head. Do not put any part of the handle in a dishwasher.
We recommend replacing your brush head every 3–4 months.
Nickel–Metal Hydride (commonly abbreviated as NiMH).
They come on when the unit is turned off during the cleansing cycle, and flash for 30 seconds. They indicate that the unit is in “pause mode”, and that the T–TIMER is paused and will resume when the unit is turned back on. If both the green and orange light (classic only) blink at the end, it means the unit needs to be recharged.
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