Joel Schlessinger MD answers frequently asked questions about Clarisonic Aria

Friday, January 4th, 2013

The first step to a healthy, beautiful complexion is a proper cleansing regimen. Traditional cleansing methods can leave dirt and other impurities behind, which may cause acne breakouts and enlarged pores. Fortunately, there are several cleansing tools available to help boost your skin care routine. Joel Schlessinger MD’s recent presentation covers the Clarisonic Aria, one of the latest skin cleansing tools on the market.

In the presentation, Joel Schlessinger MD answers frequently asked questions about the Aria and what sets it apart from traditional cleansing methods. With three speeds to help you customize your cleansing, Clarisonic’s newest skin care tool was named one of the top splurges in Allure magazine’s 2012 Best of Beauty Awards. Other improvements on this new model include a sleek, modern design, a real-time batter life indicator, a dual-functioning stand and a USB-enabled pLink charger for easier travel.

This skin care tool comes highly recommended by dermatologists and aestheticians nationwide. The Aria cleanses with Clarisonic’s patented sonic technology, which uses a frequency of more than 300 movements per second to clean the complexion six times better than with hands alone. Sonic technology also better prepares your skin for absorption of creams, serums and moisturizers.

Using the Aria can improve your complexion in more ways than one. The cleansing brush exfoliates to remove dulling skin cells while its micro-massage motion loosens clogged pores to remove dirt, oil and makeup that become trapped inside over time. Read more expert commentary from Joel Schlessinger MD on how proper cleansing and exfoliation can help minimize the appearance of large pores. For personalized treatment options, you should always make an appointment to see your local dermatologist.

What is your secret to clean, clear and beautiful skin? Do you cleanse with a Clarisonic Aria? Share your experience with us in the comments.