I was so pleased with the way Clarisonic smoothed and polished my face I went out and bought the body brush. It is about 30% bigger in diameter and the bristles are a bit thicker and longer than in the facial brush. When I applied it to my legs I could feel more vibration from this brush than I did to my face. Going in small circles with the brush, it took about a minute to do each leg ( lower part only. After treatment my skin felt so deliciously smooth and soft, I kept touching it, just to confirm the sensation.
Even in my oddly lit leg self-portrait, you can see the benefits of Clarisonic body brush. The” before” leg on the left is dry and flaky while after treatment the leg on the right is smooth and even. Thse results are quite different from those of a loofah. After using a coarse natural sponge my skin felt very very clean, albeit a bit tight and slightly red in spots. By comparison Clarisonic removed only the loose dry skin leaving the skin silky and radiant.
I used Cetaphil, my go-to favorite facial cleanser, but I think that I could do better with a richer formulation. Any suggestions for a moisturizing body wash? I want a rich, but fragrance free formulation. I tend to favor all fragrance free products, but in the summer months it is especially important to avoid sweet smelling products because fragrance tends to attract flies and bees. Nothing wreaks a smooth leg line like lumpy, red, itchy bug bites.
The Clarisonic brush is pleasantly affordable at $29.95 and its available at Amazon. If you have already purchased the Clarisonic device, you’ve already made the bigger investment in your skin and the body brush is an excellent add-on.