So Fresh and So Clean with the Clarisonic Mia

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When I was pregnant with my son, my skin was amazing. My cheeks were rosy, and I had the glow that everyone talks about. After giving birth, it was another story. My hormones were wacked out and I had a zit for every day of the week, not to mention discoloration in more than a few areas. Fast forward three years later and I’m still battling the same issues. I’ve searched high and low for answers. I’ve researched creams and gels so furiously that I should have a degree in cosmetology.

But, nothing has worked better on my skin than simply getting a good clean. And, the Clarisonic Mia has been instrumental in transforming my face from bland to glam.  It took me a while to jump on the bandwagon, but after hearing friends rave about it, I had to give it a try.

Created by the primary inventor of the Sonicare Toothbrush, The Clarisonic uses the same sonic frequency that produces over 300 movements per second creating a flexing action that uses inner and outer brushes to deeply and gently loosen oil, dirty and make up. Just a few uses and I saw a difference. After a few weeks, I noticed that my skin was starting to clear up and moisturizers were absorbing better.

The best part? The Mia comes in a variety of super cool colors and patterns. Choose the pink Mia and Clarisonic will donate funds to Look Good…Feel Better, a national public service program dedicated to helping woman offset appearance-related changes from cancer treatments.

It’s a bit pricey at $119, but considering how much one spends on face creams and washes each year, it’s definitely a great investment.

Meet the Author | Christina Montoya Fiedler

Christina Montoya Fiedler is a Los Angeles native - born and raised. Before becoming a mom, and writing for various parenting sites so she could be home full time with her son, she was a publicist representing environmentally progressive architects and contractors - one of whom just finished building a home completely out of parts from a Boeing 747. Now that's cool!

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