Brush Heads, Cleansers, & Accessories.*
Sensitive Brush Head
All Skin Types
Ideal for most skin types, including sensitive and combination skin, the Clarisonic Sensitive Brush Head provides a gentle yet thorough cleanse. Compatible with all Clarisonic facial cleansing devices.
About Clarisonic Brush Heads
Clarisonic Brush Heads are expertly engineered for a specific skin type or skin concern, and are optimally designed to work at the precise frequency of our devices. Made with super-soft, quick-drying DuPont® Tynex® Supersoft Filament, each bristle is uniquely rounded on the end or specifically texturized to provide a gentle and comfortable cleanse.
We cannot guarantee the efficacy, durability, or long term impact on the device itself, of brush heads not engineered by Clarisonic.
A Cleansing Breakthrough
|Cleansing is the essential first step in a healthy skin care ritual. The patented Clarisonic Sonic Cleansing Brush uses a sonic frequency of more than 300 movements per second to deeply cleanse the skin far more effectively, yet more gently, than traditional superficial cleansing or simple rotating brushes. The result is noticeably smoother, more radiant skin.|
Clarisonic Cleansing by the Numbers
|6X||More makeup than manual cleansing||90%||Report more radiant, glowing skin|
|84%||Report softer skin|
|61%||Greater absorption of Vitamin C after use||2X||Daily use is proven safe and gentle|
How to Clean Your Clarisonic Brush Heads
Using Your Clarisonic Sonic Cleansing Brush
What is Sonic Cleansing?
How to Replace Your Brush Head
For best results, replace your brush head every 3 months.
- To remove the brush head:
1) Grip the brush head firmly, then push and twist it counter-clockwise.
2) Pull the brush head away from the handle.
- To attach the brush head:
Push down and twist the head clockwise until it snaps into place.
Tip: Use the brush head cap to easily remove and attach the brush head with a simple twist.
Clarisonic makes a variety of interchangeable brush heads, uniquely designed and engineered for specific skin types or conditions. Visit our Brush Head Comparison Chart for more information.