What's your main skin concern? Learn how the Clarisonic Sonic Method benefits you.

EXPLORE:  

Fine Lines & Wrinkles

SONIC CLEANSING

  • Creates smoother, softer skin
  • Primes the skin to be more receptive to anti-aging treatments

OPAL SONIC INFUSION

  • Reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles around the eye contour
 
Source: ESDR Poster 2012; 367

Enlarged Pores & Excess Oil

SONIC CLEANSING

  • Gently oscillates back and forth to physically flex the pores, loosening trapped debris and reducing pore appearance
  • Efficiently removes excess oily patches and shine for a supersonic deep clean without irritation
  • Is gentle yet powerful enough for twice daily cleansing
 
Source: PBL Report 2013-016; Clinical Evaluation of Pore Appearance Reduction by Sonic Device and Topical Cleansing Therapies

Rough Surface, Uneven Texture

SONIC CLEANSING

  • Reduces dry, rough patches on face and body for a smoother, softer look and feel
  • Increases the absorption of refining skincare products

OPAL SONIC INFUSION

  • Treats the delicate skin around the eye contour and softens the appearance of uneven texture and wrinkles
 
Source: AAD Poster 2013;P6732

Dullness, Lack of Radiance

SONIC CLEANSING

  • Reveals skin's natural healthy radiance with twice-daily use
  • Primes face and body for brightening skincare products

OPAL SONIC INFUSION

  • Immediately hydrates and brightens tired looking eyes
     
 
Source: J Am Acad Dermatol 2008;58:AB25 P225

Acne-Prone, Frequent Blemishes

SONIC CLEANSING

  • Unplugs pores, dissolving oil and debris that cause skin imperfections
  • Is powerful yet gentle for compromised skin
  • Enhances absorption of acne skincare treatments and topicals


     
 
Source: J Invest Dermatol (2013)133: S170; Poster 997

Loss of Firmness & Elasticity

SONIC CLEANSING

  • Primes face and body for firming skincare products

OPAL SONIC INFUSION

  • Enhances serum absorption for an eye area that looks immediately hydrated and creates a smoother canvas for makeup
 
Source: J Am Acad Dermatol 2008;58:AB25 P225