Ok, so if any of you did not hear, I had ordered a Clarisonic Mia through Amazon.com. A few months after using it, it stopped working and would not hold it’s charge. When it said it was fully charged, it would not turn on. So after a little bit of confusion, we called Clarisonic. When we gave them the product number of my Clarisonic, they said that they did not manufacture this product. Either they were wrong, or I got a fake one from Amazon. After doing some research, I read that many people have also gotten fake Clarisonics from Amazon. Hear me out here : It is not Amazon.com’s fault, it is the seller that sells through Amazon’s fault. After calling Amazon, they said we could return it with a full refund. I ordered a new Clarisonic from Clarisonic.com (even though it was a little more expensive) and after a few days we got an email telling us that they did not have the color I wanted in stock, I had to choose a different one. The purpose of this post is to say that I just got my new Clarisonic today, in the color Mango. Even though it says to charge for 24 hours before use, I still used it. You can definitely tell the difference of vibrations, and brush heads from the fake one. Overall, I love my Clarisonic and wanted to warn you that ordering one off of Amazon might not be the best idea. For all I know, that was the only seller with fake Clarisonics on Amazon, and they are cheaper there. Thanks for reading this!
*All opinions were mine and I did not get paid or sponsored or anything to write this*
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If you have really dirty makeup brushes, and you want them to be as clean as when you first bought them, read below.
– 1 cup of hot water
– 1 tablespoon of white vinegar.
– Mix the white vinegar with the cup of hot water.
– Put your makeup brush in the cup.
– Let the brush soak in the cup for 20 minutes.
– Rinse the brush under hot water.
– Now rinse the brush again under cold water.
– Pat brush dry with a towel.
– Make sure to shape the brush.
– Lay the brush down on a towel, slightly slanted at a 35 degree angle, so any water in the brush can drip down. Have the bristles facing down.
This DIY will dissolve the dirt and makeup from the brush, and disinfect it to kill built up bacteria.
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