COMPETITION : WIN A CLARISONIC

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Win a Clarisonic Plus sonic skincare cleanser for your face and body

Competition ends on Aug 31st 2010.

Clarisonic is pleased to give away 1 top of the range sonic skincare cleanser.

Thanks to a new skincare innovation women and men can have a professional facial experience but with at-home convenience. Clarisonic® is the first sonic skincare cleansing device which harnesses micro-massage technology to clean the face just like a powered toothbrush.   It is already well accepted amongst leading dermatologists and spas, who recommend it for the daily cleansing of skin; however until recently the device has not been available to the home user.

The experience of using Clarisonic is like having a spa facial, offering a deep, penetrating clean that really opens up the pores. Yet it is child’s play to use – just as you would with a toothbrush, you simply apply any non-abrasive facial cleanser to the brush head and switch on. The brush head oscillates 300 times a second, giving the face a deep but gentle massage, working with the skin’s natural elasticity to draw dirt and impurities out, unclogging the pores without harsh abrasion. In fact clinical studies have shown Clarisonic is twice as effective at removing dirt and six times better at removing make-up than manual cleansing.

To enter the competition please provide a photo of yourself and a 50 word paragraph “I would love to win a Clarisonic because ………” to info@gabrielleteare.com

For more information please visit www.clarisonic.com/uk

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