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Clarisonic Mia for 70-yr old skin?

Started 1261264051 in Beauty Banter | Last reply 1261370495 by Mystical
Is the Mia safe for 70-yr. old skin? I purchased it but am a little leery because of my older skin. Are there any older women out there using the Mia? If so, can you tell me your experiences please, good or bad. Thanks.

Over 70 years old, very dry skin, no wrinkles except for deep lines around mouth.

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oscargirl1261264494510 PostsRegistered 3/11/2009
Mystical- I would check the reviews under the full size Clarisonic- it looks like older women are finding it works just fine, so would expect the same with the MIA.

MalteseMom­ma12612653057470 PostsRegistered 8/15/2006Formally Corgimom
72 and I use the full size one 2x a day
all it is ,is a vibra*ing brush why does everyone worry about it so much ?:|
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Edited by Corgiemom at 12/19/2009 2:32 PM PST

Last edited on 12/19/2009

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Mystical12612656121017 PostsRegistered 4/22/2008
Thanks for the tips, ladies. Now I feel better about making the plunge.

Over 70 years old, very dry skin, no wrinkles except for deep lines around mouth.

"Women Are Not Men's Property!"

KimberlyD1261266059755 PostsRegistered 11/26/2006
some people worried because for some of us who have sensitive skin, the regular brush irritated and made our skin red. i just switched to the blue brush and it works fine. there were also some posters whose dermatologist told them not to buy it because it can harm the skin.

Mystical12612814611017 PostsRegistered 4/22/2008
Yes, some reviewers in the past have mentioned broken capillaries and at my age that's the last thing I need. I try to stay away from doctor visits as much as I can!

Over 70 years old, very dry skin, no wrinkles except for deep lines around mouth.

"Women Are Not Men's Property!"

MalteseMom­ma12613430157470 PostsRegistered 8/15/2006Formally Corgimom
I think you need to be careful of how much pressure one uses .no need to be forcefull just let it glide over your skin as it was ment to do. :)
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arrabella12613460901387 PostsRegistered 1/25/2007So. Ca.
73 here and loving it!!

Mystical12613553701017 PostsRegistered 4/22/2008
Glad to hear opinions from you ladies. Would you believe I got scared of it and cancelled it last night. Then I thought about it today and tried to un-cancel but Customer Service told me they were out of them completely and that there wasn't a wait list. Well, I went on-line and there is a wait list so I got on the wait list for the blue one. I do this all the time - order, cancel, and then try to un-cancel. Sometimes it works - sometimes it doesn't. I don't know what's wrong with me. I'm a total mind-changer!

Over 70 years old, very dry skin, no wrinkles except for deep lines around mouth.

"Women Are Not Men's Property!"

millieshops126135565514462 PostsRegistered 3/15/2007
I have skin that has 68 years of use. I love my Clairisonic. I use gentle pressure and the gentle brush on my face.. For cleanser I've used Reclaim and Purity.
I also love Philosophy's Microdelivery Exfoliating Wash, but I won't use it on my face with the Clairisonic. I have the Plus version and I do use the Exfoliating Wash on my arms and legs with the body brush.

cats tail1261356376107 PostsRegistered 7/25/2005
as of Friday, I am 77. Have been using the clarisonic
for about 1 month and love it. No adverse reactions and I tend to have sensitive skin. Hope this helps. Susan

Mystical12613704951017 PostsRegistered 4/22/2008
Thanks for all the info, ladies. Now for sure I will stay on the waitlist and not cancel.

Over 70 years old, very dry skin, no wrinkles except for deep lines around mouth.

"Women Are Not Men's Property!"

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