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Clarisonic Mia 2 with case and Purity...

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Is it worth $137? I have the older Mia and love it but I've had it for a few years and always worried it will die on me. I also wanted one with a case to travel so I guess I should bite the bullet and get it. Help me! Thanks

OVER 60: SKIN - menopausal, dry, not sensitive, few eye wrinkles, mouth to chin (puppet) lines.
HAIR - dry, dyed, curly, frizzy shoulderr length/NOW STRAIGHTENED

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willdob31355585352.99710708 PostsRegistered 10/31/2010
What makes you think yours is going to die? I've had my Mia a few years & it still works perfectly. I have no concerns that it is going to die on me. I think getting a new one would be a waste of money.

willdob31355585400.35310708 PostsRegistered 10/31/2010
I think they are built well. I don't plan on needing to replace mine at all.

CAshopper2­0111355588308.453499 PostsRegistered 12/20/2009
Mine is 3 years and going strong. I did buy the Mia 2 TSV for $122 and it was well worth it with a full sized Fresh Soy cleanser and a half-sized Ole Hendricksen Truth serum. If i were you I'd wait for a TSV to come back around.

BeautyAddi­ction1355588691.1675824 PostsRegistered 6/8/2007NY
Still on the fence cause I am going on a cruise in January and am afraid to take my Mia for fear it will break so I thought this one with the "travel case" would work out well. I would get it in white since I already have the pink.

OVER 60: SKIN - menopausal, dry, not sensitive, few eye wrinkles, mouth to chin (puppet) lines.
HAIR - dry, dyed, curly, frizzy shoulderr length/NOW STRAIGHTENED

Sooner1355588913.0715426 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004

To me they aren't worth anything because I can clean my face fine with a washcloth and not have another electrical appliance to take up space and recharge. But that's just me.

BeautyAddi­ction1355593911.2675824 PostsRegistered 6/8/2007NY
On 12/15/2012 Sooner said:

To me they aren't worth anything because I can clean my face fine with a washcloth and not have another electrical appliance to take up space and recharge. But that's just me.

I disagree cause i have very dry skin and this keeps the flakies away. Anyone out there have two?

OVER 60: SKIN - menopausal, dry, not sensitive, few eye wrinkles, mouth to chin (puppet) lines.
HAIR - dry, dyed, curly, frizzy shoulderr length/NOW STRAIGHTENED

smhr1355595095.0433822 PostsRegistered 1/16/2012laid back and mellow town USA
On 12/15/2012 Sooner said:

To me they aren't worth anything because I can clean my face fine with a washcloth and not have another electrical appliance to take up space and recharge. But that's just me.


ITA.

... and anyone in the skincare "know", knows chemical exfoliants takes care of dry, flaky skin. This coming from someone with dry skin. Take a jar of glycolic acid on the trip.

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