Subtitle: MizFit Gets Girly in the Name of Outside the Box Living.
I know, right?
And no. It isnt because I have about 26 more days left in my thirties.
I accepted the Clarisonic Challenge because I was curious.
Im a skeptic by nature and even more so when it comes gimmicky things which old school applications (AKA wash cloth and soap) seem to handle quite adeptly.
I also said yes because my mouth is a bighugefan of the other product the company manufactures.
Please to enjoy.
AFTER (and yes. that sound you hear is me crackingthehellup at this whole thing.):
What did we learn today? (thanks for asking)
Yes, if you tend toward the tomboy end of the spectrum as I do, you might enjoy a little fancypants skin care somthin’ somethin’ every now & again.
That said, I think for me (& bear in mind Ive used the ‘system’ for a week) it was 90% placebo effect and 10% lovingly scrubbing away my dead skin cells.
I invested the time in myself, choose to spend time taking care of of my epidermis and, as a result, *thought* I looked better & definitely felt better about my countenance.
What struck me the most about this entire beauty-experience was how similar the investing and choosing was to my healthy lifestyle.
I rarely invest time in my appearance (please to see owning no hairbrush & cross reference under lacking in make-up) & typically choose not to care beyond basic maintainence (soap, lotion, sunscreen).
This Test Drive was kind of an AH HA! moment for me.
I finally “got” how primping & investing in one’s external is almost the same whether it’s lunges or lipstick.
Would I purchase this product/recommend that you run out and git it for yourself?
Those are currently my treats of choice (oh and this) and a woman can only have so many indulgences.
Would I recommend you run & get it?
I’d say you’d know the answer to that better than I.
Did you watch the video and think HOLY LORD THAT LOOKS COOL? Then yes. It is, indeed, as fanTIZtastic as they say/it appears.
Have you used the same Dr. Bronners & a swath of cloth to scrub your face for the past decade? Then probably not.
(That concludes the least helpful product review you shall ever read.)
Wish you had more info on how the Clarisonic Skin Care Brush uses a patented sonic frequency of more than 300 movements per second to clean your skin?
Longing to know what the Toddler attempted to use the system for when she thought I wasnt looking?
Wanna bitch and moan that I couldnt get one for a giveaway? Hang in there. We mightcould get one soon!
Please to hit us all up in the comments.