Buy At: Sephora, Ulta
Other Types: Mia, Aria, Acne & Plus
Brush Heads: Normal, Sensitive, Delicate, Deep Pore, Acne & Body
On Clarisonic's Website: http://www.clarisonic.com/shop/sonic_skin_cleansing_systems/sonic_skin_cleansing_system_mia2/#
The Mia 2 differs from the original Mia, because it has a pulsing "T-Timer" and comes with a protective travel case. The Mia 2 also has 2 speed settings, while the Mia only has 1. The last difference is that the Mia comes in 6 colors, and the Mia 2 comes in 11 colors. I have the boring white one, because someone else purchased this for me. The Clarisonics also come with a cleanser.
How To Use the Clarisonic Mia 2
The Clarisonic is super easy to use. It only has 2 buttons, one being the power button and one being the speed button. When you get the Clarisonic you first need to charge it for 24 hours. The charger charges the device by magnetically attaching to the Clarisonic, which is really cool. Once it's all charged, wet the brush head & your face and put face cleanser on the brush or your face. Press the power button to start the the brush. Like I said before, the Mia 2 has a pulsing "T-Timer" which means it pulses after a certain time, letting you know when to switch what part you are cleaning, it's very similar to an electric toothbrush. The "T-Timer" goes off after 20 seconds of cleaning your forehead, 20 seconds of cleaning your nose & chin, and 10 seconds for each cheek. Once the minute is up, the Clarisonic turns off. See? Super easy! The brush head is also easy to remove by applying pressure and twisting counterclockwise (like a medicine container)
I really like the Clarisonic system and think that it's worth looking into and spending the money on. It makes your face feel much cleaner and softer than using your hands to wash your face. It's very simple and easy to use, making it great for everyone. You can also use this for multiple people if each person has their own brush head.