Angelael P: For the neutrogena wave I usually buy a pack of face scrub that comes without soap. It only cost about $2 or less
Morgan Simmons: "I hate pink" wears pink makeup -_-
Nopi: Well, you are supposed to wash the brush head every now and then..
Madame Vanity: flashing Prada in the background.
Lev Villanueva: Cassandra Bangson. Sounds like an upcoming triple x starlet.
xocxnxtox123: 2 years ago, that's probably how much the Clarisonic Pro cost. I just purchased the Mia for $99 and I know the Mia 2 is $149 so I can definitely see Clarisonic charging another $100-$150 for the Pro, especially 2 years ago when Clarisonics were becoming popular.
Michelle Nguyen: She did this review in 2012. The product must have been a lot more expensive then. I remember it being more than 200, and now it's ~ 100?
Jaden G: She "hates" pink, yet she's covered head to toe, (earrings, blush, lipstick, top,) in PINK, she lies and her cats are boring. Next!!
Priscilla Nieto: The Neutrogena Wave looks very scary with the way it rotates. Seems like it would be way to harsh and tear at the skin. Glad that my Clarisonic Mia only vibrates like an electric toothbrush!
Chimi Dashark: so does that mean u r a teen?? look way older
Tubenuub: If you clean your brush head every time with anti-bacterial soap and pat it off after use, so it's not all wet for hours (breeding ground for bacteria), you should be fine :)
Amanda Marie: Gabby, you have to keep in mind this video is 2 years old
KrissXox0: I have the older version of the neutrogena wave and it has Velcro on it so I just put a cotton pad on it I don't know if the newer one has Velcro on it but if it does it works well!
Jessica Cortez: Clarisonics aren't exfoliates they are cleansers
gaby varela: Her information is all wrong. First of all, I use a Clarisonic and it was NOT $300-$400. I got it for $149 at Macy's. Second of all he brushes are NOT $40 dollars. They are only $19, I suggest that before you post a review on Youtube.com you find reliable information, cause you are misleading the public. The prices of both gadgets are extremely off, and btw if you hate pink, why are you wearing a pink shirt?
Aleks Ich: these cats are living the american dream
consume, consume, consume, sleep. thats why they are FATASSES³. xD!
@cassandra: dont spoil yo cats that much damn girl. btw, you are hot. <3
Hnan amora: you changed my opinion to buy clarisonic
Ruxandra Bogdan: Personally I found that other than removing my makeup, the Neutrogina didn't do anything else for my skin. My skin didn't seem softer, smoother or less acne prone, but that just might be me. I just got the Clarisonic and i am loving it so far! Ive only used it 4 times and I already see a difference in my skin; the tone is much more even and i have a lot less of those annoying little bumps! Just my two cents :)
Natural Saph: You need to do a bit more research on the devices. The Clarisonic does not exfoliate. It simply gives to a better cleanse than you would get with manual cleansing. The bush oscillates. This is meant to work with the skins natural elasticity, flexing the pores to allow water to rush in and back out (removing any dirt in the pore). They do make it very clear that it does not exfoliate.
Neutrogena Wave VS Clarisonic Pro - Review & Comparison For Acne Prone Skin!5
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