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.
Amanda Marie: Gabby, you have to keep in mind this video is 2 years old
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 :)
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?
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!
Shea Johnson: She did not do her research. The Neutrogena Wave has different refill pads
that you buy separately, you can still use other face cleaning products
with it. I suggest Neutrogena facial cleansers.
The Neutrogena Wave comes in two types of devices: $17.99 Wave Sonic (two
setting: gentle cleansing and deep cleansing) and $10.49 Wave original
Its not geared towards teens, its for everyone
it is in a higher price range $150-$225
the brush heads are quite expensive as well
there are several different brushes for your face & body
by the way you should clean off make up before using either or these
as for the clarisonic its best to put your facial or body cleanser on
yourself then use the brush on top to exfoliate, don't put the cleansing
product directly onto to the brushes
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 :)
Lynne Thai: Have you by any chance tried (or know someone who has) the Olay
Professional Pro-X? I would greatly appreciate any tips/advice regarding
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
brittani smith: I've tried both i like how big the clarisonic is and the neutrogena just
seemed to always die on me and i didn't see any difference in my skin after
two weeks of use.
589hana: I have the neutrogena wave that vibrates and it does a pretty good job at
washing my face. I have used other cleansers with the wave but I have to
massage it in before I use the wave. It seems like not a lot of people on
YouTube seem to be satisfied with the wave sonic though.
Jessica Cortez: Clarisonics aren't exfoliates they are cleansers
Christabel xo: clarisonic mia2 is a MUST BUY beauty product, in fact most of the ppl i
know have this cleansing tool in their daily facial routine, it helps to
remove all the nasty stuffs like blackheads, whiteheads etc etc that lies
underneath your skin, also removes make-up residuals...
kitty kat: Can I please warn everyone DO NOT buy any Clarisonic brushes off ebay or
amazon as they are probably fake. Go to the Clarisonic home page and buy
them there, I just wouldn't want anyone to be disappointed.
Cassandra sorry pet but this was a very poor review, you really haven't
done enough research on both of these products.
xMistyx95x: You can use regular cotton pads on the Neutrogena Wave.
Hnan amora: you changed my opinion to buy clarisonic
brooke penshorn: the blue and green are smaller and don't spin they just kinda buzz.i know
this cause I own both
Marina Gilbert: does she know that "gyp" is a racial slur? wtf?
carina c: shes wearing pink tho...
beautylifestyle: u are like a little sick😁
Camo Chick: Hopefully you stopped saying 'Umm' in your videos.
Connie Craig: Ugly
Bianca Mercurelli: The clarisonic is not an exfoliator! and you're supposed to clean the head
at least once a week and change it every 3 month.
Diana Labode: Haha you are pretty crazy, stay that way :)
PipTheBeautyE.l.f: the wave sonic has different pads, antiaging, acne, exfoliate, and makeup
Caydee Farnworth: Were do you get the waze?
Shivani Mahida: I put boxes under my bed ;P
Casey Caserta: There is no comparison between these two. The clarisonic is NOT a luxury
exfoliator. It is a sonic cleansing brush. It oscillates at 300 times per
second to loosen trapped sebum, makeup and bacteria from pores. You are
supposed to cleanse the brush AT MINIMUM once a week with anti bacterial
soap. The brush heads are $25 for the normal line heads, but the cashmere
cleanse brushes are $30. All the Wave does is get your pad soapy and feel a
buzz on your skin- it does not penetrate the way the clarisonic does. The
clarisonic is worth every penny. I own the Mia 2 and it was the best
ambercromby2: She is soo pretty!!
lapetitebichee: you are so beautiful!
juls robertson: I have used both of these~ I Love my Neutrogena,it works great (for me) I
didn't like the Clarisonic (for me) Neut. is better price point And my skin
FEELS & LOOKS clean,& I like the spinning brush. Claris. vibrates. It
doesn't move so I just don't feel clean.I would actually turn it 'back on'
for a 2nd cycle & still didn't feel clean! I got a refund & went shopping
instead! What works for some~doesn't always work for others.Don't post mean
comments~ EVERYONE CAN HAVE THEIR OWN OPINIONS. ALOHA
Tamia Fedrick: I seen a lavender one
Cupcakebarbie: "But that'
Amy Jarvis: I keep the boxes got storage
RawrTara52: You have no idea what your talking about. These are not comparable at all.
Kelly95925: Ok, lol... The extra boxes you have can be used to store lotions, different
sun blocks, nail polish.. etc.. I use all my extra boxes for these things!
A label maker and a closet all you need! ;) As far as the Neutrogena face
cleaning devices.. I actually loved mine until I started wondering when I
heard all this hype about the brush heads.. The only thing that made me
worry was is there possible condensation happening on those pads I'm
storing and creating a germ breeding ground? They are like sponges after
all then I decided I'd look around and see if I could find a brush like the
Mia and that was even over priced for my liking! So I've settled with the
Olay Pro-X for now but may even go back to the Neutrogena system if I don't
like this brush! Because #1, I never had any problem with it. #2, I always
felt it left my skin clean and #3, I never noticed any mold in the tubes
from the pad holders. -That was just a worry of mine, as to why one may
pick a brush head over there removal pads product. (But I never saw that
happen, I just let it get me carried away to trying the brush over the
pad.) I do think you're right and the Clarisonic, Mia are just over priced
items.. I can't see myself buying that over something else when there's so
many other products lower in price. Thanks for your review!
Catie Kilts: One part water and one part rubbing alcohol and soak for 10-15min and it's
Ally Biase: I got the Neutrogena wave two years ago and I never really liked. I also
made the mistake of getting that pinkish color because I thought it was the
only color and later I saw a pretty blue one at walmart. This past
Christmas I got a clarisonic mia 2 and I love it! It works so much better
than the Neutrogena wave!
harveythepooka: With the clarisonic you can and should be cleaning you brush. Just take it
off and spray it with rubbing alcohol and leave it to air dry. Also with
the Clarisonic you can get different brush heads for different skin types
which is very important imo. I don't change my clarisonic brush head every
3 months like they say, because I don't use it every day.
Nicolle Reber: Cool
MrsDogLover: I have to disagree with you here Cass! When I was 13-14 ish I used the
neutrogena wave and the pads did nothing for my dry combination/
sensitive/acne prone skin with eczma. It actually tugged at my dry patches
and eczma too much that it really really irritated my skin. I asked my
dermatologist about it and she said "The wave? No, no, no never use that,
the 360° motion is actually really bad for your skin." I don't know what
exactly she meant, for if it is bad for all skin types or just ones like
mine... Anyways since then I bought the mia clarisonic and absolutely LOVED
it (loved, past tense). Until I left it along with my entire skincare kit
and some of my makeup on the metro in Washington DC ;(.. I am now getting
the Clarisonic Aria!
lucretia vicuna: Lmol "Oooh yea! Lets rub rocks into our skin!" So true so true, ur really
on_pointe505: great vid but she hates pink and is wearing a pink top and pink earrings!
Angela Hagerman: They do sell different ones
Bo Dangers: Not one of the better reviews I watched...
Madeline Malabe: I use the Professional Pro-X Advanced Cleansing System Although I've never
tried its competition, the Clarisonic, I feel like this is almost the same
thing for a fraction of the price
goldfish1871: this isn't ur best review, cassandra, but i do appreciate the last couple
of lines in this video.
have you bought other similar products to the clarisonic, like the olay
pro-x brush? if so, can you do a review on them?
Hannah Stites: There are many colors(light pink, dark pink, red, purple, blue, green,
ect.) of the calarisonic Mia (look around other stores or online to find
them for $40-50)the reason behind only having two colors of calarisonic pro
is because the pro is used for more "professional" uses. Also it is an
exfoliant when used with a more course brush head(you can find these for
about $10-20 if you look in the right place), there are sprays sold for
weekly bacteria cleansing. I understand you live in a different area but I
have most of the products for clarisonic and they work well.
Kristyn Loggins: Soak the removable head of the Neutrogena Wave in vinegar to remove the
buildup of cleaner.
Also the pads from each of the brands of cleaners Neutrogena, Olay, etc
will fit on the Wave. Olay has an exfoliating pad that I like to use once a
Amy Jarvis: For*