Clarisonic Opal Sonic Infusion System: Product Review

by Martina Gonzalez

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What is the Clarisonic Opal Sonic Infusion System?

Clarisonic introduced the most popular cleansing brush on the market, the Clarisonic Skincare Brush, nearly a decade ago. The new Clarisonic Opal Sonic Infusion System incorporates the sonic wave effect of the original with anti-aging technology. The soothing vibrations massage Anti-Aging Sea Serum into the outer layers of the skin. Users will be left with skin that’s smoother, tighter, and more moisturized than before, according to Clarisonic. The Opal Sonic Infusion System specifically targets the undereye area to help de-puff dark under eye circles and soften fine lines.

The Anti-Aging Sea Serum included in the kit was specially designed to complement the sonic technology. It contains marine extracts, which pull the skin tighter and allow it to appear firmer. The Anti-Aging Sea Serum also includes ingredients derived from desert plants, which moisturize and restore tissue fullness. The Clarisonic Opal Sonic Infusion System’s gentle vibrations help the product to penetrate deeper into the skin for quicker results.

Does the Clarisonic Opal Sonic Infusion System work?

The Clarisonic Opal Sonic Infusion System includes the infuser, a charger, a 90-day supply of Anti-Aging Sea Serum dispensing caps, and a replacement tip. When the infuser is charged, attach one cap of the sea serum to the magnetic base. Press the dispensing button until there’s enough serum for one use—about the size of a dime. Run the infuser over the skin, using small circular motions. Concentrate on problem areas where you may have fine lines or dry skin. Feel free to use it under your eyes, as the Opal Sonic Infusion System is safe for the eye area.

The results of the system aren’t immediate. Clarisonic advises users to brush their skin with the infuser twice a day. After twelve weeks, 80% of users saw an improvement in their fine lines and wrinkles.

Cost and Availability

The Clarisonic Opal Sonic Infusion System is available at some dermatologists and skincare offices for about $250. You can also find it online and at specialty beauty stores.

Beyond the Clarisonic Opal Sonic Infusion System

The Clarisonic Opal Sonic Infusion System may provide some improvement for signs of aging around the eye area, but the results will be subtle and happen gradually. If you’re looking for a permanent, immediate, and more noticeable change you may want to look into an in-office procedure. Dermal fillers like Radiesse and Restylane are popular options to combat undereye aging. To find out how these procedures can work for you, contact Healthy Skin Portal to schedule a free appointment with a local skincare specialist.

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