Clarisonic Mia Prima 1-Speed Sonic Facial Cleansing Brush
- Cleansing brushes help you gently remove stubborn makeup, and exfoliate your body without agitating your skin.
- Versatile, powerful and completely innovative, our groundbreaking new face brush leverages Clarisonic's patented technology to transform your skincare routine forever.
- You can even effortlessly apply makeup for a fabulously flawless finish.
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The Clarisonic Difference
#1 US Dermatologist Recommended
Clarisonic invented sonic skin cleansing in 2004 and uses patented oscillation technology to flush pores with water for surface and deep pore cleansing. Clarisonic delivers infinitely better skin, cleansing skin 6x better than hands alone. Gentle enough for twice-a-day use, Clarisonic devices are the #1 most recommended skin cleansing devices by US dermatologists.*
*Based on a 2018 survey of 600 US dermatologists who recommend cleansing devices
Use in the Shower or Bath
Mia Prima is waterproof! Take Clarisonic into your shower or bath tub to get the most out of your cleansing routine.
100 Minutes of Use Per Charge
Charge your device using the USB cord - up to 100 minutes of use per charge.
Gentle Enough for Sensitive Skin
Our devices are dermatologist tested for gentleness and suitable for sensitive skin types. Clarisonic does not disrupt the skin barrier like strong exfoliants, therefore they are safe to use twice daily.
We Do Not Spin!
Spinning and rotating brushes can twist and tug on delicate skin. Our gentle back and forth movement paired with water, creates a vacuum effect to remove dirt, oil and makeup from the skin’s surface and pores.
Know When to Replace Brush Head
Built-in time strip activates by itself when you attach your brush head. Use as a reminder to replace your brush head when it turns red.
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P.S. There's no advantage in buying the new Mia Smart which shares the same body design unless you're into the firming massage heads or the body brush head. For that price, you might as well dual wield the Mia Prima. The daily radiance brush is great for the body. The USB charging port on the Mia Prima is superior to the wireless dock of the Mia Smart because the device rarely needs to be charged and the dock is a waste of counter space. The gentle mode of the Mia Smart is unnecessary because the Mia Prima starts off at 80% power for the first 2 weeks and a redesigned sensitive brush head with the outer elastomer bristles will be released in two months.
Seriously, who the HELL has a USB-plug in their bathroom?? For a product that doesn't link up to an app anyway?? They really couldn't have included the $5 adaptor in the box?? Talk about a poor business decision!
But, you might ask, why didn't I check to see what kind of plug it came with? Really? For a personal care product that is designed to be used in an area with a sink and/or a shower and get wet, areas where I've never, ever, seen a USB plug, why would I even think to wonder what kind of plug comes with this? I have several electric "personal care" products (hair dryer, toothbrush, waterpick) that are all less than 3 years old, that all have traditional plugs. Why would I think to ask if I needed an adaptor for something like this?
So, I can either charge this thing in my office which is just bizarre to me, return it, or find a place that sells a wall plug adapter and HOPE that it doesn't burn the stupid thing out (sadly, I found out the hard way that they are NOT all interchangeable).
Moreover, the Prima arrived with a “New Daily Radiance” Brush Head. This new brush head is unlike all other brush heads in the Mia line and deserves some additional information which I could not find in the packaging, on the Clarisonic website, nor on Amazon or other Clarisonic retailers’ websites. So I chatted online with Tiffany at Clarisonic - no waiting and considerably helpful discussion. I have included images of the front and back of the new and older style Mia brush heads for comparison and orientation as you read my comments which follow:
Viewing the back of the brush head (lower brush in Image #1) one can see a foil strip in the center with a clear Plastic holder inserted on top. The foil strip covers an ink-based "time-to-replace" indicator visible on the brush side of the head. The plastic holder has an elevated plastic piece which appears to be a “pull tab”. Precaution! This clear plastic piece IS NOT a Pull Tab and it must be left in place during assembly of the Brush Head into the Mia Prima body. Assembly is the same as with other brush heads but due to this plastic tab over the usage-time indicator foil backing, more effort must be exerted to assemble: First, align the three openings in the locking grooves on the outer circumference of the brush head with the three brass pins deep inside the inner body of the Mia Prima; then Push the brush head down FIRMLY into the Mia Prima body, and Rotate it clockwise until the brush head clicks into place in the Mia Prima body. As others have mentioned, this is easier to accomplish with the plastic brush protective and drying head cover in place. Also, placing the plastic cover onto the newer brush heads can bend out the outer brush hairs, so rotating the cover about ¼ turn while centering and fitting the cover into place over the brushes and clicking it onto the brush head helps to prevent crimping the outer brush hairs. This is too hard, so we will only use the plastic cover when traveling.
Using the Ink Indicator: In the middle of the brushes themselves on the Daily Radiance Brush Head (lower brush in Image #2) is an off-centered OVAL-shaped hole. With repeated brush head usage over time this hole will fill in with an ink indicator. When the oval hole fills in completely (about 3-4 months in normal use), the fully colored oval indicates that the brush head may best be replaced for optimal performance. No ink is visible in the beginning, so simply look for a change in color within the OVAL.
The “Daily Radiance” Brush Head is the only current Clarisonic Brush Head featuring this new, foil-backed “time strip” indicator which is actually better described as a “Usage Ink-Strip Indicator” (lower brush in Images #1 and #2). After Thanksgiving 2018 a second, new “Sensitive Skin” Brush Head will be introduced which also will feature this new foil backed time-usage ink indicator.
What replacement Brush Heads are compatible with the Mia Prima? Tiffany says Most Standard Mia Brushes made by Clarisonic... EXCEPT:
Specialty Brush Heads such as Clarisonic’s Firming Massage Head, Sonic Awakening Eye Massager and the body and pedi brush heads are NOT compatible with the Mia Prima.
Finally, NONE of the brushes “rotate” – they only gently vibrate. On the Daily Radiance Brush Head and probably most others, only the center white brushes vibrate while the fixed outer brushes remain motionless. There are different brush firmness options for varying cleansing and exfoliation purposes. And there are several operational videos depicting optionally applying a little cleansing soap or lotion to the brush head before use.