Clarisonic Debuts Anti-Aging System, Making Good On Innovation Promise
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Clarisonic announced plans in late 2016 to outsource device manufacturing and focus on innovation, and the brand figures in parent L’Oreal’s vision for a “comeback” in skin care. The newly launched Clarisonic Smart Profile Uplift system combines core cleansing technology with a specialized Firming Massage Head for benefits across 15 signs of aging, the company says.
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