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Charging Your Clarisonic: Q&A

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Guest Post Courtesy of the Clarisonic Blog

We love getting questions from our users as we want to make sure our cleansing and infusion devices are as easy to use as possible.

In order to make sure that our fans have all the necessary information on how to properly charge their Clarisonic, we compiled a list of customer questions along with their answers:

How do I know when the Clarisonic needs to be recharged?

Sonic Cleansing Brushes: When the charge is low, the brush handle will beep immediately following the brushing cycle to alert you to place it in the cradle for charging.

Opal: When the system battery needs to be charged, the LED flashes and the Infuser pulses progressively from 1 to 5 times after the run cycle, beginning when the unit has 5 minutes of charge remaining (1 pulse), and again at the end of each use until the battery requires additional charge for continued use (5 pulses).

How long does a full battery charge last? How long does it take to charge?

Sonic Cleansing Brushes: Allow 18 hours for a full charge. A full battery charge lasts for 20 minutes of use, which is approximately 20 days when used once daily.

Opal: Allow 24 hours for a full charge. A full battery charge lasts for 45 minutes of use, which is approximately 45 days when used once a day around each eye or 21 days when used twice a day.

Refer to the comparison chart for a detailed description of charging intervals.

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Charging Your Clarisonic: Q&A


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