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Dr. Robb Answers: Are the Clarisonic and Opal safe for use during pregnancy?

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Guest Post Courtesy of the Clarisonic Blog

Pregnancy can wreak havoc on your hormones and your skin. The Clarisonic’s patented Sonic Technology removes 6x more makeup than manual cleansing alone by gently gliding over the skin. The sonic micro-message loosens and removes dirt and oil from pores, clarifying skin without harsh chemicals therefore,   improving skin texture . The Sonic technology removes pollutants, oil and bacteria that accumulate on the skin giving a sonic boost to your skin care products and reducing the need for harsh chemicals. Dr. Robb lends his expertise as he answers the question, are the Clarisonic and Opal safe to use during pregnancy and on my bump? Dr. Robb says that both the Clarisonic and Opal are safe to use on your face for daily cleansing during pregnancy.

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Dr. Robb Answers: Are the Clarisonic and Opal safe for use during pregnancy?


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