WANTS IT: Clarisonic Opal Sonic Infusion System

Clarisonic Opal Sonic Infusion System

Dear Santa,

Is it to late to ask for Christmas pressies? Maybe you can get me a new Clarisonic Opal Sonic Infusion System and next year deduct it from my other gifts.

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Anyone see the new Clarisonic Opal Sonic Infusion System?

I wants one. Like now.

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Come Spring the Clarisonic Opal Sonic Infusion System hits the market and I’m seriously considering breaking open my piggie bank to get me one.

The unit actually concentrates on the eye area and combines sonic micro-massage with proprietary anti-aging serum for immediate and long lasting reduction of fine lines and wrinkles around the eye area.

My eyes are one of my main concerns. I’ve already started noticing fine lines plus add in puffiness and I start to worry majorly. The unit does appear a little harsh for the eye area as we are always taught to be super gentle with the skin under our eyes however I am trusting Clarisonic that this unit will turn into something genius.

Opal’s soothing, gentle vibrations infuse Anti-Aging Serum into the epidermis where it begins to work immediately. In clinical studies most women reported seeing an immediate reduction in fine lines and wrinkles and firmer, brighter, more hydrated skin in just one minute. The results typically last for hours and benefits improve over time according to Clarisonic.

The Clarisonic Opal combines a soft applicator tip, precision tuned sonic frequency, and a proprietary gentle kneading motion to maximize transfer of serum into the epidermis. The anti-aging serum is integrated within the Opal’s dispensing cap.

I’m unsure how much the Opal will be but I remember reading somewhere between $200-$250 dollars but don’t quote me on that price as maybe I imagined seeing that.

Honestly, it sounds incredible and I’m really wanting to take a closer look at the unit. Perhaps it won’t be a dramatic difference for me as I only have finer lines but as I get older I imagine, if it works, it’ll be a life saver.

What do you think?

Share your thoughts on the Opal!

Visit www.clarisonic.com/us/opal to see a video of the Opal in action to get more information.

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  • 1/19/10 16:50 suz:

    I DON’T WANT NOTHING RIGHT NOW…BESIDE alice in wonderland book of shadows and that is gone on urban decay!!!

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    • 1/19/10 16:52 the Muse:

      hey suz :-) it’ll be back soon I’m sure!

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  • 1/20/10 9:02 Ricci:

    Im lucky I guess , 39 with no wrinkles yet, Id be afriad to cause wrinkles with that

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    • 1/20/10 14:15 the Muse:

      ricci I was feeling the same I wonder how it works! :) fine lines under my eyes here! :(

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  • 1/20/10 11:03 MJ:

    If it’s sonic, it must be good- maybe that’s how the Doctor keeps getting younger…

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    • 1/20/10 13:25 the Muse:

      LOL MJ that made me smile :)

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  • 1/20/10 19:46 Melissa:

    Its out and I want it but I cant afford it $285 is way too much for me today. Maybe QVC with an easy pay thing would make me more interested maybe not. If its refillable I might be more interested. If you haul – let us know please :)

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  • 1/20/10 22:34 Tammy:

    I want one for my mom! …but I’d like to see reviews from independent bloggers first :) hehehehehe YOU should get one! XD

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    • 1/26/10 16:16 the Muse:

      LOL Tammy might do might do! anything to cure my sad eyes :-D

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  • 1/21/10 1:48 Anna:

    I talked to my dermatologist today about the Opal. She usually raves about Clarisonic. In fact she was such a supporter of the Clarisonic facial system I bought one (on easy pay of course). Surprisingly enough, she did not like the Opal. The Clarisonic folks brought the product to Kaiser to demo it for the docs last week as she has product brochures in her office- yea she’s one of us product junkies too. She did not like that you have to use Carisonic eye cream as it is actually part of the unit- she did not like that the unit is not refillable. When the eye cream is used up, you have to re-purchase the bottom cartridge- additionally you would eventually have to replace the top sponge applicator as well. For $250, I cant afford to replace anything for a long while. She wasnt impressed with the ingredients in the cream either, she tried to explain it to me but sadly I got lost in the technical terminology. So sigh, I was prepared to purchase this on QVC in April, but at the current price, I just cannot afford not to LOVE it. For those of you interested tho, It’s already for sale on the Clarisonic website.

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  • 2/6/10 16:47 Natasha:

    What a cowinky dink I was browsing through your post and then I went to the QVC website seeing if they had any Philosphy on easy pay. And they have the Clarisonic Opal Sonic Infusion System as a Hot Pick. It cost $ 243 and they have it available on 2 easy payments.

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    • 2/11/10 23:06 the Muse:

      hey natasha! I seen! I was debating on indulging :)

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