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Clarisonic Adds Pedicure Product

October 1, 2013

Sonic cleanser complete with softening products.

Now Clarisonic fans can buff away dead skin from head to toe with the brand’s latest innovation, the Clarisonic Pedi ($199).
 
According to the company, the Pedi system transforms rough, dry heels and toes into beautiful, smooth, sandal-ready feet in just minutes through a combination of a Pedi sonic device, brush head, foot smoothing and softening treatments and a foot renewing peel.  The kit includes a white pedi device, pedi smoothing disc, pedi wet/dry brush head, pedi-buff sonic foot smoothing treatment, pedi-balm sonic foot softening treatment, pedi-balm sonic foot softening treatment and pedi-boost sonic foot renewing peel treatment.
 
Clinical trials support the immediate and long-term effectiveness of the Pedi system and found that using Pedi makes feet 10 times smoother than manual buffing, said the company.
 
More info: www.clarisonic.com
 
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