Although it's a little expensive, when it comes to Clarisonic, I've never been disappointed. I love its original face exfoliator and have trusted it for over a year now to keep my skin looking bright and clean. So naturally, with the release of the Clarisonic Opal (£175), my interest was piqued, especially when I heard that Gwyneth Paltrow was also a big fan.
What makes this different than the original is that the Opal is designed to push the good stuff found in serums into your skin. It's categorised as an antiageing tool that uses 125 microtaps a second to infuse serum deep into your skin, delivering nutrients more effectively than with your fingers alone.
It's a small device that fits into the palm of your hand and comes with a serum, two extra applicator tips, a charger, and a travel bag. I challenge you to test it out, and let me know if you see and feel a difference after four weeks.