Clarisonic is shutting down and everything is on super sale

Jamé Jackson

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You know Clarisonic? The L’Oréal-owned skin-care device brand that’s best known for its skin-cleansing brushes that many have incorporated into their daily skincare routine? Well, they’re shutting down. *Takes deep breath*

The brand announced on Wednesday via an Instagram post that it would be closing down permanently on Sept. 30, and as a result, all Clarisonic products at Sephora, Ulta Beauty and Amazon (as well as the actual Clarisonic site) are being marked down to 50 percent off.

“After more than a decade of game-changing innovation and technology, the Clarisonic brand will be shutting down on September 30, 2020,” reads the post. “We want to thank all of our loyal customers, dermatologists and retail partners who have helped put this brand on the map.”

In less than 24 hours, Clarisonic brushes and heads were already selling out on the popular beauty sites, as people began stocking up during what is undeniably the end of a skincare era.

However, there are still a few items you can shop that are available right now. Even for the things that are not on sale, we recommend grabbing them while you have the chance, because once it’s gone, that’s it:

Shop: Clarisonic Mia Smart, $84.50

Credit: Amazon
Credit: Amazon

Shop: Clarisonic Mia Smart Sonic Cleansing System, $169 (or 3 payments of $56.33)

Credit: QVC
Credit: QVC

Shop: Clarisonic Mia Men Sonic Facial Cleansing Brush, $99

Credit: QVC
Credit: QVC

Shop: Mia Smart Anti-Aging and Cleansing Skincare Device, $84.50 (Orig. $169)

Credit: Clarisonic
Credit: Clarisonic

Alright, couldn’t get your hands on a Clarisonic this time? No worries, we’ve got you covered with a few dupes that also have high ratings across the board:

Shop: PMD Clean Smart Facial Cleansing Device, $99

Credit: Sephora
Credit: Sephora

Shop: Conair Glam True Glow sonic facial brush in white/green, $65.99

Credit: ASOS
Credit: ASOS

Shop: Michael Todd Soniclear Petite Antimicrobial Cleansing Brush, $89 (or 3 payments of $29.67)

Credit: QVC
Credit: QVC

Credit: QVC

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