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Clarisonic is going out of business and their face brushes and other products are 50% off

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Established ten years ago, skincare company Clarisonic is going out of business.  The company is closing down permanently as of September 30, 2020.

“After more than a decade of game-changing innovation and technology, Clarisonic will be shutting down on 9/30/20,” reads an announcement on the website. “Stock up on your favorite Clarisonic products, while supplies last!”

Clarisonic is best known for its signature electronic face brushes, which are designed to offer deeper cleansing, resulting in softer skin, minimized pores and a better ability for skin to absorb products. It also sells devices and products aimed at specific skin concerns, including anti-aging, acne and skincare for men.

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The company also announced the closure on Twitter and Instagram on July 14.

“To our entire Clarisonic community, it has been our absolute pleasure to serve you,” read the tweet from the brand’s account. “Please take advantage of our 50% off EVERYTHING sale while supplies last, and see the link in our bio for a list of FAQs regarding our closure. Thanks for being a part of the Clarisonic community.”

Many products on the site, including replacement brush heads, have already sold out since the closure was announced.

According to a FAQ page on the brand’s site, “This difficult decision [to close Clarisonic] was made so that L’Oreal can focus its attention on other core business offerings.”

L’Oreal, the brand’s parent company, also owns a number of beauty and cosmetics brands, including Maybelline, Garnier, Essie, Nyx and Diesel.

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The FAQ page also indicates that the brand cannot guarantee that they will have more inventory once items sell out. They recommend checking authorized retailer locations and websites to see if a particular product is still available. These include Amazon, QVC.com, Sephora, Ulta, Costco, spas, dermatologists’ offices and the U.S. Military Exchange.

Those who already own a Clarisonic device or purchase one by September 30, 2020, can register it on www.clarisonic.com or the Clarisonic App by October 31, 2020. If they do, warranties will continue to be honored until October 31, 2022, depending on the product’s warranty period.

Kate Streit @StreitIsRight

Kate Streit lives in Chicago. She enjoys stand-up comedy, mystery novels, memoirs, summer and pumpkin spice anything.

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