The Clarisonic that I purchased was the Mia, which is the small version with the Plink travel adaptor, meaning that it can be used safely throughout the world, combined with that Countries specific adaptor, and the Plink changes the voltage.
The Clarisonic is made by Philips, the people that brought you the Sonicare Toothbrush and it uses the same sonic technology to deep cleanse your face. It has been proven to remove 6 times more makeup from your face than manual cleansing, and the vibrating / pulsating action of the Clarisonic improves your skin texture and makes the application of serums and creams much easier and more effective. It also reduces the appearance of visible pores and fine lines and wrinkles.
I bought mine, from EssentialDaySpa.com (p.s they also send you samples!) with is a Canadian website for £87.00 with £8.95 shipping, it arrived in just over a week, however, it was held up at Customs and I had to pay £21.10 in duty for it to be released. I hear that it is just luck of the draw as to whether it will be stopped by Customs, and mine was! You can also purchase a Clarisonic Classic and Plus, which is the original products and a bit bigger than the Mia. These are also slightly more expensive but you can get body attachments for the Plus. You can also find them on Ebay but EssentialDaySpa.com was the cheapest I could find it. You will also need to purchase a US to UK adaptor, which I bought for £2.99 from Maplin.
What I think about the product:-
So far I can honestly say that it is one of the best products I have purchased in a long time. I love the action of it when it cleans your skin, it's very soothing! It pulsates for 1 minute and in that time you should spend 10 seconds on your forehead and nose and equal amounts on your cheeks and chin. The idea is that you put your cleanser on, wet the brush (which is waterproof) and turn it on and massage the cleanser into your skin for 1 minute and then rinse. You are left with lovely clean, glowing skin!
Would I re-purchase:-
Well I should hope that I never have to! This is designed to last you a good few years I would imagine, but certainly I love it enough to buy another if anything was to happen to it.
If you would like some more information about the Clarisonic, I found that the Clarisonic Website is very helpful, albeit a bit "sales pitch" and also a YT by Allthatgitters21, and you can find many more videos on YT just by searching.