i still use my clarisonic religiously, though it gets pretty scuzzy on a regular basis-- hence the reason they recommend you buy a new replacement head every three months or so. but if it's just dirty, doesn't it make sense to clean it?
of course there are many ways to give your clarisonic a spruce up, but erin suggests the above cleaning concoction in order to actually disinfect the head and the brush. i admit i never realized how dirty (ahem, moldy) it actually gets until i took the brush head off the nozzle.
what do you clean yours with?
graphic by brains of the outfit.