We all know the Clarisonic brand because its brushes have the magic ability to perfectly clean, buff, and exfoliate our skin. But the brand is releasing a new limited edition collection, and you're going to love the story behind it. Clarisonic teamed up with the Keith Haring Foundation on a set of brushes that raises AIDS awareness and cleans your skin to boot.
Clarisonic recently released a new line of limited edition Mia 2 brushes, and they feature work by artist Keith Haring. He was an influential New York street and graffiti artist who was famous for his bright colored cartoon figures. Haring was diagnosed with AIDS in the 1980s and died from the disease several years later. The Keith Haring Foundation was established in his honor, and the foundation teamed up with Clarisonic to put his whimsical designs on three brushes.
Turns out, the Clarisonic co-founder Dr. Robb Akridge spent 10 years studying HIV and AIDS, so the cause is close to his heart. The three new Clarisonic brushes each have a different name and theme — Love, Pop and Dance. The brushes all come with a customized carrying case as well, and the bright designs are a step up from plain white.
So cute, right? The come in three different patterns.
The Dance brush is currently sold out on Clarisonic's website, but you can still get it for $149 at Sephora.
Clarisonic hosted a launch party for the new line in New York this week, and model Coco Rocha even attended (and hung out with Dr. Akridge, of course).
The event space was full of super cute design elements, like this adorable floor detail.
Now, I can't say for sure that Rocha uses a Clarisonic brush, but it seems likely, right? After all, she's got beautiful porcelain skin that somehow always looks flawless (and a really cute baby, natch).
Just look at how fresh-faced she is, even while eating pizza.
If these brushes are good enough for Rocha, they're definitely good enough for me. I'm adding one to my Christmas list.