Clarisonic invented its skin-cleansing brush in 2004, and has since sold over 15 million devices. The company claims its handheld instrument cleans six times better than hands alone. The award-winning devices are distributed through dermatologists, cosmetic surgeons, spas, retailers, and online. Part of the L’Oreal Group, Clarisonic’s Redmond headquarters sits on the edge of Marymoor Park, with easy access to trails and outdoor concerts in the summer.

 

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Photos by Rachel Coward

Let’s take a look – An in-house esthetician evaluates a research subject’s skin as part of a clinical study.


 

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Cycling office – The office is located next to Redmond’s Marymoor Park and has bikes employees can use for free.


 

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Hush hush – The Sonic Box serves as a place to make private phone calls and hunker down to get work done.


 

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Meet-up spots – Employees can use many collaboration spaces.


 

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Waiting area – The lobby showcases current products and comfy seating.


 

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In-house research – Estheticians evaluate research subjects’ skin in the office examination rooms.


 

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Cool cafeteria – Garage doors open to the bustling lunchroom, where employees can dine together during breaks.


 

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Welcome – The lobby is bright and welcoming.


 

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Company art – Clarisonic-themed pop art adorns office walls.


 

FUN FACTS

  • Oprah Winfrey named a Clarisonic product as one of her “Favorite Things” in 2007 and 2015.
  • Clarisonic has sold over 15 million sonic cleansing devices in 54 countries.
  • Clarisonic has an in-house clinical department with a dermatologist, estheticians, research photographers, and scientists to conduct research and test products.
  • Employees enjoy many fun activities, including “Sonic Tonic” happy hours, scavenger hunts, walking groups, food trucks, and bring-your-children-to-work days.

DETAILS
Architect: JPC Architects
Builder: Foushee
Office opened: 2011
Square footage: 78,676
Website: clarisonic.com

This article originally appeared in the August 2016 issue of “425 Business.”