As funny as that sounds, yes, you should be dividing time and seconds while washing your face and run extra and less on specific areas especially when using a brush. I have learned from the Clarisonic description that you should wash your face for a minute – 10 seconds on each cheek, 20 seconds on forehead, 20 seconds on nose and chin. This division is because your cheeks are a lot more fragile than the the rest of your face and you should spend less time on your cheeks especially that they could be less oily than your T-Zone. If you are not washing your face with a brush, you can still follow along the same process and time frame. The important fact of this post is that you should really take your time while washng your face at night, which means a minute is ideal whether rubbing with fingers or using a brush. I hope this quick post helped you and I also hope it stressed the importance of washing your face at night and really taking your time to clean it out.