Thinking about starting a microdermabrasion regimen at home - but concerned about the price?
Then consider a personal microdermabrasion at home device.
Treatments at spas can range from $50 to $100 or more for just one session, but now there are many at home microdermabrasion devices available that work just as well.
The Personal Microdermabrasion Device, or PMD, is one of the highest rated at home microdermabrasion systems that uses the latest in technology.
And for less than $200, it pays for itself in only a few treatments.
Although microdermabrasion wasn’t invented until the 1980s, exfoliation has been around since ancient Egyptian times. Early civilizations used sand based exfoliators to buff away scarring and other blemishes.
Both exfoliation and microdermabrasion remove dead skin and eliminate dullness, but the difference is that microdermabrasion is much more gentle and effective in getting rid of old skin cells. It also allows for better absorption of serums and moisturizers, making them work more effectively.
People love microdermabrasion because it helps in reducing wrinkles, evening out skin tone, reducing age and sun spots, and shrinking pore size.
I love the vacuum part best; it is really good at sucking up blackheads
and dirt from pores. Plus, the light suction helps stimulate circulaltion and brings a nice rosy glow to your face.
While there are a couple of different microdermabrasion home systems on the market, many users say the Personal Microdermabrasion Device (PMD) feels soothing and notice results immediately after each treatment. The PMD also uses crystals, which is preferred by most people over diamond technology.The PMD I purchased came with extra disks of different sizes (6 disks) for the larger, smaller or more sensitive areas of your face!
This has always been one of the advantages of professional microdermabrasion machines. The vacuum suction helps to gently lift the skin and bring it closer to the rotating disc.
And, PMD is one of the few home systems that has the patented vacuum suction for enhance results. It's a pretty neat home exfoliating device to have.
If you plan on using an at home microdermabrasion device, make sure to read the directions carefully to get the best results. Those with overly sensitive skin should do a test patch beforehand. If you hold the microdermabrasion machine in one spot too long - you can get a little red patch which goes away in a day or so.
And of course, make sure to wear at least SPF 30 to take care of your new, younger skin!
If you're looking for a less expensive (cheaper alternative) to microbrasion treatments consider the Skin Eraser. It really helped smooth out my skin tone over time. Actually, I saw results with the first treatment......
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