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Your skin is home to millions of bacteria and dead skin cells that can tarnish the way it looks by forming into pigmentation, acne and wrinkles. Because human skin has so many layers to it, different facial practices have developed over the years to specifically target these areas with the goal of rejuvenation and renewal.
One rehabilitating and preventative procedure is microdermabrasion, the process of exfoliating and removing the top layer of dry and dead skin cells on your face.
This procedure isn’t just for professional salons and offices. At-home microdermabrasion machines are available and trusted as well.
The No. 1 selling (FDA-approved) microdermabrasion tool at Amazon, the Microderm Glo, uses a diamond tip to get rid of the top layer of skin (and removing all the gunk), while also enhancing blood flow, leaving your skin lifted and clean in no time. In fact, with the Microderm tools, you can complete this facial in just four minutes.
Microderm boasts that using these tools consistently can “erase years of aging from your skin by smoothing fine lines, wrinkles, blemishes and sun damage.” It also can boost collagen production, according to the brand.
Combining the power of a diamond tip with a smooth and steady suction, the Microderm Mini promises to buff away unhealthy layers of your skin to let your most beautiful complexion shine through.
With a solid 4.3 star rating on Amazon, shoppers say this product has improved the look of sagging and wrinkly skin almost immediately.
One five-star reviewer said: “This is a great product. I have had a spot on my nose, like a buildup of skin cells for years that [resisted] masks, scrubs and peels, and the Microderm got all the extra skin cells off with no mark or any sign it had been there. My wrinkles, especially the "eleven lines" are less noticeable (after only a few weeks use), which makes me love this. Compared to a lot of home microdermabrasion products, this is a bargain and I much prefer the small size so I can use it anywhere. Would recommend this to anyone, especially as they get older.”
Others say it’s great for getting rid of sun spots that never seem to go away.
“I ❤️ ❤️❤️❤️❤️ This machine!” a happy user, who titled their post ‘It’s a miracle!’, wrote. “It took away sun spots I had on my cheeks for 5 years! I had a lot of dark spots from past acne and they’re significantly lighter. I use it once a week. It makes my skin so soft and clean. It’s worth every penny. I’m crazy about this thing.”
While it might seem intimidating to use a facial tool alone at home, the Microderm Glo Machine has an auto mode option with an on-screen guide that will show you when it’s time to move to the next facial area.
With more than 600 reviews, shoppers say this product is a great and cost-friendly alternative to booking expensive monthly appointments.
“I am impressed with this device. I have hormonal, aging skin, and I like the results I get with microdermabrasion,” one shopper wrote. “The cost of professional services limits my opportunity to have the treatments, so I started researching at home devices. This one is so user friendly, it provides 3 levels of suction intensity and I feel like I will be able to obtain similar benefits. I still envision having professional treatments from time to time, because I like the treat, but this allows me to keep up with routine maintenance . . . and saves me money!”
And, most importantly, shoppers say it’s worth the price.
“I really was amazed people and u will be too,” one reviewer wrote. “It's so worth what u pay for and oh my goodness the way it makes your skin feel afterwards it's great. U will not be disappointed with this product and I have searched forever for a good product to help my skin and help with wrinkles and middle aged acne. I finally found everything in this product and u will too once you get this u will not regret it at all.”
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