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Noticed a few a few new fine lines in the mirror lately? Need to freshen up your skin? Now you can give yourself a pro-quality facial in just four minutes, right at home, with one incredible FDA-approved, dermatologist-recommended gadget.
Your skin is home to all manner of bacteria and dead skin cells that can tarnish your complexion. Without daily upkeep, you’ll start to notice blemishes like hyperpigmentation, clogged pores and wrinkles. Because human skin has so many layers, different facial practices have been 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. It’s usually done in a dermatologist’s office, but advancements in consumer skin care products now make it possible for you to reap all the benefits of a microdermabrasion whenever you want — without the hefty bills.
The magical Microderm Glo Diamond Microdermabrasion Machine and Suction Tool uses a diamond tip to gently buff away your top layer of skin, removing all the gunk while enhancing blood flow and leaving your skin supple and your pores clean in minutes.
Use the Microderm Glo Diamond consistently to “erase years of aging from your skin by smoothing fine lines, wrinkles, blemishes and sun damage” and boost collagen production, according to the brand.
Combining the power of a diamond tip with a precise, steady and safe suction as well as a cleaning brush, the Microderm Glo Diamond provides clinically proven results that include smaller pores, fewer fine lines, more radiance, more even tone and overall softness.
This device, which sits neatly on your countertop, also comes with a patented Diamond Safe 3D suction tool which makes it extra safe and gentle for all skin types, including sensitive skin. Ideally, for best results, you should use your Microderm Glo Diamond once a week.
One shopper called it a “magic wand for my skin” and wrote, “I'm 40 years old, with fair skin, and a medical doctor.... I have professional knowledge of how the skin works, and what works for the skin...I'm actually IMPRESSED. It's really turning back years, in a week.... I highly recommend it. If used correctly, you will not be disappointed.”
“I am a young 66 and did not really have any skin care routine other than a good cleaner and moisturizer," wrote another happy customer. "My pores were large and ugly. My chin looked like a pitted peach.... After using the Microderm glow for just two treatments I noticed a huge difference, and it just keeps getting better. My pores have decreased like magic...using the Microderm glow twice a week. If you are not happy with what you see in the mirror, give this a try. I promise you won't be disappointed.”
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