Keeping Your Skin in Perfect Condition With Microdermabrasion at Home

The days when you had to make an appointment to get your skin exfoliated are long gone. Today, there are remarkably effective products that you can use in the privacy of your bathroom – eliminating the need to see a skin specialist for this simple task.Microdermabrasion is the mechanical exfoliation of your dead skin. As you age, the skin begins to slough off at a slower rate than when you were younger. Through microdermabrasion, you can literally shave years off of your appearance. Today’s products are designed to help with the fine lines and wrinkles that develop on your face over time. They also help improve skin discolorations, dull skin and sun-damaged skin. While there are some extreme conditions that necessitate an expert’s care, most people would benefit from do-it-yourself microdermabrasion.

The following products are non-invasive, non-surgical treatments for your face – one created by NuBrilliance and the other, a skincare line called Skinn, created by make-up artist Dimitri James.

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If you want to jump fully into this skincare regimen, you might want to start with a complete home microdermabrasion skincare system manufactured by NuBrilliance. This particular kit, priced very reasonably, uses no loose crystals. Instead, it offers diamond tip exfoliation and suction to remove your dead skin and stimulate the skin’s production of collagen.

The system features a simple-to-use electric wand that comes with two diamond tips, each designed for different skin surfaces. Apply it to the skin, using a uniform movement, to remove the dead skin cells. The vacuum stimulation removes the dead skin and rejuvenates the remaining skin. The fine and regular diamond tips give you some control over the dermabrasion, and the system has five suction settings. (Start with the lowest setting and experiment with the settings to determine what is most comfortable and effective for your skin.) The wand can be used on your face, as well as your neck, hands, arms, legs and other sensitive areas. Be careful not to press the diamond tip firmly against your face. And when you are treating uneven areas of your skin, like the nose or your hands, be sure you turn the wand so the tip comes in full contact with your skin.

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