I’m curious. Do at home devices really work or are they a waste of time and money? Today we ask, Do at home microdermabrasion machines work? Does the woman of a certain age need one in her skincare arsenal?
Over the past several months, I’ve noticed more signs of aging in my skin and hair. I am so curious about “anti aging” devices; not that I want to look hugely different, but if there are a few things I can do to look and feel my best as I go along the aging process, well, I want to give them a try.
As I look at my skin, there are three things I notice: One, I am not as oily as I once was, and that’s a plus, Two, my skin seems to sag much more and three, I have a few sun or age spots I’d like to get rid of. With the spots, I have tried numerous products with very, very limited results. So I decided I would give several popular at home beauty devices a try. Watch this space for the series.
Today, I am sharing a very inexpensive device, an at home microdermabrasion machine which is said to improve blood flow, gently remove dead skin cells, boost cell turnover and gently remove sebum, (otherwise known as black heads).
If you’ve ever been curious how this device works and whether to spring for an at home version, check out the video and let me know in the comments whether you have tried it, are curious or have more questions.