Good morning beautiful people. As many of you know my big 4-0 birthday is coming up soon. So, I have found myself spending more time on taking care of myself properly—especially my skin. Between a changing diet, lack of sleep due to a teething baby, and outdoor training, I have come to recognize the value of a good skincare routine.
Unfortunately, medical spa treatments and facials are not in the budget right now. I began looking online for at-home treatments and products that could help me revitalize my skin. That’s when I came across at-home microdermabrasion.
Microdermabrasion is a quick and painless treatment that boosts the exfoliation of dead skin cells and increases new skin cell regeneration. Microscopic crystals polish the skin’s surface bringing forth a complexion that is resurfaced, bright, and clear. It even works on skin with acne scars, fine lines, wrinkles, and dull or dry skin. When Brandbacker asked me to sample and review EXUVIANCE® Triple Microdermabrasion Face Polish, I was excited to see the results.
EXUVIANCE® was created by two well-known leaders in the field of cosmetic dermatology—Dr. Van Scott and Dr. Yu. Drs. Van Scott and Yu discovered the anti-aging benefits of Glycolic Acid and invented the first Glycolic Peel. Since their groundbreaking discovery, EXUVIANCE® has skillfully created formulas to visibly transform skin at home.
About the Product
EXUVIANCE® Triple Microdermabrasion Face Polish uses key ingredients to renew skin in a powerful, single treatment. It uses professional grade crystals used by dermatologists to polish away surface impurities. The Papaya Enzyme, Lactobionic Acid, and 10 % Glycolic Acid mixture help by dissolving impurities, promoting cell renewal, and loosening dead skin cells for a smoother, brighter complexion with a diminished appearance of dark spots and pores.
Unlike other commercial microdermabrasion products, EXUVIANCE® Triple Microdermabrasion Face Polish doesn’t contain environmentally harmful plastic polyethylene beads.
Once or twice a week apply an even, thin layer of the product to your clean, wet face. Avoiding the eye area, gently massage the product into your skin in a circular motion for 30 seconds. You can leave the product on your skin for up to 2 minutes. Carefully rinse your face with warm water and gently pat dry. Follow microdermabrasion treatment with a moisturizer.
Review and Results
As part of an at-home spa day, I decided to try the EXUVIANCE® Triple Microdermabrasion Face Polish. When I applied it to my fingers, compared to products I had tried in the past, the crystals were very fine. Since I’m familiar other microdermabrasion products, I was aware that I needed to be extra gentle with product application.
I used the finger tips to softly apply the product in a circular motion for 30 seconds, ensuring I did not spend too much time in one sport or “scrub” my skin. I gently massaged a few extra seconds on my problem areas like my forehead, nose, and jawline to encourage sloughing of dead skin cells and stimulate the collagen and elastin production.
When I finished massaging the product into my skin, I left the product on for another two minutes to allow the formula to loosen and dissolve dead skin cells and impurities I followed this with rinsing with warm water to remove the product, patting dry, and applying a gentle moisturizer.
Immediately I could see and feel the effects of this microdermabrasion face polish. My skin felt more smooth, soft, and looked radiant. I noticed a few new rough spots after this initial treatment that I will work on with subsequent applications.
All in all, I was very impressed with this microdermabrasion product and will definitely buy it in the future to keep my aging skin looking vibrant and fresh.
Want beautiful skin? The full EXUVIANCE® Triple Microdermabrasion Face Polish (2.6 oz) is available in the U.S. for $75 at: Exuviance.com.
DISCLOSURE: This is an unpaid sponsored post, powered by Brandbacker. I received EXUVIANCE® Triple Microdermabrasion Face Polish via NeoStrata to sample and offer my 100% unbiased review.
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