I've tried out my fair share of skin products and was excited when I had the opportunity to try out this Personal Microderm (PMD) £150.00*. I've heard about numerous skin treatments before and always have to use an exfoliation glove due to my combination skin, so I've had high hopes that this would do the trick.. I'd never been keen to have to go to a spa to get a treatments, so having something handy like this that I can do at home would be so much easier. Knowing that you can work your way up with the different attachments has been motivating too since it's not something that will only be effective for a few times. It's even been voted the Best Beauty Buy by the US InStyle Magazine and has been tested on The Gadget Show (which I love).
The PMD Personal Microderm is a small hand-held device that is designed help with skin purifying and refining. It's designed to offer the same results as you'd expect from microdermabrasion treatments that you would have to travel to a spa or beauty salon for. The idea is that if used regularly, wrinkles, pigmentation and scars fade along with reducing the formation of spots. As someone who is prone to spots even in her twenties, I can't tell you how happy this made me feel. Another plus is that it doubles up as a body exfoliator in the summer months which is essential when you're fake tanning. Apparently only taking 5 minutes to use, it was very intrigued to see how this would perform. I've tried a few products out that have taken a lot longer to use so it was interesting to see whether this would be as good as it's rated in the blogging community.
Using the same crystals as the professional machines to make up the flat, coarse disc that gives the skin deep exfoliation leaving the skin soft and healthy. The device has a vacuum action to instantly remove the dead skin cells to then activate the skin healing to start cell renewal and collagen production in the skins upper layers. Other uses for the PMD are for sun damage, age spots and reducing the formation of acne. Clogged pores are cleared out to release any dirt and oil trapped which also allows for skin care products to be better absorbed which is important for people with combination skin as creams left on the surface often lead to more of an oil build up which in turn can produce more spots.