If you’ve been on the internet lately, chances are you’ve heard about the Microglo Microdermabrasion Kit. Like many others, I’ve been super curious as to how helpful this tool actually would be. I have heard a lot about microdermabrasion in general, but haven’t looked into at-home devices. Microdermabrasion is basically a treatment that uses suction and exfoliation to remove the outermost layer of dead skin. By removing this top layer, fresh, younger looking skin is produced. This at-home device offers the same results as professional microdermabrasion treatments, for half the price! The tool’s vacuum suction helps stimulate and rejuvenate the skin and also triggers the body’s collagen and elastin production. Microglo is an excellent tool for improving the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, brown spots, hyperpigmentation, blemishes, pores size, and uneven skin tone and texture. It is recommended to use Microglo for eight to twelve weeks to see continued improvement in your skin.
Adding the Microglo Microdermabrasion Kit to your current skincare routine is extremely easy. After cleaning and drying the skin, use Microglo carefully and then follow with a toner and a moisturizer. Be sure to watch their how-to video before using to ensure proper use! Since everyone’s skin is different, practice on your body/arm before trying it on your face. There are 5 customizable heads (grease/blackhead remover, very sensitive, sensitive, corse, and body/feet) to ensure the best treatment for your skin. Based on your skin type, you might need to stay on head number 1-2. For others non-sensitive skin types, you might need to jump to head number 4. To use Microglo, lightly glide the tool over your skin in one swift motion. There is no need to apply pressure, or hover in one area too long. Any sort of pain is a sign that you have been too aggressive or may be using the wrong head. Make sure to clean every head with rubbing alcohol or warm water after each use, and only one treatment per week! If you are using chemical peels or products that contain hydroxyl acids, retinoids, or retin A, or any similar ingredients, must not use the Microglo at the same time! Discontinue these products for at least seven days before using Microglo. Microglo is also not sutible for people who have rosacea, open acne or sores, or skin cancer.
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