Recently this column reported on six devices listed in Marie Claire Magazine as "Home Improvement DIY devices to ramp up the performance of antiaging serums and creams." In breaking news, one of those new skin care tools, the Redefine Macro Exfoliator, is making its premiere at the Rodan + Fields Go Big Convention starting Thurs., Feb. 7, 2013, and the new technology appeared on the web today.
The Redefine Macro Exfoliator showed up on product websites with a photo and text stating that clients will be able to "take five minutes once a week to sweep away five million dead skin cells." Since the buildup of dead skin cells on the surface of the skin (epidermis) is one of the biggest problems of aging skin, and over-the-counter creams and scrubs only get rid of some of the dead skin, it is expected that the new device, already referred to as "next big thing in skin care," will revolutionize the beauty industry.
In the past, deep exfoliating has only been achieved through chemical peels or dermabrasion procedures at a doctor's office or dermatologist, but the new Macro exfoliating tool will be available for in-home use on Sat., Feb. 9 with the accompanying Macro Exfoliator Cooling Gels.
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