Have you heard of the Rejuvaderm MD?
Well, I have used mine several times now and am amazed at the quality, not to mention the efficacy! I am going to tell you what the product is and share my experience with my Examiner readers.
You know I have ALWAYS taken good care of my skin. Once I started working in the industry back as a college student, I have taken great care to use high-quality products on my skin. I have a solid skin care regimen, but I know that as I age, I need to be even more mindful of what I do to keep my skin in its best possible shape.
Sometimes products alone are not enough, and that is where spa treatments for the face come in. I am NOT one who actually enjoys getting facials. I don't find them relaxing, nor do I want to spend the time or money on something that I can do at home on my own time schedule. The Rejuvaderm MD, I have found, is the answer to those who need more than just products on their skin.s it?
So what is it? The Rejuvaderm MD is an at-home diamond tip microdermabrasion system. It is USER-FRIENDLY (do not let this device intimidate you) and exfoliates, infuses, and extracts. It is hand held and a bit bigger than an electric toothbrush, or a bit bigger than the old Epilady.
There are different tips and attachments to put on, depending on what you're attempting to do (exfoliation vs extraction, for example).
- Use on your neck, chest, hands, feet, and stretch marks
- Reduces enlarged pores or pores that are clogged, including blackheads
- Keeps aging skin looking young and fresh
- Eliminate hyperpigmentation
- Exfoliate your skin, resulting in a refreshed appearance
- Lessen the appearance of stretch marks
I use this for all three functions. I use it a couple times a week to refresh and renew my skin. I already use an AHA/BHA exfoliant, but I use this as well. The first time I used this, the pesky little dead skin cells fell right off. Even with my sensitive skin, it did not hurt or feel uncomfortable at all.
I also have used this on the little pores on top of my nose to help get deep down.
One of my favorite functions of the device is that you can take you favorite treatment skin care products and use the device to infuse them deeper into the skin.
Right after I use it, my skin is a bit red--but it does the EXACT same thing when I have a facial. My face is actually redder after my Vinyasa yoga sessions at Breathe in the 85-90 degree studio than it is when I use my Rejuvaderm MD. It only lasts a couple minutes, then it's back to normal.
I can see and feel a difference in my tone and texture. Facials and microdermabrasion at the spa or dermatologist are expensive. They require maintenance, which equals more money.
The Rejuvaderm MD sells for $199. That is a minimal investment when you consider the cost of having someone else do this with the same technology.
In fact, at a well known salon & spa in the suburbs of Rochester, one microdermabrasion session is $125 and a series of 6 is $650. Then you need to tip your esthetician and are told you must buy the skin care products sold at the salon.
I love my Rejuvaderm MD from Trophy Skin and really believe it is a worthwhile investment. I refuse to endorse products that are overpriced or fail to live up to their claims. This product works. And given the cost of spa microdermabrasion, this is the more economical choice with the same caliber of results.