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Baiden Mitten Review

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Baiden Mitten

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I was lucky enough to be sent a Baiden Mitten to try out, and in my honest opinion this thing is a life-changer and worth every penny. The Baiden Mitten is a glove like pad that you slip onto your hand and allows you to exfoliate. I have tried every trick in the book, and this product is the best thing I have used. Using sugar scrubs, apricot scrubs, microdermabrasion creams and products, nothing can compare and remove dry, dead skin like the Baiden Mitten can. With the Baiden Mitten, you can actually see the dead skin peeling off into little balls, and best of all it's all natural so you know you aren't putting any harsh chemicals on your skin.
All you have to do to use the Baiden Mitten is soak in warm water for about 20 minutes, and then rub the dry area in a back and forth motion, like you would with sand paper. You apply the amount of pressure you feel is necessary on the spot you are working on (make sure to be extra gentle on your face for the first few times!)

Also, if you are a self-tanner user this thing works miracles for exfoliating before you apply your tan. You can also use it to exfoliate your lips gently!
My skin looks so much more healthy, and smooth since I have started using the Baiden Mitt, I feel a product is worth it when you can actually see a difference, and continue to see an improvement the more you use it. I can see myself using this as a staple product in my skin care routine for the rest of my life, and will be a returning customer.

The Baiden Mitt company is also so sure that you will love it, that there is a 60 days money back guarantee, why not try it for yourself?

You can purchase the Baiden Mitten and read more about the product at www.baidenmitten.com

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