In case you’re new here, I should mention that exfoliation is my thing. If you’ve been reading awhile, you already know this. But I am addicted to exfoliation in all it’s forms – physical, chemical, whatever you got, I’ll give it a shot. After years of coveting a Clarisonic, I was finally gifted something just as good – my DDF Revolve System.
Chemical exfoliation is my jam – in particular, salicylic acid at a 2% concentration, but I never turn away from a good glycolic acid peel, either. Any of the AHA’s are fantastic, but don’t work quite as well as my BHA (salicylic acid). But one thing I tend to avoid is physical exfoliation. I don’t want any sharp particles scratching the crap out of my visage, and I’ve read that the smooth synthetic beads in exfoliation preparations are causing a problem. So a facial brush is a great way to get the benefits of physical exfoliation without damaging your face or the planet.
Included in the kit is a tube of Polishing Crystals which you can use with your brush. This is a great microdermabrasion treatment and it has a super cool property that warms your skin as you use it, but there are so many other products you can use with your brush. I use it every day with my normal cleanser, and any microdermabrasion treatment will work.
The brush comes with several heads, a regular head for normal cleansing, a delicate head for problem spots, and a micro-derma head which is kind of like a pumice stone. Use that bad boy on your heels, and you’ll have the most gorgeous feet ever.
The kit is $99 at Dermstore, and will last you forever. Replace the head and the batteries every now and again, and you’ll have a worthy investment for your beauty routine.
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