Product Description: The Regenerist Microdermabrasion & Peel System combines the power of two treatments that actively work together to give you the benefits of microdermabrasion and a mini-peel treatment. Yet it’s gentle enough to use up to two times a week for continuous results. Add it your skin care routine to visibly improve skin tone and diminish the look of fine lines and wrinkles.
Ingredients: microdermabrasion treatment with derma-crystals: peg-8, sodium bicarbonate, silica silylate, polysorbate 20, niacinamide,* tocopheryl acetate,† ascorbic acid, fragrance, yellow 5, red 40. peel activator serum: water, sodium lactate, lactic acid, dmdm hydantoin, iodopropynyl butylcarbamate, hydroxyethylcellulose, disodium edta, sodium hydroxide. *vitamin b3 † vitamin e
My Experience: I recently purchased the Olay Regenerist Microdermabrasion & Peel System at ULTA. It’s an at home microdermabrasion system comparable to Philosophy’s The Microdelivery Peel. For a while I debated whether to get a chemical peel and/or a few microdermabrasion sessions. But, honestly, the idea of a chemical peel scared me and I was skeptical about microdermabrasion treatments because when I got one in the past (when my skin was flawless ::sigh::) I didn’t really see any results.
My Results: I definitely see a difference in my skin. I follow it up with Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing face lotion, part of Clinique’s 3-part set. I also apply vitamin E directly from a gel capsule to trouble spots.
Tip: The product, sometimes discolors my nail polish. If you are going to use this, be aware that yours might get discolored, too.
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Have you ever had microdermabrasion? How many treatments before you saw results? Please share below.