Before I tried microdermabrasion, I worried that it would hurt. It didn't, and my skin looked great! When I felt how soft and smooth it was, I wondered why I hadn't done it sooner. This is one treatment that lives up to the hype.
Unfortunately, I can't afford monthly treatments—but I can afford RoC's at-home microdermabrasion disks. At just ten bucks a package, they're an affordable alternative to going to the spa each month. To find out how they work, read more
The two-sided pads provide two types of cleansing: one side cleans and exfoliates, while the other moisturizes. A small, simple and brilliant feature is the finger pocket, which lets you really rub (and not just swipe).
After using the pads for a few weeks, I've been getting results similar to the original microdermabrasion. Now, while I wouldn't pass up a free trip to the spa, I'm pretty happy with this at-home routine. I'm a fan of Dr. Brandt's Microdermabrasion in a Jar, and I still use it for facial night, but these pads make daily exfoliation much easier.