Just like the skin care gadgets, I am always on the hunt for great microdermabrasion-type of products. I have a feeling if I actually went and got a microdermabrasion treatment at the dermatologist, I would be in for a much different treatment, but so far I am good, and the home products suit me fine. What makes a good microdermabrasion cream, to me, are the texture and the density of the grains that abrade your face - I like them very fine and very plentiful. If there are too few and they are too big, I categorize it as more of a classic exfoliator - does that make sense? To me an exfoliator is more creamy and less grainy than a microdermabrasion cream.
This is the Skin Nutrition with Phytomins Refining Face Polish. It is a balance between a microdermabrasion cream and an exfoliator, leaning more towards microdermabrasion. The grains are very fine, which I love, and they are suspended in a sort of a combination between a gel and a cream, with a scent that is very vaguely citrus, not unpleasantly citrus at all (not a big fan of citrus). When you are done, you feel like you have had a good scrubbing, which is absolutely the important part, eh? Here is what they say:
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