PMD Personal Microderm Review

PMD Personal Microderm

Okay, so I've talked quite a bit about skincare products recently and today we've got more, I've always loved skincare but recently it's been kicked up a gear maybe it's something to do with the horrifying fact that I turn 30 next year, who knows! Either way, I've been especially interested in skincare devices and I've picked up a few bits that I've still got to review but today we are going to be talking about something that was very kindly gifted to me by PMD, the Personal Microderm.

PMD Personal Microderm

The PMD Personal Microderm (classic) costs £145 and is described as a revolutionary at-home device providing the same brilliant results as professional, in-office microdermabrasion treatments. It combines Patented Spinning Disc technology with Perfectly Calibrated Vacuum Suction to leave skin looking fresh and radiant. That all sounds amazing right, well I've been putting it to the test for the last few weeks and I'm ready to give you my thoughts.

PMD Personal Microderm

The packaging is really nice, the box gives lots of really clear easy to read instructions and the device itself comes in 7 different colours, I chose Blush, a beautiful soft pink shade. You'll receive your device, power adapter, reusable filter, 2 caps (one for the face and one for the body) and 6 discs plus a training disc. It's really easy to set us you just plug it in, make sure your filter is in place with your chosen disc and cap and away you go. You receive 6 discs, 2 different sizes in 3 different colours, the smaller sizes are for use on the face and the larger sizes can be used on the body. The different colours of the discs indicate how intense the results will be, you should start with the training disc which is white to get used to using the device and see how it feels, then you can upgrade to the grey discs which are for sensitive skin, slowly work through the colours as the weeks go by and your skin adjusts and becomes more tolerant, if you go too intense too quickly you may irritate the skin.

PMD Personal Microderm

To use the Personal Microderm you want to make sure you have clean, dry skin, switch the device on and whilst gently pulling the skin, glide the device over the face and work up the face in sections. You shouldn't stop in one area or move slowly these should be quick sweeping motions to get the best results and avoid and sensitivity or irritation. When finished you can use a soothing toner and moisturiser and wash the cap and filter.

PMD Personal Microderm

Okay, so I've been using this for a couple of weeks now and so far I'm loving it, it leaves your skin feeling so soft and smooth and I feel like it's helping with my acne scarring although I'll need to continue using it for a bit longer to be sure. I recommend you don't use this any more than once a week and be careful about which disc you choose if you have sensitive skin as it can be quite intense. It can feel a little strange the first couple of times you use it but it's not painful and once you get the hang of it, it's very quick and easy and gives great results. This could be considered fairly expensive although I find that most skincare devices don't come cheap but I think it's worth the investment as you would no longer need to spend money on exfoliating skincare products but do keep in mind you'll need to replace each disc after about a month if using once a week. These cost about £19 and you'll receive a new filter, 4 smaller discs and 2 larger discs in your chosen colour which I think is very reasonable. 

So, overall, I'm loving my Personal Microderm and I'm excited to see what other long term benefits I see as the weeks go on, this is definitely up there as one of my favourite skincare devices that I currently own!


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