Pretty much every woman over 18 has got it, but there's no permanent fix for cellulite. The first five-minute treatment didn't make a difference that day, but surprisingly our skin was smoother the next morning. Two more five-minute sessions and our dimpling was significantly less noticeable—even our boyfriend commented. We're not totally sure how we feel about that, but we were thrilled nonetheless with the improvement, which lasted for just under a week. They also sell an exfoliating head, but it didn't seem to add anything, so we'd skip it. Buffing away dark spots sounds like the stuff of dreams our dreams, at least , but the PMD Personal Microderm comes ridiculously close to making that a reality.
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Dendy Engelman. Whitney Bowe share some of their favorite home devices , rollers , creams, ingredients, and treatments that work to firm up skin on the face, neck, and body. According to Dr. Engelman's favorite microneedling device.
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While we all have favorite new skin-care products in the form of serums , scrubs , or mists , these days, some are also plugging in our at-home facial treatments. While topical ingredients are great, it's medical-grade gadgets that can make noticeable differences almost immediately with regard to wrinkles, acne, fine lines, and the like. Check out the expert-approved at-home facial gadgets that'll give you smoother, clearer, plumper, and brighter skin, all without having to leave the house.
Over the past few years, technology and skin care have collided more than ever before, causing us to wonder: Could there soon be a day when all our precious serums and creams will be rendered obsolete, replaced by a bevy of high-tech tools and devices? The short answer is probably not. No product-obsessed person would ever dare say "see ya later" to their beloved top shelf, but that's not to say the aforementioned gadgets won't seriously upgrade the skin-care game — and potentially shake up the industry as we know it.