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    Default Olay Regenerist Microdermabrasion

    I bought it, I like it, and I will continue to use it. I had to find an exfoliator that was gentle and penetrated. There's no peeling, just soft, clean skin. My foundation slid right on after two uses.

    It takes 1 and half minutes and then you put moisturizer on. Look like sugar in orange gel.

    First you massage in the orange gel scrub, then massage in the serum right over it, then remove with face cloth and water.


    The Olay Regenerist System has two steps that actively work together to give you a combination of a microdermabrasion and mini-peel treatment, but it's gentle enough to use up to two times a week for continuous results.


    Results you will experience with the Olay Regenerist System:
    • Gently resurfaces skin's texture
    • Activates surface cell renewal
    • Conditions skin to leave it feeling soft and smooth
    • Visibly improves skin tone
    • Diminishes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
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    I love Olay products. I use the face soap and moisturizer (have for a long time) and I get compliments on my skin all the time.

    I will try this for sure! Thanks for the info.

    I have a dark patch or a small dark discoloration on my left cheek that I wish I could get rid of or fade but nothing has worked so far.
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    Me too, under my left eye, a few dots.

    I got a sample from Sephora and have been using this sparingly. I think I'm going to buy it.




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    I've been looking for a good microdermabrasion product. Thanks for the tip.


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    I just posted on another thread about how I loved Olay's products until I found alternatives, but you have made me decide to go up to the local pharmacy and buy the Olay Microdermabrasion kit.

    Thanks! Once I get it and try it I will post back...

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    is it really supergay that i want to buy it too?
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    Yes but your skin might be fabulous for it! Report your results if you try it.

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    i wanted to get one of those microdermabrasion kits with the thing that looked like a circular sander for your face. I hear those are expensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimmlok View Post
    i wanted to get one of those microdermabrasion kits with the thing that looked like a circular sander for your face. I hear those are expensive.
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    Yeah, one of these..

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    now I want!!!
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    I get even better results by using the neutrogena "sander" thing along with the olay regenerist. I use it to massage the orange scrub evenly across the skin.

    Baby soft skin. Great products.
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    I just bought this today. I almost bought the Neutrogena thing instead. Maybe I will go back and get it too, and use it with the Olay products. My luck I will sand all my damn skin off, but my skin needs a change.
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    i'm afraid of the sander things.

    i use all olay products. i use pro-x moisturizer and regenerist daily scrub in the shower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fgg View Post
    i'm afraid of the sander things.

    i use all olay products. i use pro-x moisturizer and regenerist daily scrub in the shower.
    Then try a facial exfoliator brush. My skin is very sensitive and as much as I'd love to try out one of the microdermabrasion kits to lessen the effects of acne scars and even out the tone a little I remember what happened when I tried a supposedly gentle facial scrub. Was. Not. Good. The nice thing about the brushes is that its easier to go as hard or as soft as you want and even though the bristles feel quite soft they really do a great job. Another bonus is that they are a hell of a lot cheaper, too. I think the last one I bought cost me about 1.50/2.00 and I have found it really helps.


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