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👉Are generally more effective because they involve a more thorough and aggressive process by a professional, not due to the device itself. At-home kits, being much more benign in their approach, don’t offer the same dramatic results in a short period of time. However, quantity beats quality in this scenario, whichever method allows you to have more consistent treatments is the method that will produce the best results overtime
👉Time-consuming (30-minute appointments)
👉$100-200 per treatment, 8-12 treatments needed
👉Added luxury, let's be honest, who doesn't love going to the spa
Quality At-Home Kits
👉Having a benign treatment that is still effective but not as aggressive as an in-office treatment is not necessarily a bad thing either, especially for those out there who suffer from sensitive skin. Professional microdermabrasion treatments have a tendency to cause breakouts and skin irritation amongst some clients for the very same reasons they achieve such noticeable results in a shorter period of time. Since at-home kits are gentler, it’s less likely they’ll cause such a severe reaction
👉Convenient & Easy (5-minute treatments in the comfort of your home)
👉Much more cost effective
👉You need to be able to separate the winners from the losers, there are at-home microdermabrasion devices out there starting from $10 all the way to $250.
👉It's not a toy, you can damage your skin and possibly cause scabbing, so make sure you watch the how-to video