Saying Goodbye to Microdermabrasion Treatments For Bright Skin

It’s time to contest another dermatological procedure with the power of natural products!

Tons of dermatological procedures are becoming popular amongst those looking to get brighter, perkier and beautiful skin. In fact, you can even find some of these procedures offered at a local salon!

But are they really worth investing in? Beauty isn’t just skin deep, and that applies to skin care, too. Sure, these dermatological procedures give you instant results, but what if there was a way to encapsulate those instant results and make them stay for much, much longer without needing a re-do?

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Microdermabrasion: What You Need To Know

This is another popular treatment that’s making waves amongst beauty conscious people. The process aims to exfoliate the skin using a powerful wand that propels crystals and distilled fluid to slough away dead cells and dislodge congestion from pores.

The treatment needs to be done every 2-3 weeks in order to maintain the glowing, bright and smooth complexion you’ve been chasing. And here’s another thing; you’ll be paying anywhere between $75 and $250 per session, and there’s a chance you’ll be walking out with red and raw skin – which we hope doesn’t last for over 24 hours!

But if you’re looking for something that actually delivers long term effects in a safe and reliable way, check out Vitamin C!

Hello, Bright Skin!

What does Vitamin C do for your skin that microdermabrasion cannot? Well, plenty!

It Brightens – And For Good!

Vitamin C helps to reverse the damage caused by UV rays and free radicals in the environment. These harmful factors can actually cause your skin to become dull and lose luster.

Helps Exfoliate the Skin In a Safe Way

The Vitamin C benefits for skin aren’t restricted to just brightening. In fact, studies have shown that it helps to boost collagen production, which helps your skin to regenerate in a healthier way. Gradually, you’re left with fresher and more youthful looking skin.

It Cleanses Your Skin

For adults who struggle with oily skin and acne, Vitamin C helps to clear skin from within by fighting bacteria, controlling sebum production and shrinking pores to reduce the onset of these problems!

It’s Safe to Use

Whether you’re in your 20’s or 50’s, Vitamin C is safe to use. It helps to keep skin healthy and slows down premature ageing by reducing wrinkles, dark spots and other such signs. It also helps to ease inflammation and is easy on delicate skin areas.

So what’s it going to be? Let us know in the comments how you feel about the Vitamin C vs. Microdermabrasion debate – what will you choose? Oh, and here’s a great product to get you started!



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About Author:
Jennifer Valdino | Skincare Expert | Facialist | Blogger
Jennifer Valdino is a Facialist and Skincare Expert. She frequently shares her general approach to caring for your skin through many public speeches. Jennifer truly understands how confidence having a bad skin can be, and she’s passionate about sharing her knowledge for tackling it. She knows first-hand how skin is so intrinsically linked to confidence as well as the best science-backed method to handle it. 
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Many of my clients have tried Microdermabrasion in the past without any success. The best natural skincare product that seems to work for them is the Vitamin C Serum from ML Delicate Beauty (
Let me know if it works well for you too.

Jennifer Valdino September 09, 2019

I just ordered some vitamin C serum and I can’t wait for it to get here and to try it out. I have been struggling with my skin for years and I had tried microdermabrasion and it really didn’t help at all. Even though I forked over so much money.

Grace September 09, 2019

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