Sunday, July 12, 2015

LAVO Microdermabrasion Cream for prettier skin anytime at home #lavoskin

Always check with your physician before starting any new topical product and specifically LAVO Microdermabrasion Cream. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Consult your healthcare professional prior to use if you are pregnant, nursing, taking any medication or have a medical condition. Keep out of reach of children. Not for use on Rosacea, pustule acne (pimples), open sores, and other skin ailments. Please consult your health care professional prior to using any new treatments.

I am not getting any younger so I do all I can to care for my skin every single day. That means using a good microdermabrasion cream to keep it fresh on a regular basis. I was excited to try a new product from Lavo that helps to do just that.  This novel micro-dermabrasion cream gently removes dead skin without irritating my face. My skin can be sensitive so I was happy to hear that it is gentle and it felt good when I used it. The company shared that it can help to reduce the appearance fine lines, sun damage, blemishes, and acne scars over time. This is a great option to try if you haven't used this type of product before right now. It can help by buffing away dry flaky skin that it more problematic right now. The cream contains tons of added moisturizers and fruit enzymes to keep your face hydrated. If you are spending a lot of time outdoors with your sunscreen on this is a good way to get your skin clean and fresh. It is a very light non greasy emollient cream formula.

The cream contains super fine aluminum crystals that are similar to the texture of soft sand on a tropical beach. The crystals actually gently polish your skin. It can even help to lighten and brighten skin without the use of chemicals. This is truly a professional quality micro-dermabrasion the ones used in many spas across the US and around the world. You are spending less $$ than if you go to a salon is the way I look at it. You can use it at home 1-2 times a week for the optimal results. That is how I do it.

Ultra fine tiny aluminum dioxide crystals easily buffs away dry flaky skin and smoothes out pores and wrinkles ensuring exfoliation at the microscopic level. The cream itself is a premium moisturizer that hydrates and prevents the abrasives from damaging the skin. Botanicals from aloe vera, chamomile, sea algae, calendula, and Vitamins A and E, reduce inflammation and soothes skin during exfoliation. It contains fruit enzymes from pineapple and papaya to help break down dead skin cells and to reveal brighter younger looking skin underneath. Skin will look visibly lighter as a result over time. It feels grainy like an ultra light cream mixed with super soft beach sand. No burning or tingling sensation and I don't use it near my eyes. That would not be a good idea. LAVO shared that this is the same quality cream used by professional salons and spas. Best of all it's Paraben Free, Cruelty Free, Fragrance Free, and Made in USA

It is very simple to use. All you do is scoop out a small amount about the size of a quarter with a cleansed finger and rub with a circular motion on face for 1-2 minutes. I started with 1 minute and moved up as I saw my skin responded with no irritation. Rinse thoroughly and pat dry. I slather my face with cream or  facial oil immediately following each treatment. I find my skin is very soft and has a nice glow that lasts.  I really appreciate that LACO is made in USA. I always like to support US based businesses. 

You can get this great LAVO Micro-dermabrasion Cream and right on Amazon for easy shopping anytime. 

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