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Doing Drugstore: RoC Daily Microdermabrasion Cleansing Disks

Before I tried microdermabrasion, I worried that it would hurt. It didn't, and my skin looked great! When I felt how soft and smooth it was, I wondered why I hadn't done it sooner. This is one treatment that lives up to the hype.

Unfortunately, I can't afford monthly treatments—but I can afford RoC's at-home microdermabrasion disks. At just ten bucks a package, they're an affordable alternative to going to the spa each month. To find out how they work,

The two-sided pads provide two types of cleansing: one side cleans and exfoliates, while the other moisturizes. A small, simple and brilliant feature is the finger pocket, which lets you really rub (and not just swipe).

After using the pads for a few weeks, I've been getting results similar to the original microdermabrasion. Now, while I wouldn't pass up a free trip to the spa, I'm pretty happy with this at-home routine. I'm a fan of Dr. Brandt's Microdermabrasion in a Jar, and I still use it for facial night, but these pads make daily exfoliation much easier.


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mominator mominator 9 years
How often are you to do this? What is the results you are suppose to see. I already have very soft skin my problem is I have some pores that I wish would shrink. Any ideas for me or am I just SOL and stuck with these ugly pores?
brightongirl brightongirl 9 years
I really like Neutrogena's microderm cleansing disks.
Peaches3 Peaches3 9 years
Is it OK to use if you have sensitive skin? I'm not one to trust over the counter products, except Cetaphil, but they don't make any exfoliating products!
nomerz nomerz 9 years
Roc is sooooo bad for your skin! And I don't trust at-home microderm kits at all. Most people overuse them and don't follow directions. Less is always more in this case, people!
colormesticky colormesticky 9 years
Before I switched to Origins I was using Roc, and I was always really happy with it. I haven't seen these pads anywhere, I think I'll have to go hunting for some.
Vannuccia Vannuccia 9 years
count me out, sorry
Vannuccia Vannuccia 9 years
If they test on animals, count me :(
sweet_potato sweet_potato 9 years
Hmm I might try these!
JBlondie JBlondie 9 years
I used to loke Roc products but they test on animals, so I can't use them anymore.
Adgammon Adgammon 9 years
I've never tried Roc products, but they look pretty good. I've just always worried what daily exfoliation would do to my skin.
Cameo27 Cameo27 9 years
I love Roc products and would love to try their microdermabrasion.
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