PMD's Luxury Microdermabrasion Device Is On Major Sale

Finally, a splurge I can get behind.

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While I am certainly a fan of a great bargain skincare buy, allow me to make a case for the PMD Personal Microderm Pro. The do-it-all skincare gadget isn't just one of the best-selling devices on the market, but it's also majorly discounted on Amazon right now. Consider this your official call to treat yourself to the gift of good skin ahead of the holiday season.

The sale in question is the site's ongoing Holiday Beauty Haul event. While the device originally retailed for $199, it's currently going for $139.30—but these deals tend to change by the day, so it's best to jump on this price now before it goes away.

Using the PMD Personal Microderm Pro is like giving yourself a fancy microdermabrasion facial in your own home. If you're unfamiliar with the procedure, microdermabrasion is an exfoliation technique that uses tiny crystals or a diamond tip to slough away dead skin.

Instead, this device has a small disc and a tiny vacuum inside that exfoliates your face by removing debris and doing away with the top layer of the skin to reveal dewier, brighter skin underneath. That just means that the slew of products that you use on your skin will be able to penetrate deeper—and work up to 20 times better.

While some reviewers claim the device gave them glowier skin in just one use, the PMD device promises results in 8-12 weeks. That means that your skin will appear more even, dark spots will be reduced, and wrinkles will be less noticeable.


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Julia Marzovilla
E-Commerce Editor

Julia Marzovilla is the E-Commerce Editor at Marie Claire, where she covers everything from the latest beauty and fashion launches and sales to celebrity outfits and news. She also creates shopping guides that span every vertical on the site. Prior to joining the Marie Claire team, she contributed similar shopping stories to sites such as Bustle, InStyle, The Zoe Report, Who What Wear, and STYLECASTER. In her spare time, Julia can be found creating shopping guides for all of her friends, spending too much money on yet another pair of black boots, and cooking in her far-too-small kitchen.