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Skin Care Review: Dr. Brandt Microdermabrasion in a Jar

by Tiff, Iowa City, IA 52242


It decreases the look of wrinkles and softens the skin.

Some people complain about the smell. If you don't like lemon pledge, don't buy it.

This is the best exfoliant I have used, although I have not tried many. It is quite expensive but lasts quite a while. I scrub for a minute and then just let it set for an additional three minutes. It decreases the look of wrinkles and softens my skin immensely. I usually use a small amount every other day which is recommended. Like I said earlier, it smells exactly like lemon pledge - you will defintely recognize the smell. I actually kind of like it and it does not linger on the skin at all.

Best scrub I have tried - softens skin and makes wrinkles less noticeable.

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