Hello beauties! Today’s post is a Silkn Revit Microderm Review. Influenster and Silkn recently sent me at at home Hair Removal Device. The Flash n Go. You can read my review here. They loved my blog post so much, that they sent me something else to review! The Revit Microderm Machine. I am certified in Microdermabrasion and have used Diamond Peel on clients in the past at a medical spa. It is so nice to have a Diamond Peel Machine of my own! I am so excited to tell you all about it.
Silkn Revit Microderm Review
If you are not familiar with Diamond Peel or Microdermabrasion, it is basically like (gently) sanding down your face to refine the texture. It is a physical form of exfoliation. It is great to combat congestion in the pores, or excess cell buildup. It works fantastically for dull or flakey skin as well. It is best to follow this process with a serum and masque. Your skin care products will penetrate the skin deeper after it has been exfoliated.
Think of how beautiful a table looks after you have sanded it down and stained it. Same concept with this! You will refine your face and apply your favorite serums and masques to penetrate deeper.
You can see a picture of some of the products I personally used. I used the Diamond Peel Machine. I followed with a brightening masque and soothing Serum. It is not in the picture, but I sealed everything in with a medium to heavy moisturizer to replenish my oils.
Remember, exfoliation is great. But over-exfoliation can dehydrate, or even sensitize the skin. Silkn advises to use this machine once a week. I always recommend following the manufacturer’s instructions.
I have used my Revit about 3 times. Here are the details:
- Professional Strength Diamond Peel can only be done once a month. This at home device is not professional strength, so you can use it once a week.
- It comes with instructions on how to use it at home. How to hold your skin taut and which direction to go in,
- I used it on my face and on the back of my arms to combat Keratosis Pilaris, otherwise known as KP or chicken skin.
- It comes with 3 different tips. Coarse. Medium. And Precision for those hard to reach areas.
I hope you all liked this Silkn Revit Microderm Review! Be sure to subscribe to my social media channels to see me in action using the Revit. Have you tried Diamond Peel or Microdermabrasion before? How did you like it? I’d love to read about your experience in the comments. Until next time. Be beautiful!