Saturday 27 July 2019

Sesderma Abradermol Microdermabrasion Cream

(Gifted item) It's been a very long time since I've used a fine 'scrubby' product like this on my face and while I generally prefer to use exfoliating acids in my everyday routine, a bit of physical exfoliatian can be so satisfying. The Abradermol Microdermabrasion Cream from Spanish brand Sesderma got my attention because I've tried something similar in the past and I really enjoyed the results so wanted to see if my skin still appreciated a proper physical scrub.

Sesderma Abradermol Cream

Aluminium Oxide Crystals provide the exfoliation in the cream formula. These crystals are the same product used in many professional Microdermabrasion treatments in which they are 'sprayed' onto the skin to exfoliate and encourage cell renewal. In this case, the crystals are suspended in a cream with Shea Butter and Niacinamide and they do their thing via manual exfoliation. Shea Butter is included to moisturise, protect and regenerate the skin while Niacinamide moisturises, prevents water loss and improves the barrier function of the skin as well as working to prevent irritation; a great addition to a product containing Aluminium Oxide Crystals which are pretty harsh by their nature.

The fine, gritty cream is designed to be gently massaged over a clean, moist face in circular motions (avoiding the eye area and lips) before rinsing it away with water. The result is incredibly smooth skin with a noticeable glow, which is right up my street! The cream can also be used on the body, just go easy with this stuff on any 'delicate' areas.
I found that Abradermol also preps the skin beautifully to receive serums and moisturisers (I don't use active skincare products immediately after using this) and they seem to absorb into the skin more quickly. It really is quite similar to that smooth, gorgeous skin feeling you're left with after an excellent facial.
If you're keen to try Sesderma Abradermol Microdermabrasion Cream for yourself, it retails for £18.20 in the UK at Sesderma.

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