MicrodermMD Home Microdermabrasion System

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MicrodermMD Home Microdermabrasion System
Price: $199.99
Shipping Options: $5 Standard OR $10 Two-Day OR $20 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Wednesday, Apr 02 to Thursday, Apr 03) + transit
Condition: New

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2/5/2014 - $199.99 - 18 comment(s)
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3/24/2014 - $199.99 (Woot Plus)
3/5/2014 - $199.99 (Woot Plus)

Pretty good reviews (4.3 out of 5.0) over at amazon
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Just an FYI: be sure to check your package when you get it. I ordered this with some “bonus items” a few months back - and they weren’t included. Sent an email to Woot, and was told “Since it has a 3-year warranty, maybe you could contact the manufacturer and get the pieces that were missing.” Um, no. Had 'em take it back.

The story behind the missing bonus pack was that we were (and are now) selling an updated version that didn’t need or include the bonus back because those extra tips came with it.

However, the MicrodermMD people were kind enough to work with wooters to get them some extra tips.

We are again selling the newer versions. No bonus kit needed because the extra stuff is already included. :slight_smile:

My wife gets some darker spots on her face in the same areas each summer. She says it is Melasma. She has been wanting to get a professional microdermabrasion treatment from a spa to take care of it. Anyone have any success with this? If this little gadget will help then I’m in for one.

Oh–the same thing happened to me. I contacted TrophySkin as per Woot’s instructions and the missing items arrived in the post a few days later. I have to say that their customer service is simply outstanding. The machine itself is really fantastic–I really do have smoother, much more clear skin after about two months of regular use. And i’ve saved a fortune in facials!

No. This will definitely NOT help someone with Melasma. This device basically “vacuums” one’s skin on one’s face with an assortment of suction pressure. According to the manual, it helps with: •minimize fine lines •acne scars •wrinkles •sun damage
•age spots •enlarged pores

Just thought I’d type a comment to see if everyone is purposely spelling (“the” teh) or not. Pretty funny in either case :slight_smile:

lol, at first I thought bruce57 misspelled it, and every other reply was a mockery. Turns out, it’s probably just a subtle April 1st joke (I’m a bit disappointed there wasn’t something more elaborate).

why stop at teh? i switch h and the preceding vowel every time i use teh combination. for instance “taht’s a great deal on teh microderm technology. tohugh i’ve seen better deals on otehr websites”. waht’s important isn’t teh joke. it’s teh person woh’s telling it’s cahracter…

Depending on how strong the suction is on this, someone who has no experience with a microdermabrasion machine can give themselves some serious hickeys lol.
The lady in the video has almost perfect skin, should’ve used someone else. She’s wrong about her explanation about crystals. Crystals are better then diamond tip though you need to make sure all crystals are removed.
The process of a microdermabrasion is more then just running the machine over your face.