Face tips with PMD

Put On YOUR Fresh Face For The Holidays! My 5 Favorite Tips! #pmdskin

It’s me, Connie the former Sun Worshiper, giving beauty tips? I know it makes me laugh too!! But, I have learned a lot in my life. Started with the things I did that were super bad for me; like laying out in the sun day after day until I was that toasty brown! I still love the way suntan look; however I’m NOT a fan of the aftermath. Now at 58 I have wrinkles and those blasted age spots!! Grrrrr!! Age spots on my jaw-line and the back of my hands are the worst. Child of the 60’s and 70’s did have some great perks! Sun smarts was NOT one of them! I personally had never dreamed of using a sunscreen. Seriously?! 16 years old? Turning 58 was a like million zillion miles away!! (ummm it’s not. It wasn’t! 58 got here a little too fast for my tastes!!)

So, in my 58 years here are a few things that I have learned. (Yes, the hard way! But, I did learn)

#1. Wear sunscreen religiously. Look for SPF 30 or higher and with both UVB and UVA protection every day. Sun damage can result in fine lines, wrinkles and uneven skin tone. Not mention skin cancer.

#2. Rejuvenating Beauty Products. Rejuvenate your skin with products that help prompt skin cells to product more collagen. Look for Pentapeptides; a chemical compound found in many new products. This is compound has shown to help prompt skin cells to produce more collagen, which is the support structure that gives skin a firmer look.

#3. Try highlighting. A few strands of color painted throughout your hair can subtly hide gray hairs. Adding highlights close to your face will brighten up your face as well.

#4. Try PMD Personal Microderm Since your skin cells constantly regenerate. The dead skin cells fade your natural glow and of course make your skin look older. Sunspots will fade with some of those dead layers of skin. AND! Those expensive products, serums, moisturizers and such will actually absorb better as in 20% BETTER and MORE effectively after using your PMD!!

I am thrilled with this PMD! Instead of costly trips to a dermatologists office or visits for expensive facials I am doing the same treatment at home!!

The PMD is a great way to remove dead skin cells, with an intense microdermabrasion treatment. You can actually see results in ONE TREATMENT!!

Once your PMD arrives the first step is to watch the video to learn to use this amazing tool the correct way.

Now I’m not great a creating videos that feature me……. but I did give it a try:

Starting with a clean, dry face, you will use the white training disk so that you can learn to use the PMD. This helps you learn to hold the PMD and your skin to get the best suction; therefore getting the most benefit of the PMD. You want to glide the PMD over your skin.

The PMD combines patented technology with a perfectly calibrated vacuuming suctioning system in one handheld amazing tool. Place an exfoliating disc on your PMD, then glide it across your skin, upwards and outwards, holding your skin taunt with the opposite hand. The cup that surrounds the exfoliating disk sucks the skin in, kind of like a vacuum but not nearly as strong. It doesn’t hurt in the least. Remember don’t go over the same area twice. Here’s a diagram that shows the 3 minute routine:
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It really couldn’t be easier or faster!!

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#5. SMILE!!!!! First, they will wonder what you know, or what you are up too! But truly your smile is ageless!!!

So, those are my tips. I would LOVE to know your tips for staying young!!

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6 Comments

  • Kate Sarsfield

    I used to burn horribly as a child so got used to staying covered up & in the shade. I was always afraid I’d end up like a slug all dried up!

  • KATE SARSFIELD

    My Dad used to use sun ‘oil’ & ended up with skin cancer twice. Once on his head but the other was really close to his eye & was scary.

  • Tamra Phelps

    Oh, boy, I remember those days, late 1970s, laying out in the sun, even rubbing baby oil on to attract the sun, lol. Remember when you bought ‘sun tan oil’ to get a tan, not sunscreen, lol? I might need these tips!

  • clojo9372

    First let me say, you look fantastic Connie!!! I couldn’t agree more about the importance of sunscreen — even when it’s overcast. I know it sounds strange but I only had sunburn twice in my life and both times it was overcast. No sunshine. But the UV index happened to be high on both of those days, and I was outside all day. Wear. Sunscreen. 🙂

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