Dr. Brandt PoreDermabrasion Review


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Dr. Brandt PoreDermabrasion


I believe strongly in the benefits of regular exfoliation to encourage cell renewal for a better, glowing complexion.  Therefore, when iFabbo emailed about Dr. Brandt PoreDermabrasion, I thought why not see how this $58 pore perfecting exfoliator sent for my review worked for this #iFabboMember.

**Disclaimer:  This post has been compensated through a free product (s) and/ or monetary payment.  Opinions are solely mine. **

According to the package, this product deeply cleans and refines the appearance of pores as it smooths skin texture through professional grade micro crystals and chemical exfoliator.

I followed the directions by damping my face first before applying a small amount of the Dr. Brandt #PoreDermabrasion.  I gently massaged the product on my face and away from my eyes for the recommended minute. Then, I gave it about two minutes as the box specified to activate the product’s ingredients before finally rinsing.

With my dry complexion, Dr. Brandt PoreDermabrasion left my skin feeling tight from my time using it for this review.  I did not experience redness or irritation, but I felt uncomfortable. Perhaps, those with normal to oily complexions would feel differently, but this is not a product for me.

However, if Dr. Brandt PoreDermabrasion sounds like something that could benefit your complexion, this product ships free so use this link and share.  You can also earn X2 loyalty points with that purchase.  In fact, if you share with friends and they return to dr.brandskincare.com, you can both save up to $10 on your next purchase when you click here.



  1. Wanda Bergman
    September 30, 2015 / 2:45 pm

    Looks like a great product which I think would really benefit my skin. I think I'll look into this further. Thanks for the review.

  2. burgerlady
    September 30, 2015 / 4:14 pm

    Thanks for the honest review.

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