Obsessions, SkincareDDF 400x Revolve MicroPolishing System

I’ll admit- before I tried the DDF Revolve 400x Micro-polishing System, I was a tad skeptical- but now a few weeks in, I am a true believer. The at home system promises to deliver microdermabrasion in just 2 minutes a week without the harmful side effects of having crystal blasted at and then sucked off your skin.  To be honest, I’ve never been a huge fan of micro-dermabrasion for that very reason- my skin is often left very red and raw after the procedure but I always go back to get it because I do love how clear and glowing my face is during the healing process as fresh skin grows in.

With DDF Revolve 400x, you can now skip over all that irritating stuff while still getting super smooth and soft skin.  The system pairs a sponge applicator which rotates at a speed of 400 times per minute with a polishing solution- baking soda crystals- to help exfoliate and resurface the skin. The procedure is simple- simply apply the polishing solution to wet skin (you can tell it’s activating when you feel it warm up) and then just pass the rotating sponge over your face for about a minute.  The process is super easy and painless- I just do it in the shower- and the results keep me going back to the tool even though I’m notoriously lazy about exfoliating.

Even after just one application my skin is radiant and oh-so-soft that I can’t stop touching it!!  I also feel like it keeps my breakouts at bay and controls my skin’s oil production. In fact, I’m addicted!  DDF recommends that you only use the tool twice a week but I love the massage feeling so much that on off days I use their cleaning head brush to wash my face.  All this coming from someone who could neither maintain an exfoliating routine or using her Clarisonic for more than a few times.  It’s simple- DDF just makes the whole process so easy and the results so visible.

Oh and it clocks in at $95 online (much cheaper than competing products) and you can get an extra 20% off using code SkinREV online before the product launches in stores.

5 Comments

  1. shannon abdollmohammadi  |  27 May 2010 at 2:22 PM

    I just got mine today at nordstrom and I am so excited to start using it.

  2. elina  |  30 May 2010 at 8:55 PM

    hello! comparing clarisonic and this one, which one is better and what’s the difference? thanks!

  3. Carolyn  |  1 June 2010 at 12:19 PM

    Hi! This is a different tool from Clarisonic- as Clarisonic is a deep cleansing tool and this is a heavy exfoliation/resurfacing tool. with that said- the DDF tool does also come with a Clarisonic style brush that you can use for cleansing. I personally prefer the DDF- it is cheaper and does double duty!

  4. elina  |  2 June 2010 at 12:20 AM

    hi okay thank you very much! :)

  5. Mary lusen  |  11 January 2011 at 12:34 PM

    How do I order this?

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