We tried a facial device that exfoliates and removes impurities

The Hydradermabrasion facial is among the most popular facials because it’s essentially a three-in-one treatment: It cleanses while exfoliating and infusing the skin with serums. It’s also a treatment that can work for a variety of skin types and skin concerns, like acne and hyperpigmentation. But is it possible to get this facial at home?

Producer Nico Reyes tests out the $260 W Skin Aqua Facial Device, an at-home facial device that’s supposed to suck impurities from the skin while infusing it with a hydrating solution, to see if it’s easy to use and how well it actually removes her skin’s impurities.

Product used in video:
W Skin Aqua Facial Device, $260

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