Updated January, 2020
Trophy Skin’s Microdermabrasion Tips are an essential part of our Microdermabrasion At Home Devices, without it our Devices won’t be able to do its full potential in helping you attain that you beautiful, radiant younger-looking skin.
Most of our customers have been confused on how the Tips work, let us help you understand the purpose of each tips.
The Large Microdermabrasion Tip is what we recommend for larger body parts such as the back and thighs.
The Precision Microdermabrasion Diamond Tip is perfect for those hard to reach, delicate and/or angular areas of the face such as around the eyes. Please note that we highly recommend that you lower the suction level when targeting delicate areas.
The Standard Microdermabrasion Diamond Tip is effective for face and reachable body parts like neck, arms etc. It is included in the MicrodermMD and RejuvadermMD Package.
The Pore Extractor Tip or better yet the Blackheads Extractor tool is what we recommend for your problems with blackheads, whiteheads and excess oil. Please visit our Youtube Channel on how to use the Pore Extractor Tip: https://youtu.be/BoACLLmZPt0
The Fine Diamond Tip is highly recommended for our Customers that has sensitive skin. With guaranteed spa-quality results!
And finally, the Pore Infusion Tip. It is the right tip to use if you are trying to feed your skin with valuable nutrients, it will help open the pores and absorb the nutrients from you favorite serum or cream. We highly advised that you use the lowest suction power for maximum absorption and delivery of the nutrients to your skin.
It is important to remove your diamond tip and clean with a soft brush (such as nail brush, small bottle brush or old toothbrush head) with clean water and a drop of gentle soap. Brushing off the debris after each use will keep dead skin cells from becoming trapped and causing the diamond tip to lose coarseness. All of our Microdermabrasion Tips are built to last at least 6 months to 1 year with normal usage and with regular care and cleaning.
So, which one is the right Tip for you?
Post updated for 2019.