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Has anyone tried out the PMD kit? I am interested in buying it because I, like so many others, do not have perfect skin and want to improve it as much as I can. I have comb/oily skin and adult acne that has caused me to have large pores especially on my cheeks and a little on my chin. So, I want to know if anyone has used this and has actually seen results.

Feb 10, 2013 @ 07:24 pm

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Never heard of it, what is it? My sister had such bad acne even steroid pills from her doctor wouldn't work. She ended up using Proactive and boy did I tell a difference!
Feb 10, 2013 @ 11:01 pm

Never heard of it before.

I've never heard of it either, but I also have combination skin - that is extremely acne prone. I used Proactiv for quite awhile - and swear by it. It honestly worked wonders on my skin!
Feb 11, 2013 @ 07:09 am


Really? I thought everyone knew about it! It has so many video reviews on youtube. The PMD stands for Personal Microderm. It's suppose to be a cheaper alternative to going to a dermatologist and is just as effective, if not better, people are saying. I might try proactiv but I am scared to because I have heard that some people that tried coming off of proactiv eneded up getting serious problems with their skin. So it made the impression that they might use some type of chemical that makes your skin, for lack of a better word, "addicted" to the proactiv formula so as soon as you would come off it, you'd start breaking out. I don't know if this is true nor am I saying I believe it but I have just heard it.
Feb 18, 2013 @ 10:32 am


Here is the website, if you are interested in the PMD:
Feb 18, 2013 @ 10:35 am


I get a microderm a couple times a year and it really helps me! My skin is pretty sensitive and prone to breakouts, but after getting a microderm I see a huge difference. My overall skin tone evens out, pores become much less visible, and my skin stays clear for weeks after. I would highly recommend this to anyone, even if they don't have acne or oily skin, just because of the cleansing and visual benefits you get from it.
Mar 13, 2013 @ 09:34 pm
Ali de Bold


Those kinds of breakouts are all related to hormones so while it's really important to have a great skincare regimen, the best thing you can do is figure out how to get your hormones back in check. I would talk to your doctor about it or a naturopath and find out what can be done about that.
Mar 13, 2013 @ 09:53 pm

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