The Bottom Line
- Easy to use.
- Smells Great.
- 1.9 ounces isn't much product for $30.
- You use up a lot of product each use.
- A deodorant shaped body exfoliator.
- 1.9 ounces currently retails for $30.
- To use, simply glide stick over wet skin.
- Use up to 3 times a week, or as needed.
Guide Review - Rodan + Fields: Enhancements Body Micro-Dermabrasion
I'll start this review by being completely honest - I wanted to hate this product. Really, I did. I didn't like the deodorant-like container, and I was certain before I even tried it that it wouldn't exfoliate like my favorite body scrubs.
I used the Body Micro-Dermabrasion in the shower and couldn't believe it when I instantly loved it. It has a great, sweet scent that I really enjoyed.
The product literally looks like deodorant stick. It has a slight grey-blue color with obvious exfoliating bits mixed in. To use, you simply rub it on your skin. It cleanses and exfoliates at the same time.
Here's what I love:
- Easy to Use - Do you ever feel like you miss places when you use your regular body scrub? Or maybe you need to use a ton of product because the granules get washed off too quickly? This product easily glides over your skin - nothing to get rinsed down too quickly.
- Non-Messy - And anyone who's used a body scrub knows that many of them leave an oily film in your tub that can be slippery or cause dirt to adhere. This product doesn't do that at all.
- Completely Effective in Exfoliating - And in my opinion, this product exfoliates better than most, if not all, of my body scrubs.
As mentioned above, you're not getting much product for $30, and after using just a few times, I'm surprised that I've gone through about a quarter of the Body Micro-Dermabrasion. But even so, if you use it once a week, it's still going to last you a good 3 months.
And one last praise-point, Rodan + Field's Body Micro-Dermabrasion is compact, which is great for a small shower. It doesn't take up the space like a tub of exfoliator does, and you don't have to scoop out product like you typically do.