Yep. My face feels as soft as a baby's behind. I went to Bella Strada at 3:30 to get my first ever Microdermabrasion. I'm not real sure what happened, but it FELT like Laura -- the NICEST christian lady about my age -- put something on my face that was like Soft Scrub that you clean sinks with. It was gritty. Then she had some kind of vacuum hose with a tiny suction nozzle on the end of it, and she sucked all that gritty stuff off my face. I HIGHLY recommend it. I am going to have her do my upper chest -- the part that shows in a v-neck blouse -- next time I go. She said she could. Can you see how SOFT my skin is? I doubt it. I sure can feel it though. I don't wear any makeup on my skin.
That alone made me forget about it for at least 10 years.
Several of the TV preacher ladies have had one, so I've decided it must not be a sin. I totally understand why they would want to look their best with a movie camera staring them in the face all the time.
Laura, the Microderm lady, has had work done by the surgeon she recommended, and she let me look all over her face and behind her ears and at her eyelids. She said this guy doesn't use knives -- he uses a lazer.
He also does Lyposuction. Maybe he could suck some of this tummy off of me. We shall see, and you know I'll give you step-by-step. Well, I may not be able to right after, but as soon as I can. I'm thinking about calling the doctor tomorrow for a consultation.
He will probably send me home and tell me to lose 20 pounds! Maybe for that, I would.
I'm getting ready to go pick Margaret up for dinner so I can show her my soft face. I can't quit touching it! There really is a big difference. She gave me a gift card for my birthday to have the procedure done.