New Gadget Alert on the Cheap: Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare Steamer Solutions Facial Device

Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare Steamer Solutions Facial Device
I was planning on blogging the Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare Steamer Solutions Facial Device early this week but I got sidetracked. I know, do we really need another beauty tool in our lives? But the Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare Steamer Solutions Facial Device ($125) seemed like something I could really use this Winter considering my dry skin seems out of control at the moment.

This professional steamer delivers a constant flow of moisture for dry, dehydrated skin….but $125? Ouch!

I found a SUPER deal though if you have room in your life for a new gadget!

THis works with steam-fusion technology which simultaneously cleanses pores, exfoliates and hydrates skin. The steamer delivers a continuous facial treatment for up to 20 minutes, providing immediate and long-term results.

Benefits:

  • Infuses hydration
  • Promotes a clear complexion
  • Soothes and promotes relaxation
  • Enhances product penetration and accelerates results

It’s $125 and that seems a little too much to indulge at the moment however, it was actually featured on Good Morning America for a hell of a lot less.

You can get the steam plus Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare Extra Strength Alpha Beta Peel (30 Application Packettes) for $98 dollars! This is normally a $213 deal.

I went ahead and ordered. I need a new gadget in my life like a hole in my head but I couldn’t resist.

Just visit gma.yahoo.com to take advantage of the offer! Or you can try visiting www.dgskincare.com directly (the deal should pop up right away).

Happy Haulin’!

I’ll review mine when it arrives!

  • 1/11/13 10:46 Cindy Ramirez:

    At first I thought this was a food processor or something… haha. Hope it helps with your dry skin!

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    • 1/11/13 10:47 the Muse:

      LOL me too! I never owned a steamer so kinda hopeful it’ll be life changing ;-D

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    • 1/11/13 10:53 Cj:

      That’s exactly what’s I thought! I’m like why is Muse posting about a food chopper…. :p

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      • 1/11/13 10:58 the Muse:

        hehehehehehehe! It really doesn’t look like a blender or food processor of some sort ;-D

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  • 1/11/13 11:09 K.B.:

    OMG want! (Even though I won’t buy it because it’s $125 and I won’t ever use it.)

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  • 1/11/13 11:23 Missy:

    Am I the only one who snickered at his last name? Dr Gross xD

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  • 1/11/13 11:32 Heather N King:

    That’s so cool! Back in my addicted-to-going-to-the-gym days, I would always sit in the steam room after my workout. Regular steaming really does wonders for your complexion. I can’t wait to read your review!

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    • 1/11/13 11:48 the Muse:

      really hoping it’ll do something amazing for my skin heather ;D

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  • 1/11/13 11:40 Diane:

    You will love this. I have a steamer for my hair and it has a facial attachment likemthis. Been using it a few times a week this winter and its helped me skin feel softer and not be as dry! Enjoy it!

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    • 1/11/13 11:45 the Muse:

      thank you thank you ;-D I’m happy to hear that wasn’t sure I should be dishing out for a steamer lol!

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  • 1/11/13 11:48 Cj:

    Btw you can totally pick up a conair facial steamer at cvs for like 20$… It probably won’t be as good quality as this one but its something to think about

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    • 1/11/13 11:55 the Muse:

      thanks, now that I ordered this LOL! ;-D

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      • 1/11/13 11:58 Cj:

        Whoops? See we’re both the same, just can’t wait to order shiny things!

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        • 1/11/13 11:59 the Muse:

          LOL need an Aria too btw…UGH!

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          • 1/11/13 12:02 Cj:

            Rofl I already got one of those :D if it helps you can always have an… accident with your current clarisonic so you’d have incentive to buy a new one :D

          • 1/11/13 12:04 the Muse:

            yeah but than aria will release in new colors and I’d have to have an accident with that LOL!

          • 1/11/13 12:08 Cj:

            and that is what we call a series of unfortunate events…

          • 1/11/13 12:09 the Muse:

            LOL ;D

  • 1/11/13 12:03 Tennyoceres:

    At the fancy eco spas they just fill a bowl of hot water with a few drops of smell good oils (lavender, peppermint, rose, etc.) and put it under your face. When they want to be extra fancy the water is in a glorified pot with a mini electric burner under it set to low. If gadgets don’t work, just MacGuyver stuff from your kitchen!

    I actually use the steam for my asthma or when I can’t breathe through my nose when I’m sick. The face moisturizing is a side benefit.

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  • 1/11/13 12:34 Jacqueline:

    That looks like a dalek 0.o

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    • 1/11/13 12:34 the Muse:

      LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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      • 1/11/13 12:37 Cj:

        Whatever you do don’t set it on the exterminate mode!!!

        Ps: Jedward + Makeup… I can’t even. http://youtube.com/watch?v=lVS75lRXfUo

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        • 1/11/13 12:41 the Muse:

          JEDWARD!!!!!!!!!!!!! AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! :-D *feels guilty for thinking they are hawt*

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          • 1/11/13 12:43 the Muse:

            lol laura mercier, bobbi brown call me!

          • 1/11/13 12:45 the Muse:

            hey are just so fabulous. what fun kids ;-D anytime I see a vid with them I always end up smiling from ear to ear ;D

          • 1/11/13 13:45 Cj:

            Me too me too me too!

          • 1/11/13 14:05 the Muse:

            :-D

          • 1/11/13 14:05 the Muse:

            ps retweeted that to bobbi and laura mercier. I know bobbi will prob get a kick out of it!

  • 1/11/13 13:18 blue:

    have you tried using a cream cleanser muse? my skin was really dry a month or so ago with the weather change but once i switched to a cream cleanser and only cleansed my face once a day (usually at night when i remove my makeup) it was loads better. i only splash my face with water in the morning, no cleanser at all. then i apply the coconut cream moisturizer and it stopped the dryness. don’t know if i’m allowed to post a link directly to the moisturizer…if not, i’ll email it to u

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    • 1/11/13 13:20 the Muse:

      hi blue, I use a collagen cleanser (cream) in the AM and an oil cleanser in the evening…I just have to be diligent about exfoliating at least twice a week and making sure to use a few facial masks and this really helps keeps my skin from becoming too dry/lackluster. :-D

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      • 1/11/13 13:46 blue:

        chemical exfoliant or manual exfoliant? have u tried mandelic acid exfoliant muse?

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        • 1/11/13 14:05 the Muse:

          manual exfoliant at the moment but from time to time switch out and use bliss’s AH pads or philosophy’s version. always feel like I don’t see the same results when using a chemical peel versus good old fashion scrub. no haven’t used that. success?

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          • 1/11/13 14:27 blue:

            surprisingly, yes. its more gentle than other AHA’s i’ve tried. it tingles a bit when i put it on but it doesn’t burn.

          • 1/11/13 14:41 the Muse:

            thanks for the rec maybe will try in the future ;-D I always feel odd about aha…sometimes I like sometimes I feel like a good old scrub just works better ;-D

  • 1/11/13 13:41 Kiss & Make-up:

    Looking at the pic I had no clue what it was, haha :-)

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  • 1/11/13 14:36 Audrey C.:

    That thing looks enormous! I barely have room for a Clarisonic in my bathroom, I don’t even know where I’d put that thing. o_O

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    • 1/11/13 14:37 the Muse:

      LOL! true…my bathrooms are already stocked full of other rubbish! do I really NEED more!?

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  • 1/11/13 15:33 Tiffany Martin:

    On Futurederm I read that steam isn’t good for skin…

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  • 1/11/13 20:00 BLee:

    Ill take it if it washes the dishes too. LOL :D But I will be look for your review, Muse.

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  • 1/11/13 21:47 Sal Z:

    I actually got my DDGSC Steamer a few weeks ago, this steamer is A.M.A.Z.I.N.G! It leaves my skin so moist & dewy it is like I just had a full facial at a spa! I use it like this:

    Cleanse

    Steam (5-20 Minutes)

    Treatment (I happen to use the DDGSC Alpha Beta Peels)

    Serum

    Moisturizer

    And my Skin has never looked better!

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    • 1/14/13 12:32 the Muse:

      YAY sal happy to hear!

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  • 1/12/13 3:22 goddesslily:

    Just to think all this time I was using my little ole tea kettle to steam my little ole face!

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  • 1/12/13 17:27 Courtney:

    I ordered it, too!! Plus, LOVE those peel pads. I’m hoping this combo will take my complexion to the next level!;)

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    • 1/14/13 11:01 the Muse:

      yay! I can’t wait to get it ;-D update me how you like it when it arrives!

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  • 1/12/13 19:41 Shadia L.:

    Gosh, this sounds incredibly tempting… I’m just a bit confused about conflicting advice I’ve seen and read from various skin experts and dermatologists; some recommend steaming the face, while others adamantly state that steaming is a no-no. What the hell?!

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    • 1/14/13 10:59 the Muse:

      same here shadia some say it is great others say no…appears that it isn’t great for acne prone skin but for everyone else it is fine…that’s from what I read but I’m no expert ;-D

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  • 1/13/13 1:01 Angel:

    It looks like a bong ha ha ha!

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  • 1/17/13 23:47 Sal Z:

    Actually for acne prone skin this Steamer has an OZONE switch which is specifically designed for congested skin!!! It is a MIRACLE!

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    • 1/18/13 9:50 the Muse:

      that’s awesome!

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  • 1/29/13 5:04 Olivia:

    Hi muse! Have you received it yet? Can’t wait for your review!!

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    • 1/29/13 7:30 the Muse:

      got it olivia ;-D been testing it out…will review soon :)

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  • 4/11/13 3:15 Lori:

    Hi Muse! How have you been enjoying your steamer? Your review is going to help me decide whether or not to purchase.

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    • 4/11/13 9:09 the Muse:

      hi lori still testing it out :) so far so good, review is upcoming soon!

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      • 4/17/13 1:48 Chelsea:

        It’s been so looong. Please review! LOL! There isn’t much on the internet about it review wise. I’d love to read about your experience.

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  • 4/5/14 22:34 Alyssa:

    Hey Muse, do you think you would be able to post a review for this now? With the sephora Chic Week, I just started looking at this but no one is talking about it! Plus they just created a set that includes this so any information would be amazing!

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    • 4/7/14 15:40 Isabella Muse:

      hi alyssa I’ll try to get to, been a busy week here and hasn’t even started :) but will do my best!

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