The rule to choosing the right tip, is the wider the suction mouth, the stronger the suction will be. We recommend starting from the smallest tip, and working your way up with repeated treatments. You can also choose the size of the tip based on the area you are using it on.
Microdermabrasion Tips are designed to exfoliate and suction away dead skin cells (and other impurities) that can lead to blocked pores, uneven skin texture, and dull-looking skin.
(S) Tip (9.33mm): Ideal for delicate areas around the eyes and nose.
(M) Tip (10.79mm): Ideal for the cheeks and jawline.
(L) Tip (12.21mm): Ideal for larger areas such as the forehead and neck.
Suction Tips are perfect for removing excess oils and other impurities that lead to clogged pores, inflammation, spots, blackheads, and acne breakouts.
(XS) Tip (9.33mm): Lowest suction strength that is ideal to start with for delicate areas around the eyes and nose.
(S) Tip (10.79mm): Low suction strength for delicate areas around the eyes and nose.
(M) Tip (11.29mm): Medium suction strength for the cheeks and jawline.
(L) Tip (12.21mm): Strong suction strength for larger areas of the face
(XL) Tip (13.89mm): Strongest suction strength for areas such as the forehead and neck.
TIP: If you have delicate or sensitive skin, attach a silicone tip to the smaller suction tips. It helps reduce suction and causes less irritation.
Attach the rubber ring around the middle of the suction base and insert the foam filter inside, before you attach any microdermabrasion or suction tip to the suction base. The rubber rings are to fasten the tips in place onto the device, and the foam bits act as the filter between the device and your face to absorb the blackheads and prevent blackheads from getting trapped in the device.