What is microdermabrasion?
‘Micro means little or light and dermabrasion means mechanical or physical exit, so this light, to drain the body,’ explains Debbie. ‘Technical exfoliation is always deeper than at home but, of course, microdermabrasion is considered simple because we only remove layers of dead skin. Intermediate expulsion removes additional layers, so it is closer to the junction between the dermis and the epidermis; then there is a deep, deep chase enough to cause some bleeding. ‘
By removing the top layer of skin, the body quickly regains lost, healthy skin cells. This non-invasive process stimulates bleeding, which can improve cell production, altering the firmness and firmness of the skin.
‘There are many types of microdermabrasion now; traditional methods used to apply fine crystalline dust to the skin to remove dead skin, ‘adds Debbie. ‘But now we have varieties where bad “tips” go up and down the skin to separate dead skin, as well as treatments that remove and remove products from the skin, such as hydradermabrasion.’
Benefits of Microdermabrasion
‘When done properly and not excessively, not only will you get better skin, but you can darken colors, reduce saturation and stimulate collagen production,’ says Debbie.
Many skin types can tolerate and benefit from microdermabrasion, but you need to go to a more experienced person if you have sensitive or very sensitive skin. For example, humble acne, short scars and general congestion can be very beneficial, but if acne gets too severe, then microdermabrasion can be irritating.
‘It is good to get to a person who has few treatments and who can guide you properly. Almost every type of microdermabrasion device allows the doctor to adjust the size, so they can do more treatment for sensitive or sensitive skin, with stronger treatments for those who can’t tolerate much or need a strong way to achieve their goals. ‘
The procedure is not recommended if you have skin conditions such as rosacea, eczema, sunburn, herpes, lupus, open sores, psoriasis, weak capillaries or, as Debbie says, a very important acne.
Is microdermabrasion safe?
‘Yes, that’s where the knowledgeable hands are,’ Debbie assured us. ‘With any advanced skin treatment there is a risk of certain redness, dryness and irritation, all of which should be temporary. The idea is to encourage the skin to expect to see the skin “working” soon after. ‘
The procedure is harmless, or you may find it uncomfortable, and you may experience mild tenderness and / or redness directly after your treatment.
‘However, once the microdermabrasion has passed you can damage the skin, causing severe irritation, sensitivity and lead to inflammation, which can lead to the formation of broken arteries or veins. It is rare to get a long-term injury, but that is why we always recommend experienced and respected clinics. ‘
What about home krod microdermabrasion kits? Are they safe?
‘If used properly with a popular product then yes, but always use it with first care twice, just to test your skin’s reaction,’ advises Debbie.
The main difference between an effective facial and home treatment is that the devices used by physicians are usually very strong and penetrate deep into the skin to provide direct exfoliation.
Microdermabrasion fabric is a popular and expensive treatment option on the market, and can provide another soft alternative to sensitive skin types.