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Is Microdermabrasion For You?

Posted by Amy Raval on Jan 10, 2014, 3:58:16 AM

Is Microdermabrasion for meParisan peel or Microdermabrasion is a noninvasive, skin rebuilding technique which uses fine sharp tips or micro-crystals and vacuum suction on the skin. Normally there are no needles or sedatives needed for microdermabrasion. The pressure and speed of vacuum are balanced on the basis of tolerance and sensitivity of the skin. Microdermabrasion is regularly contrasted with the sensation of a cat licking your face, an uneven yet delicate touch. Normal sessions take place for a period between 5-60 minutes. The good thing about this therapy is that, you need not wait long to recover from it; you can get back to work almost immediately after a single session. Also, you need not compromise with your make- up part and it’s safe to apply cosmetics directly after microdermabrasion. Owing to the increased permeability of the skin, the assimilation of medication into the skin is relatively high.

One should not confuse Microdermabrasion with Dermabrasion which is rather an invasive surgical procedure and is painful. The former works by evacuating a portion of the top layer of the skin called the stratum corneum. Just like you rub off the dental plaque by brushing your teeth daily, microdermabrasion does the same job to remove the skin trash. Normally, a typical human skin is regenerated every 30 days which makes this microderm treatment a temporary affair and it needs to be frequent every 2-4 weeks for continued enhancement of the skin. A succession of treatments supplemented with sunscreen lotions and creams yield best outcomes.

Benefits of Microdermabrasion:

A standout amongst the most vital benefits of Microdermabrasion is its anti aging effect. Treated regions show changes in the tone, composition, and color of skin. Here are few other benefits.

  • It diminishes negligible yet noticeable lines and wrinkles
  • It helps smooth coarsely textured skin
  • It diminishes the presence of pimple inflammation and skin break out scars
  • It cures clogged pores and whiteheads
  • It minimizes developed and open pores
  • It repairs dull, focused or congested skin
  • It works on all skin types without posing any risk to the same
  • Being a non-invasive procedure it reduces age spots to a great extent
  • The recovery period after a single session is short

Risks Involved with Microdermabrasion:

Although, microdermabrasion is a safe process in more than one sense, there are few minor risks involved with the same.

The point when the microdermabrasion machine is not legitimately taken care of, or has not been sterilized properly, it can bring about hyperpigmentation, skin wounds or contaminations.

It's also possible to sniff Aluminium oxide micro-crystals from the microderm machines utilized throughout the treatment. Even though they are non-toxic, consuming them in large amounts may cause respiratory disorders.

People may also witness skin discoloration few weeks after treatment, although that can be fixed by using a skin lotion.

All in all, this kind of non-abrasive treatment is exceptionally suitable for individuals with dull or pallid skin, gentle pimple inflammation, pimple staining, pick marks, and extremely shallow skin break out scars. Microdermabrasion may be an excellent medicine alternative for patients with shallow skin issues and occupied lifestyles. People with deep scars may require a comparatively longer arrangement of treatments or may have to switch to the surgical method of dermabrasion or laser resurfacing. To discover if Microdermabrasion is right for you, consider scheduling a consult.

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Topics: Microdermabrasion, Skin Care, Wrinkle Treatments