Microdermabrasion involves removing problem layers through a powerful rubbing effect on the skin of the face and then eliminating these microparticles from the face together with the removed dead skin. With microdermabrasion, the epidermis and surface layer of the dermis are gradually peeled. In this way, problems on the skin of the face such as scarring, wrinkles and pigmentation marks are gradually reduced under the effect of abrasion, depending on the degree of the initial problem.
Increased blood flow on the skin surface during the dermabrasion procedure speeds up cell renewal, resulting in a more vivacious, fresh and smooth skin from within. All these properties make dermabrasion a highly effective and reliable technique. Local anesthesia is applied to the region to be abraded.
Since dermabrasion is a peeling technique, it is normal for redness, minor swelling and bruising to appear on the area affected after the session. However, these disappear spontaneously very quickly. Flakes of skin may be seen after the reddening has disappeared. Rubbing the skin, sunbathing, going to the solarium and make-up should all be avoided for a time. This technique is not therefore advised for the summer months.
Microdermabrasion creates a visible reduction in and controls
Spot and acne scars,
Age-related skin wrinkling,
And bodily cracks.
It is also highly effective in tightening up and cleaning open pores and removing dead skin.