Understanding Microdermabrasian

Most women want beautiful skin but they do not know where to begin. There are hundreds of creams, lotions and ointments in the market today. Many spas and dermatologists offer a wide selection of products and services that can be overwhelming as well. The type of product you choose will depend on your skin type. Microdermabrasion has gained immense popularity in recent times as it suits all skin types. It offers a cost-effective alternative to expensive cosmetic surgeries, chemical peels, and Botox.

Microdermabrasion uses tiny rough granules to remove the superficial layers of the skin. It works well on face, chest, neck, arms and hands. It helps lotions and creams to penetrate into deeper layers of the skin. This will facilitate treatment of skin imperfections such as fine lines and blemishes.

Microdermabrasion can be done at home. It can also be done at a dermatologist’s office. The principle remains the same. You remove the superficial layers of the skin and your body will replace the dead cells with healthy, new ones. Some of you may experience mild swelling and redness for a few hours. Seek professional help if your redness lasts for more than two days.

While home-based microdermabrasion kits are similar to professional ones, it may be prudent to get the procedure done under professional supervision. This can help you overcome side effects quickly. You will soon begin to notice the benefits of the procedure. You will get the skin that you always wanted at a fraction of the price of many other cosmetic procedures.

Microdermabrasion can help treat sun damage, blemishes, fine lines, and wrinkles. It is often associated with other forms of treatments. You should, however, combine it with a moisturizing agent to restore softness and moisture of the skin.  Many experts believe that regular microdermabrasion can remove blemishes and trigger lower layers of skin to work overtime for speedy recovery.

 

 

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