What is Microdermabrasion?

Microdermabrasion is a skin rejuvenation procedure to remove dead skin cells from the skin surface with a safe, allergy-free microcrystal. This procedure will cleanse and peel the skin, remove clogged pores and clean oil and dirt. As a result, the skin will become smoother and cleaner. This procedure is also known by the term crystal peel. Microdermabrasion can greatly help those who want to eliminate minor facial damage to get a smoother and healthier skin. This procedure is also considered safer than chemical peels because it does not use chemicals. Now regarded as instant facial tightening, this procedure can be an alternative to Botox injections and other plastic surgery. Visit our website and get the best microdermabrasion machine.

Microdermabrasion can rejuvenate the skin by removing or masking stains that often appear on the face, such as:

Age spot, or dark spot due to aging
Hyperpigmentation, or patches of dark and distinct skin from surrounding skin
Stretch mark
Skin looks dull and tired
Fine lines
Large Pores
Acne and acne scars
Rosacea, or chronic skin inflammation that causes the skin to become red and irritated

In addition to removing stains and signs of aging and skin damage, microdermabrasion can also make the skin become healthier and stronger. Newly grown skin after the procedure will contain more elastin and collagen, two proteins that can make skin tighter and stronger. Unfortunately, the production of collagen will decrease with age, so the skin becomes loose and unbalanced. Microdermabrasion can increase the production of collagen, so the patient’s face can look firmer and younger.

Although using methods similar to dermabrasion, microdermabrasion is less painful. However, this procedure has some limitations. This procedure can remove fine lines, minor sun damage, and less visible scars. But for deeper wrinkles and indentations, facial lines, keloids, severe sun damage, acne scars, and deep scars, patients need to undergo more invasive procedures, such as dermabrasion, facial tightening, chemical peeling, or tightening of the skin with a laser. Microdermabrasion also can not remove warts, moles, birthmarks, burns, and acne. Patients suffering from autoimmune diseases or diabetes are also not allowed to undergo this procedure. The microdermabrasion effect can last long enough, but not permanently. Therefore, many patients undergo microdermabrasion at least once every month.