Microdermabrasion Facial

If you are looking for an anti aging treatment that is lighter on the pocket and gives very quick results then one of your best option is including microdermabrasion facials in your skin care regimen.

Microdermabrasion is a simple, non-invasive and gentle process aimed at removing the dead skin cells from the topmost layer of your skin. This procedure is widely accepted to be good treatment for fine lines and wrinkles, age or discolored skin spots, skin acne, acne scars, large pores, rough and thick skin, etc.

Besides removing dead skin cells, some say that it also stimulates the skin to create fresh cells as well as new collagen but this may be debatable. One thing is for sure though, after undergoing this procedure, immediate results will show improvement in the color and glow of your skin.

The process begins with the cleansing of the facial area first and then applying the necessary preparatory treatment which may be chemical-based. After that, the professional aesthetician, dermatologist or plastic surgeon will start the microdermabrasion process by lightly abrading the skin using a wand built with very fine crystals at the tip which is used to “sand” the skin, thereby removing dead skin cells to reveal the fresh skin beneath.

Some equipment has built-in suctions with the wands so the shed skin cells are quickly and properly removed as the wand sands them away from any area of the face. Some salons or clinics also offer chemical peeling as part of the microdermabrasion facial service.

This involves the application of chemical-based exfoliating products that stimulates the skin cells to renew and remove toxins that are trapped within the deeper layers of the skin. The effects of chemical peeling comes a few days after the application of the chemicals and will be characterized by skin peeling, raw and red skin which may cause some discomfort.

Chemical peels are best administered by professionals so be sure to be safe and consult one if you are interested in this anti aging treatment. If you are wondering if you can do facial microdermabrasion without going to the salon or skin clinics, then you will be delighted to know that yes, there is a way.

Dermanew is a company that specializes in microdermabrasion home kits. These kits contain a set of tools, usually a wand or “sander” along with creams that may contain the exfoliants (usually crystals) used in the abrasion process. For more information about these kits, please read my Dermanew Creme review.

Microdermabrasion Cloth

Microdermabrasion is an age old skin care habit that should be part of your skin care regimen. The science behind it is pretty simple and easy to understand. Microdermabrasion is a process where you abrade or “scrub” your skin in a very light manner to help it exfoliate or shed off dead skin cells to expose the fresh skin beneath and perhaps stimulate the skin to produce new skin cells with the intention of keeping the skin young and healthy-looking.

It is also highly recommended treatment for acne-inflicted skin (even hormonal acne cases) because, when done regularly and properly, it will help keep the skin acne resistant by keeping dirt and excess oil off the skin. They are also great at wiping off makeup and other cosmetic products off your face.

To perform microdermabrasion, you will need an exfoliating scrub that is usually in cream form that includes gently abrasive materials like crystals or small beads from plants or any other synthetic sources. However, as an alternative, some microdermabrasion proponents recommend using a microdermabrasion cloths instead of a cream-based exfoliating product.

One obvious advantage of using cloths instead of the usual microdermabrasion cream systems (like the Dermanew Creme System) is the cheaper price. These cloths are usually made up of the usual material that can be found many cleaning cloths but one of their distinctive characteristics is that they are specially made with microfiber material that are made up of tiny protruding fibers that help pick up the dead skin cells more efficiently.

Proper usage is of course very important if you want to choose this strategy and you will need to follow instructions that should be included with the product when you buy it. Also, it is important not to overdo it and scrub your face with the cloth every day.

Some users notice negative outcome when using this method every day. Also, it is imperative that you keep the cloth clean and free from harmful dirt and debris. Cleaning it properly or disposing of it after a certain number of uses should be a good habit that will help avoid irritation and even infection.

Furthermore, you should not settle to using the cloth strategy and just forget about the more efficient methods of exfoliating and cleaning your skin. You will probably still need to go to skin clinic for regular microdermabasion facials or keep doing the cream-based approach at home. Using a microdermabrasion cloth is not meant to fully replace those proven methods.

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