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All you should know about Microdermabrasion
Microdermabrasion is a simple, straightforward, non-invasive, and safe treatment for almost everyone and gives promising results in clinical studies. It is evenly effective for other skin treatments (on superficial flaws), and, most importantly, it lets you get back to your routine shortly after treatment. By removing cells from your surface layer of skin, Microdermabrasion helps new cells regenerate more quickly than they usually. The goal of Microdermabrasion is skin looks smoother, firmer, more toned, and younger.
Targeted areas for Microdermabrasion
Microdermabrasion is usually used for these areas:
- Face (Including cheekbones, foreheads, jawline, and neck)
- abdomen and waistline
- Upper thigh
It reduces large pores, dull skin, erases wrinkles and fine lines, acne scars, reduces mild pigment irregularities (hyperpigmentation), acne scars, age spots, and stretch marks.
A full-body microdermabrasion procedure also targets all of the above and more, avoiding areas wherever your skin is thin or irregular, such as your ears, feet, and hands.
Uses and Benefits of Microdermabrasion
Microdermabrasion may require repeated treatment sittings for you to see desired results. The amount of time you spend getting the procedure can vary depending on its purpose and your expectations.
Age Spots and uneven skin tone
Some people try Microdermabrasion for the treatment of hyperpigmentation. This can refer to melasma or any aging spots or darker patches on your skin.
You will possibly need more than just microdermabrasion treatments to see results for hyperpigmentation. Topical vitamin C and laser treatment are some complementary treatment recommendations with Microdermabrasion. The good news is, you might require as few as two treatments to see a difference.
Fade Stretch Marks
Microdermabrasion is at least as useful as other popular, topical treatments, including tretinoin cream, to treat stretch marks.
Microdermabrasion promotes cell turnover, which can advance your skin’s ability to heal. That could be why the treatment is very effective when stretch marks first appear.
Reduce lines, wrinkles, and dull-looking skin
One of the most common causes of people’s use of Microdermabrasion is to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines from natural aging, stress, sun damage, or photoaging.
While Microdermabrasion goes well for some people, your experience may differ. The location of your wrinkles and the number of treatments you receive will determine how effective results will be; following a skincare routine that includes a moisturizer and a toner may improve your results.
Treat Acne and Acne marks
Microdermabrasion will not work on an active breakout; it could complicate your symptoms and make the breakout last longer. But Microdermabrasion, according to research from 2001, may positively affect acne, depending on what triggers your acne.x
On the opposite side, Microdermabrasion doesn’t need anesthesia or any healing time. This makes it an excellent treatment for some people with acne marks that may want to avoid more powerful treatments.