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Micro-Dermabrasion

PROCEDURES | INSTRUMENTS

This is an interesting technique that finds professional practitioners who can be quite skilled in resurfacing the skin to achieve a very smooth appearance without also causing a lot of inflammation.

Self-administered micro-dermabrasion is a bad idea. There are many variables, but basically the professional is sand blasting your skin with a nozzle that sprays a very fine medium onto your skin to remove uneven patches that look like calluses in extreme close up. The ‘sand’ or medium that is used is a critical factor. The wrong material will cause a burning sensation and look raw and irritated. Which can also happen with the right material and an unqualified practitioner.

It takes years of practice and a learning curve with materials and instruments in balance to do micro-dermabrasion well.

The positives are that no chemicals are involved. The skin is baby smooth. The key is home care. A micro-dermabrasion treatment would be no more than 3x per year and in the interval a very simple, acid free regimen is essential.

If you add acids to your topical home-care and also want to do micro-dermabrasion at the studio you are asking for big inflammation problems.

For people who are exfoliation fiends, micro-dermabrasion is far and away a better choice than acids. Find a pro. At least five years of experience.

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REFERENCE TOPICS

Micro-Dermabrasion

PROCEDURES | INSTRUMENTS

This is an interesting technique that finds professional practitioners who can be quite skilled in resurfacing the skin to achieve a very smooth appearance without also causing a lot of inflammation.

Self-administered micro-dermabrasion is a bad idea. There are many variables, but basically the professional is sand blasting your skin with a nozzle that sprays a very fine medium onto your skin to remove uneven patches that look like calluses in extreme close up. The ‘sand’ or medium that is used is a critical factor. The wrong material will cause a burning sensation and look raw and irritated. Which can also happen with the right material and an unqualified practitioner.

It takes years of practice and a learning curve with materials and instruments in balance to do micro-dermabrasion well.

The positives are that no chemicals are involved. The skin is baby smooth. The key is home care. A micro-dermabrasion treatment would be no more than 3x per year and in the interval a very simple, acid free regimen is essential.

If you add acids to your topical home-care and also want to do micro-dermabrasion at the studio you are asking for big inflammation problems.

For people who are exfoliation fiends, micro-dermabrasion is far and away a better choice than acids. Find a pro. At least five years of experience.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

REFERENCE TOPICS

Micro-Dermabrasion

PROCEDURES | INSTRUMENTS

This is an interesting technique that finds professional practitioners who can be quite skilled in resurfacing the skin to achieve a very smooth appearance without also causing a lot of inflammation.

Self-administered micro-dermabrasion is a bad idea. There are many variables, but basically the professional is sand blasting your skin with a nozzle that sprays a very fine medium onto your skin to remove uneven patches that look like calluses in extreme close up. The ‘sand’ or medium that is used is a critical factor. The wrong material will cause a burning sensation and look raw and irritated. Which can also happen with the right material and an unqualified practitioner.

It takes years of practice and a learning curve with materials and instruments in balance to do micro-dermabrasion well.

The positives are that no chemicals are involved. The skin is baby smooth. The key is home care. A micro-dermabrasion treatment would be no more than 3x per year and in the interval a very simple, acid free regimen is essential.

If you add acids to your topical home-care and also want to do micro-dermabrasion at the studio you are asking for big inflammation problems.

For people who are exfoliation fiends, micro-dermabrasion is far and away a better choice than acids. Find a pro. At least five years of experience.

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