Microdermabrasion improvement in skin texture, but there are certain uses of microdermabrasion that are effective and some that are less effective. Microdermabrasion is very good at improving skin radiance and it provides a smooth surface for even cosmetic application. Actually Microdermabrasion can make all types of skin surface smoother, including stretch marks, acne scar but does not get rid of the stretch marks.
Microdermabrasion and treatment
Microdermabrasion can temporarily lighten some brown spots on the face. Be aware that if the lesion is a skin growth, it will again become brown before the next treatment. In general terms, aggressively treating brown spots to lighten them should be avoided. Keep this in mind; Microdermabrasion only works on the surface, not deeper tissues.
As a specialist with more than twenty years of experience, I came to this conclusion, by activating the second layer of the skin and simultaneously preparing the skin surface, and control Melanocyte we can achieve the desired result in the field of scars and pigmentation, of course not just use Microdermabrasion.
Microdermabrasion in skin color
Microdermabrasion is a versatile procedure. It can be performed in persons of all ages, sexes, and colors. However, special care must be taken when using microdermabrasion in persons of color. Deeply pigmented persons, such as African-Americans, Asians, Hispanics and Indians, have the tendency for the skin to darken once irritated. When performing microdermabrasion on skin of color be sure to care for the skin gently. Do not dial up the speed of the machine. Remember microdermabrasion can smooth skin of color, it cannot lighten pigmentation area or lighten skin color.
Infusion system By Microdermabrasion service
Infusion system is one of the newest additions to microdermabrasion. Infusion Microdermabrasion involves the same principle discussed previously with the particulate removal of the stratum corneum (first layers of skin) after the desquamating corneocytes have been removed, liquid is applied to the surface by the machine. The absorption of the substance applied to the skin surface is greater. This is good in that increased efficacy may be obtained, but bad in terms of increased incidence of allergy.
Common substances used after microdermabrasion for infusion include vitamins and antioxidants, such as vitamin C or Vitamin E but must be formulated as an acid to have activity and cause stinging and burning. If skin has a mild or hidden Rosacea or eczema. This service makes it worse.
The infusion microdermabrasion does not offer a clear benefit over manually applying material to the skin immediately following the procedure. Specialists need to determine the best services to provide to clients.
Physiology of the Skin
Dr Diana Draelos and Dr Peter Pugliese
Maryam RAhimi ,
Master Medical Esthetics