Diamonds Are Everyone's Best Friend
Do you ever wonder how most Hollywood stars maintain their youthful glow? You could say that it might be Hollywood magic, you might even say that it's plastic surgery but it's not all that. They have been the first to encounter a relatively new dermatologic procedure called dermabrasion which removes a layer of the skin via a revolving tool. The tool levels the skin by wounding it to remove the previously damaged skin and as the area heals new skin would cover up the damage. The newly healed skin would look much smoother and better than before. This procedure requires some down time for healing and recovery.
The aforementioned procedure has a non-invasive and a friendlier little brother called microdermabrasion. The major difference between the two is the depth of the abrasion of the skin it does. Dermabrasion penetrates up to the inner layer of the skin for its procedures while microdermabrasion deals mostly with just the surface layer of the skin for its treatments. Microdermabrasion has little to no downtime as it does not scrape off a significant layer of the skin. You may experience a little redness and swelling after the procedure but it does not last for more than a few hours for most people.
Microdermabrasion procedures are offered by dermatologists as well as some spas. There are also home kits available for personal use. Dermatologist appointments are certainly the best choice for anyone who has more of a serious issue or just generally unsure of what necessary procedures are to be undergone. Going to spas and having a home kit would be for those who have minor problems such as a few acne breakouts and some minor scars. Serious skin issues should be discussed with experts in order to prevent it from getting worse and costing you much more than it would already.
Microdermabrasion come in two systems depending on what is being used as the abrasive agent. One uses a stream of fine crystals, like aluminum oxide, along with a mild suction to remove the skin debris and crystals. The other type of system uses a diamond tip as an abrasive along with a mild suction as well to suck out the particles being removed by the abrasion of the diamond tip. Both systems use abrasion and suction to exfoliate the skin and get rid of all the dirt.
There are already a few home kits out on the market, but I am here to talk about the DermaBraze MDTM. The DermaBraze MDTM is a pro level microdermabrasion device designed for home use. It comes with three different diamond tips used for abrasion namely, a standard diamond tip, a sensitive diamond tip and a precision diamond tip. The device is portable and rechargeable which makes it handy and usable on the go.
It is great use for someone who has been having a struggle with acne for quite some time now. All the acne products I've tried just didn't live up to its promise and I'm always left disappointed. Having acne isn't really pleasing to look at especially if you have huge breakouts, so it has definitely taken a toll on my self-confidence. Being teased about it as a teen wasn't that much of a fun time for me, so I grew up very self-conscious. I just want to look and feel beautiful without having to cover up myself with layers upon layers of makeup just to look more presentable. I know makeup doesn't really help with the acne since they could clog up the pores even more, but it's something that helps make me feel a little bit better.
After a while of being frustrated and not wanting to resort to makeup to cover up, I decided to do some research and found out about microdermabrasion which led me to my discovery of the DermaBraze MDTM. This device has been a godsend to me, it has helped me with my acne problem. Exfoliation was the solution to my problem and DermaBraze does it so well that after just a few treatments I saw a significant reduction in my acne and as well as the oiliness of my face. The overall appearance of my face has been better as well, which has given me some of my confidence back.
The DermaBraze did not only reduce the appearance of acne on my face but it also reduced the scarring I got from my previous acne breakouts. The dual action exfoliation extraction method gets rid of the sebum, dead skin cells, dirt, blackheads and whiteheads from the pores. The main principle of microdermabrasion is to remove or breakup the stratum corneum, the topmost layer of the epidermis, and the body then interprets this as a mild injury which then leads to the body to rush and replace the lost skin cells with new healthy ones. The skin may get red and swollen after the treatment but it usually does not last for more than a few hours for most people and a day or two for some. This is a huge positive if you are one who does not want a huge down time to recover after a treatment.