Microdermabrasion is a cosmetic procedure that uses fine crystals and a vacuum to remove dead skin cells on the face.
This exfoliating process helps remove the superficial layer of dead skin cells. When you remove the superficial layer of dead skin (stratum corneum), the body interprets it as an injury. It then quickly replaces the lost skin cells with new, healthy ones. Thus, revealing more youthful glowing skin
People with uneven pigmentation, fine lines and clogged pores can benefit from a series of microdermabrasion treatments.
Is microdermabrasion good for acne?
Microdermabrasion stimulates blood flow, which increases the nutrition delivered to skin cells. This improves cell production, which improves skin’s elasticity and texture. So, if you have acne scarring, microdermabrasion may help reduce the appearance of acne scars. For further information, it is recommended to book a consultation as Microdermabrasion can be harmful for those with Lupas, or severe acne.
The side effects of microdermabrasion, such as redness and swelling, tend to be short-lived.
Your skin may be dry and flaky for a few days after the procedure.
Your face would be more sensitive to the sun afterwards, so you should avoid sun exposure for a few days and use sunscreen