An at home treatment that resurrects your skin

As a woman of the 21st century, we pack our lives with activities that enrich our existence. Having a career, do workouts, socialising, being a mother, a wife, a daughter, etc. And we try to look immaculate for the nights out, meetings, conferences, play dates.. the list goes on. Who has time to go to a beauty salon every week and spend a couple of hours and a hundred dollars or so for a facial treatment? I know I rather put my feet up at the end of the day and switch off with a glass of wine and netflix on with my favourite show.

Thats why so many women around the globe are turning to at home skin treatments, so they can refine and prefect their complexion with a simple treatment that they can do at home. Hey, our time is precious, why go all the way to a salon when at home treatment can be just as effective as salon treatments now?

This is why you need to know about this miracle product - microdermabrasion cream. Its an at home facial treatment that you can use at home to resurface your skin just like they would at a beauty salon. Its fast, easy, and gives you instant results that helps your skin become healthier and look more youthful. If you haven't had this treatment done before, or not sure what it will do for you, read on...

What is Microdermabrasion?

Microdermabrasion is a cosmetic treatment that uses a mechanical medium such as crystals or diamonds to exfoliate the epidermis. The epidermis is the outermost layer of the skin that continues to shed dead skin cells. Microdermabrasion treatments sloughs off the dead skin cells to reveal the fresh new skin cells underneath, stimulating collagen production, and dramatically improve the appearance of the skin.

Why Microdermabrasion is so effective?

People who try microdermabrasion are often surprised at the dramatic improvements they see after just one treatment. This is because the dead skin cells that do not fall away from the skin can collect sweat, oil, environmental pollutants, makeup, and dirt before it completely sheds and fall away from our skin. These dead skin cells create the perfect environment for bacteria, fungus, and skin mites to grow. This layer of dead cells also exaggerates our skin folds, fine lines, skin texture, and pores to make it more visible to our eyes.  

Benefits of Microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion can benefit anyone at any age, with any skin colour, and skin type, without going through more time consuming and invasive procedures. You can expect to see improvements to the tone, texture, colour, and condition of the areas after just one treatment. It is especially effective for:

  • Oily skin
  • Clogged pores
  • Enlarged pores
  • Acne
  • Fine lines
  • Scars
  • Uneven skin tone
  • Dull or poor skin texture
  • Sun spots and damage

The physical massaging of the skin while performing microdermabrasion also increase blood circulation, and helps lymph flow, which speeds up the detoxification of the skin and further promotes the health and appearance of the skin.

Microdermabrasion is a gentle skin treatment that does not require down time. It is non invasive, as it only removes the flaws at the outermost layer of the skin. It is often called the ‘lunch time facial’ as it can be completed within 20 minutes and makeup can be applied immediately. This is the ‘go to’ treatment for many celebrities use when they need to refresh the appearance of their skin right before a big event.

Skincare after Microdermabrasion

It is important to use a moisturizer and protect the skin from the sun after a microdermabrasion treatment. Avoid sun exposure for a few days immediately after the treatment if possible.

When the fresh new skin cells are exposed after a treatment, it will take up more of the products you apply to the skin. You will see an increased effect for any products applied, so take advantage of this by using non-irritating nourishing products for the skin to rejuvenate. Exposed new skin cells also means that any irritating products may cause more sensitivity. Products such as glycolic acids, alpha hydroxyl acids, and retinol products, and fragrances should be avoided right after the treatment.

Before and after microdermabrasion photos 

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