Especially acne scars are not only an aesthetic problem depending on color, size and shape. The scarring on the face is difficult to cover: self-esteem suffers. To eliminate scar tissue and other skin lesions, there are a number of procedures, including microdermabrasion.
Microdermabrasion is applicable to many skin lesions
With microdermabrasion, the dermatologist describes a procedure in which the uppermost skin layers are carefully removed with the help of small particles. Unlike dermabrasion, an application aimed at the deeper skin layers, this gentle method treats superficial skin lesions.
The field of findings in question for microdermabrasion is far:
- acne scars,
- coarse-pored skin,
- Stretch marks,
- Pigmentation disorders,
- blemished skin,
- Wrinkles and
The doctor or beautician treats the face. The gentle procedure is at the same time the pros and cons of microdermabrasion: While dermabrasion is a medical method that is performed in clinics under anesthesia and in which the skin is deeply removed, the dermatologist only treats the surface with the sister method. As a result, it can happen that the acne scars do not disappear completely. Also, several sessions are usually needed to achieve a visible effect.
A process similar to sandblasting
Mechanical peeling methods have been around for a long time. Mostly salt, sand, earth or fine sandpaper are used for the removal of the uppermost skin layers. Regardless of the method, it is important to remove the skin in a controlled and clean manner. For this purpose, the dermatologist or the beautician have devices available that shoot alumina or salt crystals onto the skin and then suck off the crystals with the dander by means of a vacuum, What is important is a sterile atmosphere, the crystals may only come into contact with the skin once. The conventional method uses alumina. These tiny ceramic particles are shot from a handpiece, which is connected to two tubes, on the treated skin areas. The crystals take with them superficial dandruff, which are sucked off via the second tube. Thus, the therapist ensures that the particles are used only once. It can control both the strength of the vacuum and the number of grinding operations.
Immediately following the microdermabrasion, an additional application with moisturizers or moisturizers is recommended as the skin pores are open-minded and highly receptive to nutrients.
You have to pay attention to microdermabrasion:
- Although microdermabrasion Skin Peel is a largely painless and low-side-application, skin redness and minimal bleeding can occur immediately after treatment, but disappear or heal within a few hours. Other possible side effects, primarily caused by improper use of the device, are infection, bruising, pigmentation disorders (especially on a visit to the tanning booth immediately after treatment) and scars that can form if the therapist abrades too deeply.
- The treatment should be repeated several times, but not until the affected skin has healed. The frequency at which the treatments should be performed depends on the findings, the depth of, for example, the acne scars, the skin type and many other factors.
- For acute acne and other inflammatory diseases, microdermabrasion should not be used.