Smooth skin is probably anyone’s dream – microdermabrasion is the solution!
New trends and treatments dominate the beauty sector, and they all make the same promise: a beautiful skin. Long-term treatments are the most effective because they stimulate the skin to regenerate and improve itself. Microdermabrasion provides the possibility of obtaining a smooth, impurity-free skin.
What is Microdermabrasion?
The superficial skin layer is treated and slightly exfoliated in a first pain-free treatment – the procedure has a similar effect like peeling, it removes primarily dry, dead cells. At the same time, the blood flow and cell renewal will be stimulated thanks to the dynamic movements – although the treatment is superficial, it encourages the skin to act from the inside. The regular treatment results in a deep-down effect. On top of removing impurities, it eliminates acne scars and cornifications and smoothes pigment spots.
W you need to know about Microdermabrasion
First and foremost, you need to feel comfortable. Take the time for an intense consultation to find out how many sessions will be necessary. Meanwhile, the treatments are executed under medical supervision as well as in beauty salons. Be always aware that your skin needs time to change.
How many Sessions are Necessary?
It depends on how your skin will react and how your skin structure acts. For some, first results can be seen after only two sessions, while for others, it takes more time. Have patience with your skin and don’t forget that long-term treatments are time-consuming – for your skin stays smooth and beautiful for a long time.
What are the Alternatives to Microdermabrasion?
Meanwhile, microdermabrasion does not only exist as treatment but as a modified peeling that removes dry, dead cells thoroughly and improves the skin structure as well. Test it on a small part of your face first to see how your skin reacts. If it’s okay, apply the peeling once a week and massage gently into your skin. The peeling is recommendable in case of minor skin impurities.
Translation: Danielle De Bie