Dermabrasion was developed to improve acne scars, pox marks, and scars from accidents or disease.Dermabrasion has been practiced for many years and involves the controlled deeper abrasion of the upper to mid layers of the skin with any variety of strong abrasive devices including a wire brush, diamond wheel or fraise, sterilized sandpaper, salt crystals, or other mechanical means.
How Does Dermabrasion and Microdermabrasion Work?
Diamond Dermabrasion provided a non-surgical skin refinish procedure, by using sterile diamond heads to abrade or rub off the top skin layer, then vacuuming out the particles along with any dirt and dead skin back up. This procedure removes skin debris, imperfections, blemishes, wrinkles and unwanted pigmentation on the skin. Moderate usage of Diamond Dermabrasion, accompany with skin products that penetrate through top skin layer that reach the dermis level, helps to replenish natural nutrients, restore cell activity, and promote skin health. The results after Micro Dermabrasion treatment is usually a healthy, glowing, beautiful skin.
Dermabrasion work for face, neck, back, arms, thigh, legs.
Dermabrasion is generally only safe for people with fair skin. For people with darker skin, dermabrasion can result in scarring or discoloration.
How long time for each treatment?
Each treatment lasts only 15 to 20 minutes with little side effects.
what is the postprocedure care?
Sun protection for several weeks is recommended.After the dermabrasion procedure, the face should be cleaned with a gentle cleanser before bed. The next day, the face may be cleansed and makeup, lotions and other topical products applied as usual.
How many dermabrasion procedures does one need?
The number of dermabrasion procedures depends on the individual skin condition. Three to four treatments may be needed for moderate acne scars.