Many skin surface discolorations are induced through acne scarring or mild injury, sun exposure, and age spots. As long as these aren't too deep and impact the helping tissue under the dermis, they are able to be handled utilizing resurfacing procedures. Microdermabrasion, sometimes called a diamond peel, is a powerful approach of treating these skin discolorations. It is a mildly abrasive procedure that will not require using scrub pads or surgery.
Microdermabrasion can be done as many times as the patient feels necessary, meaning that succeeding treatment sessions can be scheduled less than one month apart. If you are an adult who wants to enhance the overall tone of your skin without surgery or fillers, consider having a microdermabrasion procedure.
An Exfoliating Peel Process
The exfoliation peel process involves the elimination of the upper epidermal layer. This layer tends to replace itself about once a month, so a non-chemical peel like microdermabrasion is the least invasive way of smoothing out the skin and minimizing the appearance of discoloration spots. This remedy may contain the use fine crystal particles.
The crystal powder can be sprayed directly onto the epidermis floor utilizing a wand connected to a pressure motor. Under high pressure, the powder lifts away the upper stage of skin and at the same time exfoliates by means of doing away with small foreign particles which are blocking off skin pores.
How Do I Prepare For This Procedure
The complete procedure will not take very long. The upper layer of skin is gently lifted away, and new skin development is immediately stimulated. The open pores of the skin can now breathe much easier, and any discoloration brought about by scarring is tremendously decreased.
The handpiece and vacuum may be connected to a motor and monitor. The crystals are loaded into the motor assembly and blown by way of the connecting tube. For safety reasons, goggles are placed over the eyes to prevent exposure to any crystals that might be blown off the skin surface.
The Recovery Period
The skin may remain sensitive and light pink in color due to the fact of mild irritation that causes extra blood flow to the skin. This is natural and will disappear in a day or two.
We want you to be happy with this procedure and feel confident in your skin. That is why for best results we suggest scheduling a series of treatment sessions. This will help the new skin growth to come to become smoother over time, with much less of the original discoloration returning after each treatment.
Is Dermabrasion Right For Me?
When you suffer from surface spots, acne scarring, moderate freckling, or mild injury scars, we may be able to help reduce the appearance of the discolored areas by providing a microdermabrasion treatment.
Amirova Cosmetic Clinic
Sofia Amirova, Registered Nurse, qualified Cosmetic Nurse Injector
Shop 29, Pacific Squire Shopping Centre
737 Anzac Parade, MAROUBRA NSW 2035
834 Etherden Walk,
Mascot NSW 2020, Mascot Central