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What is Microdermabrasion?
Microdermabrasion is an exfoliation action that uses crystals – micro crystals, which are useful for removing dead skin cells on the skin while stimulating the production of new skin cells themselves.
The practice of Microdermabrasion works by encouraging collagen production and is also useful for maintaining the health of various skin types from skin pores – clogged pores and breakouts to hyperpigmentation.
Microdermabrasion is also useful to reduce the appearance of fine lines or wrinkles on the face, so that the texture of your facial skin will look smoother and smoother.
This practice cannot be done for everyone because when microdermabrasion results are proven to produce more radiant and smooth skin, but in some skin types it can turn the skin rough.
In addition, when carried out a number of other anti-aging treatments, it can instead cause few side effects.
The solution is that, before you decide to microdermabrasion, it is better if you know in advance the guidelines – guidelines for performing proper Microdermabrasion as well as some of the side effects it causes.
Benefits of Microdermabrasion
What are the benefits of Microdermabrasion?
The epidermis of the skin, the outermost layer of our skin, turns out to thicken the cause of aging and also the stacking of dead skin cells. The way that can be done to reduce the stacking of dead skin cells is by exfoliating dead skin cells. One of the process of exfoliating dead skin cells that can be done is with Microdermabrasion. Undergoing this process can trigger the growth of the new layer of skin to become more optimal and as a result the skin looks healthier, smoother and also shines.
In the process of Microdermabrasion, it can also stimulate from the forming of collagen and elastin fibers that are useful to make the skin tesktur better, wrinkles or lines – the halur lines disappear and also the pores of the skin become smoother.
When microdermabrasion, the skin will get brighter due to the reduction of the layer of dead skin cells as well as the reduced melanin pigment in the skin layer.
The use and benefit of this microdermabrasion facial is to increase the level of skin moisturizer that can be felt results after 2 days of the microdermabrasion facial process.
Facial Microdermabrasion can also be used to reduce scars caused by acne or smallpox that make the face surface uneven.
The use or other benefit of Microdermabrasion is that it can be used to speed up the working process of creams, serums and also vitamins – vitamins that you use as much as 3 to 5 times deeper into the skin layer.
Side Effects of Microdermabrasion
Here are some of the possible side effects that we get from some expert sources.
Skin flushed by Microdermabrasion
After this 30-minute to 1-hour microdermabrasion process, you may get changes to your skin.
The color of your facial skin becomes redder than before, this is one of the effects caused by the microdermabrasion process itself.
In general, this will not last long, only about 1 to 2 days sajan, but if there is a disturbance after the 4th day onwards, then it is certain that something is wrong or wrong with your skin.
Immediately check with the doctor and ask about what happened and how to deal with it.
The disappearance of stratum korneum
The epidermis is the outermost layer of skin, consisting of dead skin cells located at the very top of the surface of the skin.
This layer of dead skin commonly referred to as the stratum komeum serves as a barrier between the outer linguistics and the skin layer underneath or in other words as a protector of all sorts of negative effects of the outer environment.
When microdermabrasion, this layer will be removed and result in you no longer having a shield from environmental radiation.
Therefore, once the Microdermabrasion process is complete, it is highly discouraged to be exposed to direct sunlight without the use of sunscreen and moisturiser.
Skin becomes dry due to Microdermabrasion
This microdermabrasion method can also cause the skin to dry out if you do microdermabrasion too often.
Although telaj is proven to be the solution of various problems such as wrinkles, acne and blackheads, but you also have to accept the impact of moisture levels of the skin becomes rapidly mwnurun.
The solution to this problem is to use a moisturiser, but for a long-term solution then you should go back to check with your doctor about the condition you are experiencing.
Exfoliation Process ‘Microdermabrasion’
Free yourself from stress
The way it relaxes the body is done by soaking kai that is drip-fed with essential oil and then the body is laid down and the therapist will provide intake for the mind as well as the soul with essential lavender oil.
Cleansing the skin
The skin is then cleansed with a milk cleanser and continued using a cleansing wash after it has just been given a toner.
The exfoliation process is done with a tool or machine starting from the chin towards the forehead so that the skin does not go down.
Exfoliation on the forehead is done sideways and then the skin is cleaned with a brush to remove the crystalline powder that sticks.
Skin soothed with Hydrosol Pad
Hydrosol pad is useful to soothe the skin while giving moisture so as not to dry after the exfoliation process.
The paper mask is soaked in a hydrosol pad for approximately 5 to 10 minutes before applying to the face.
Camouflage spots with Fair Gel
Fair gel is useful for disguising blemishes or black spots on the skin aided by a galvanic machine so that the gel can seep well into the skin.
Brighten skin tone with Hyaluronic Acid
In this case it is also used galvanized machine so that Hyaluronic Acid can absorb perfectly into the skin.
Wearing a mask
This mask itself is also tailored to the needs of the patient or client, if the patient’s skin is dry then a mask will be used to hydrate, if the patient has brighter skin then given a skin lightening mask.
Administration of tonners, moisturizers and sunscreen
The final stage is by applying toner, moisturiser and also sunscreen on the surface of the facial skin.
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For more information and details on facial microdermaberation, please consult and contact the nearest clinic doctor.