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September 28, 2023

The Diamond Treatment: Microdermabrasion

The Diamond Treatment: Microdermabrasion

Here's how microdermabrasion typically works:

  1. Mechanical Exfoliation: During the procedure, a handheld device or machine is used to deliver a controlled stream of abrasive crystals (such as aluminum oxide) or a diamond-tipped wand to the skin's surface. These abrasive materials help to gently remove the outer layer of dead skin cells.

  2. Vacuum Suction: Simultaneously, a vacuum suction device is employed to collect the exfoliated skin cells and crystals. This vacuum action also stimulates blood flow and promotes collagen production, which can contribute to improved skin tone and texture.


Microdermabrasion is often used to address a variety of skin concerns, including:


Dull skin

It can help rejuvenate and brighten the skin, making it look more radiant.


Fine lines and wrinkles

By promoting collagen production and smoothing the skin's surface, microdermabrasion may reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.


Uneven skin texture

It can improve the texture of the skin by removing dead skin cells and promoting the growth of new, healthy skin.


Acne scars

Microdermabrasion may help reduce the visibility of shallow acne scars by exfoliating the skin and promoting collagen remodeling.


Sun damage

It can diminish the appearance of sunspots, age spots, and other pigmentation irregularities.


Enlarged pores

Microdermabrasion can temporarily reduce the appearance of enlarged pores by removing debris and smoothing the skin's surface.


Microdermabrasion is generally considered safe and does not require downtime. However, multiple sessions are often recommended for optimal results, and it's important to protect the treated skin from sun exposure afterward. 

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