What Can Microdermabrasion Treat?

by admincentre on October 30, 2015

Microdermabrasion’s Benefits Are More than Just Skin-Deep

microdermabrasion “Exfoliation” has been quite the beauty buzzword over the last few years. People swear by the efficacy of simply exfoliating more often, supermarkets and drug stores sell at-home scrubs and kits, and even face and body wash products contain “exfoliating grains.” But these products only scratch the surface of what microdermabrasion (MDB) can do for you. Diamond MDB is a completely safe and entirely non-invasive skincare treatment with a veritable laundry list of measurable, visible benefits. Dead skin is suctioned away as the skin is exfoliated, stimulating collagen and elastin production in the skin and increasing blood circulation. The epidermis—the outermost layer of skin—will begin to regenerate itself with renewed vigour. You’ll watch in amazement as you discover your own skin becoming smoother, more even-toned, firmer, and tauter. But giving you fantastic-looking skin isn’t microdermabrasion’s sole benefit. It’s also a great treatment for a number of afflictions, such as:

Acne Scars

Acne was bad enough to live with, but now, even years later, you still have its going-away present: acne scars. Fortunately for you, MDB promotes the growth of new cells, and its smoothing effect will dramatically reduce the appearance of acne scars. Now, what happened in adolescence can stay in adolescence!


Hyperpigmentation is the darkening of skin or nails, typically concentrated on an area or areas of the body. It’s connected to a number of conditions such as celiac disease or tinea, as well as sun damage, or other types of inflammation of the skin. Microdermabrasion removes damaged layers of skin, and along with a lightening cream, can restore your skin’s natural complexion.

Fine Lines, Wrinkles, and Signs of Aging

They call them laugh lines—but the more you look at them, the less you feel like laughing. Fine lines, crow’s feet, wrinkles, and other signs of aging can be alleviated with MDB. By sweeping away dead skin and boosting collagen and elastin growth, your skin can look smoother and more vibrant again in no time, flat.


You may have a product at home you already use for blackheads, but if you haven’t been having much luck, then there’s a chance that the dry, old skin cells on the outermost layer are preventing you from delivering your skincare products where they need to go. Scrubbing away that layer allows your pores to expel the oily secretions that cause blackheads, and leaves your skin easier to manage afterwards too.

When it comes to the benefits of microdermabrasion, we’ve only just begun to scratch the surface. To really get to the bottom of this innovative treatment, talk to your local skincare professional today.

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