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Home Microdermabrasion Machine: Does It Hurt To Use It?

Usually, there is no discomfort that goes with home microdermabrasion. It feels like giving your skin a good cleansing using a rough cloth which is a bit more intense for people who have sensitive skin. This process can help to invigorate your skin and remove the flaws that are visible on the surface. There are more advanced types of microdermabrasion machines on the market, but these are usually only seen in salons and doctor’s offices and are much more powerful than the home versions of the machines.

The epidermis or the outermost layer of the skin wherein dead cells are found is what the home microdermabrasion machine strips off. These dead cells make the skin look rough, aggravate the discoloration and even clog skin pores, making the skin truly unattractive to others. Eliminating these dead skin cells gives the skin a glowing quality and can make it much softer to the touch. Especially on the face, the dead cells of the epidermis may fill and magnify the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. Oftentimes this procedure may reduce the worse cases of fine lines and wrinkles.

Because a home microdermabrasion machine is not designed to take down tough tissue, such as scar tissue or other major skin flaws, there’s no real risk of hurting yourself or of causing skin damage with these devices. You have make it a point though to follow carefully the instructions of the manufacturer for this can help a lot. There is such a thing as too much microdermabrasion and it may end up making your skin worse if you do it too often. If you need some tips, you may even want to consult with an esthetician to see if they have some advice about when you should perform a maintenance microdermabrasion on any salon work you get done.

A home microdermabrasion machine should not cause significant discomfort. It’s wise not to use the machine without professional consultation and if you experience skin irritation and intense, uncomfortable sensation. These machines do remove a layer of skin, but it is a dead layer of skin and it shouldn’t feel like anything unpleasant is being done while you’re using it. Make sure to watch out for particularly sensitive areas on your face when using these machines. For acne scars and other serious scars, a professional treatment is necessary to remove them.

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This post was written by admin on October 31, 2010

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