Microdermabrasion for Acne Scars
Microdermabrasion evolved from a technique called dermabrasion. Dermabrasion has been around for decades and was used to treat severe scarring by polishing the uppermost surface of the skin with an abrasive, metallic attachment. This highly effective technique requires recovery time, not to mention anesthesia. Microdermabrasion is gifted with a gentler, less invasive skin-resurfacing technology. And, there is no risk of dyschromia (blotch patches) on darkly pigmented individuals.
The method works especially well for those who have suffered disfiguring acne conditions. Microdermabrasion smooths the surface of the skin and reduces skin imperfections. If the cream you use contains not only micro-crystals but also a substance that speeds skin regeneration, then new collagen and glycosaminoglycans will build up quickly. These will restore your healthy skin glow and skin resilience.
Microdermabrasion for acne scars removal is an option for people whose severe breakouts result in scars on the face. However it will not work on pitted or ice-pick acne scars that are very deeply imbedded in the skin; it is for scars that are not extremely deep, but are closer to the outer layer of skin.
It is important to note that microdermabrasion is not a good choice for those individuals with the following conditions: rosacea, herpes, warts, eczema, lupus, and diabetes.
The procedure can takes about 30 minutes and maximum results are achieved with 4 to 12 treatments, depending on the severity of the damage to the skin in the area. Skin in the acne dermabrasion area will be slightly red or pink for a couple of weeks afterward.
You may find your skin to be tight for the first 24-48 hours. It may feel like a mild sunburn or windburn, but no further pain is common. Using a 30 SPF will help protect the skin from sunburns after the microdermabrasion treatment. Also, some peeling and light crusting may be expected in the area. No anesthesia is needed for this procedure, since it is non-invasive.
Microdermabrasion for acne scars treatment is also a good option for those who wish to unclog pores and reduce fine acne scarring. Results will last and the healing of skin proves to heal acne scars, as well as overall appearance.
Methods that mildly abrade skin such as microdermabrasion and subcision (needling) are useful in speeding scar reduction in concert with the ingredients in our BIOSKINCARE CREAM.
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The compound acts as a biological activator of both the elimination of dead and damaged skin cells and the renewal of healthy collagen and elastin proteins within your skin.
For depressed scars, such as pitted acne scars, subcision with needles is used by dermatologists to break up the deeply buried scar tissue. BIOSKINCARE CREAM should be applied before and after those procedures to speed new healthy skin removal and remodeling: the orderly process of laying out new collagen and elastin fibers.
Try BIOSKINEXFOL, powered with BIOCUTIS Serum, for 2 months, gently massage the cream with microcrystals into the affected skin twice a day every day and you will see results very quickly!
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