Crystal Microdermabrasion is a skin-exfoliation treatment performed by a professionally trained aesthetician, who slides the microdermabrasion wand over a clients face. Crystal microdermabrasion uses either force or friction to lift off the epidermis, whereas Diamond Microdermabrasion is more abrasive, scraping away the upper layers of the skin. Hydrodermabrasion is an alternative to microdermabrasion, which does not involve using a crystal or diamond point to abrade skin.
Microdermabrasion uses microcrystals to exfoliate the upper layers of skin and cleanse pores. The procedure uses a specialized applicator with abrasive surface to gently smooth out the skins thick outer layers, rejuvenating the skin. Microdermabrasion involves the removal of superficial layers of the skin, by physically scraping it away using an abrasive instrument. With Microdermabrasion, the epidermis, or uppermost layer of skin?is removed using a wand that exfoliates the skins surface, and vacuuming up the particles that are removed during that process.
Microdermabrasion is a skin treatment that exfoliates the surface of your skin, by spraying it with microscopic crystals, or using abrasive pads. Hydrodermabrasion is a deep-exfoliation treatment that uses water or an active exfoliating serum to wash away dead skin cells and debris from the surface of the skin. Hydrodermabrasion, on the other hand, uses a gentle point and liquid to help flush out cell debris, so it has the same deep exfoliation, but is far less abrasive and is much more gentle on the skin.
The results are similar to a microdermabrasion treatment, but also has the added benefits of improving circulation and moisturizing your skin. Hydrodermabrasion also increases collagen production, which has anti-aging effects on the skin. This treatment is appropriate for people who have sensitive skin and may feel that microdermabrasion is too rough for their skin. Hyrodermabrasion and Microdermabrasion will expose a new, younger looking skin beneath the dead skin cells which are loosened up and removed.
Microdermabrasion is safe and effective for all skin types, and can be performed on any color of skin, from fair to darker, with no downtime. The microdermabrasion procedure can be tailored for any skin type, including the most sensitive skin, even on various areas of your body. The results of microdermabrasion may last about a month at a time, sometimes even longer, as long as the skin is in good health.
Hydrodermabrasion really does the trick, by preparing your skin for it by exfoliating first. Hydrodermabrasion is basically the same treatment, however, the process combines a gentle but effective skincare solution combined with the exfoliation in order to more efficiently infuse products into the skin. Hydrodermabrasion removes dirt and exfoliates, as well as delivers a deeper cleanse, exfoliation, and antioxidant serum to your skin. What sets this apart from microdermabrasion is the application of the serums in combination with a vape-based dermabrasion tip, rather than abrasive surface.
Microdermabrasion has a few benefits - including exfoliating your skin, removing scars, being less invasive. It is a minimally-invasive procedure designed to exfoliate your skin, using abrasive instruments to gently smooth out the skin and remove the top layers, with a vacuum sucking up the removed skin cells and debris. Hydromassage involves a multi-step treatment process that cleans and exfoliates your skin, as well as extractions that eliminate impurities and dead skin cells. Hydro Facials also include removal of excess oil accumulated in pores, and moisturizing the skin with antioxidants.
By using gentle suctioning of the skin to remove impurities and dead skin cells, hydrodermabrasion provides deep exfoliation for the skin, and by doing this, at the same time, the treatment infused the skin with a water that is packed with vitamins. Exfoliation, The gentle suction provided by Hydrodermabrasion increases the flow of blood below the skins surface, which may result in a skin that looks fuller and has a healthier glow. Microdermabrasion is basically a form of manual exfoliation, where the technician or aesthetician uses a hand-held device that has either a diamond-tipped tip and/or crystals (depending on the device) to gently pat and polish your skin, eliminating the uppermost layer of skin, getting rid of dead skin cells, leaving you with a baby-skin-smooth... well, you get it. Diamonddermabrasion is a form of microdermabrasion in which the surface layers of your epidermis are gently scraped away using a diamond-covered tip, to expose a fresh, new layer of skin.
During Microdermabrasion, microscopic particles similar to diamonds/crystals are passed on top of the skin and pulled out with the surface layer of the skin. During the treatment, the face will have the delivery shaft with abrasive crystals passed over the skin in a gentle manner. The general microdermabrasion procedure uses a wand with a diamond tip, which is like fine sandpaper for skin, and the tips can be adjusted according to the skins type and texture.
Hydrafacials, Microdermabrasion, and Hydrodermabrasion treatments all need to be finished off with an injection of nourishment serums, which can penetrate the skin easier once it is cleared, just to get that extra glow. Microdermabrasion and HydraFacials all work to exfoliate and brighten the skin, encourage the production of collagen, and enhance the overall texture and smoothness. HydraFacial is a multi-step treatment used to revitalize the skin showing signs of sun damage and ageing. This face rejuvenation procedure works to address issues with your skin, such as overly large or blocked pores, fine lines, wrinkles, dark spots, dry skin, minor pimples, and dead skin cells.
While both treatments give you smoother, soft, and deeply exfoliated skin, only hydraFacial further supports your skins health, improves the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, decreases pigmentation, and treats pimples. Microdermabrasion is not used to address skin imperfections that are as severe as those treated with Dermabrasion, but rather is used as a technique to temporarily remove dead skin cells, dry skin, or minor damage, and it affects only the skins most superficial layer, the stratum corneum. Microdermabrasion is powerful, and thus it may stimulate the skins production of collagen, making it a better choice for wrinkle reduction.
The last step is to apply a moisturizing cream, which is injected into the skin, again using the applicator. A low-concentration acid is applied and spread across the skin using the handpiece.