Choose Microdermabrasion Over Facelifts

The skin treatment and cosmetology industry has become a multi billion industry, And its one which has seen tremendous growth especially in the west, where nearly every fifth woman goes in for some cosmetic procedure, be it face lift, cosmetic surgery, cellulite reduction or laser treatments, at least once in her lifetime.

And with current rage to look young and ravishing, always, face lifts in particular have become popular among women. And just in case you are planning to go in for this treatment we’ll suggest you get yourself acquainted with microdermabrasion instead of leaping for the surgical face lift right on.

What’s Microdermabrasion?

It’s a cosmetic procedure that involves removal of the outermost layer of skin to make the fresh new skin to come to surface. Basically this outer layer is nothing but dead cells, and there is absolutely no harm in doing away with this layer of skin.

The procedure is fairly gentle on the skin, as compared with most other cosmetic procedures and that’s why it’s begun gaining popularity of late. The procedure is completely unobtrusive and is carried out without administering any type of anesthesia.

The procedure aims at removing the outermost sun exposed layer of skin, this outer layer is what has all the dark spots, scars and fine lines. The peeling of the skin is carried out using chemicals. And with the removal of this outer layer you will find your skin looking firmer and clearer.

Be it acne marks, age spots or development of fine lines, all these problems can be tackled with this one cosmetic treatment. And the best part is that the cost of the treatment is way to less in comparison to all other similar types of the treatments.

Ands since the procedure is not medical, unlike its close cousin derma-abrasion; it can be performed by certified cosmetologists and beauticians too. However, we would like to emphasize that you must go to a reputed and certified beautician only as you skin will be exposed to harsh peeling chemicals during the procedure, and any excess of these could lead to some other skin problems.

Sidharth Thakur