Microdermabrasion : How It Works
Author : Jennifer Drake    -   Subject : Beauty and Style

    How would you like to turn the clock back by 10 years? May be even 15 years? And No, I am not kidding for thatís exactly what microdermabrasion can do for you. Yeah, turn the clock back in your favour! If you saw a small attractive home microdermabrasion kit or any other microdermabrasion equipment, you would simply find hard to believe that such an innocuous device could possibly hold the key to a time-warp for you. Microdermabrasion does all that and more. Here is how this wonderful technology, microdermabrasion works for you.

    Lets break down the word microdermabrasion: Micro obviously stands for something thatís very small in size, derma stands for your skin, and abrasion is the wearing away of a surface due to constant friction. Thatís precisely what a home microdermabrasion kit or other microdermabrasion equipment does. The treatment consists of using a sand-jet that can blow fine particles (either sand or other microdermabrasion crystals) on to your skin that removes all the dead cells, opens the skin pores and essentially makes your skin taut. Varying speeds of the jet with different sizes of the microdermabrasion crystals makes treatment possible for different parts of your body so that you can gain the best possible advantage from the use of this wonderful treatment.

    Are you despairing because you donít have the time to visit a clinic? Not to worry, just get yourself a home microdermabrasion kit(or a microdermabrasion system) and you are right on your way to a more youthful-self! Home microdermabrasion kits have been increasingly rising in popularity thanks to their affordability and easy-to-use functionalities. You should definitely check this option out if you are running on tight schedules or if convenience-of-use is a big criterion of selection.


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