The Mechanics of Microdermabrasion: Microdermabrasion Facials Miami

Microdermabrasion is performed by a technique in which crystals are blasted and abrade the skin's surface; thus, removing the top layers of the skin. Microdermabrasion is effective in skin resurfacing, eliminating and controlling acne and more.
By: Sarah Marchande
June 25, 2009 - PRLog -- Microdermabrasion is performed by a technique in which the particles, usually crystals – are blasted at the skin using air through a hand piece, and then a vacuum sucks the crystals and dead skin cells back up away from the skin.

By protecting the eyes, and then slowly passing the microdermabrasion tip over the skin's surface, the outer layers are thinned or removed. The power of the microdermabrasion machine bombards the skin with crystals which tend to remove the very outer layers and there is also an effect from the crystals hitting the skin, causing a little bit of inflammation. This inflammation can help tighten the skin and also gives a nice red glow, increasing the blood flow to the skin surface itself.

By bombarding the skin's surface and by sucking up the debris, the additional advantage of microdermabrasion is that black heads and white heads get sucked out during the process and are therefore also treated. This makes microdermabrasion very good for spotty, greasy or acne prone skin.

Bay Harbour Med Spa is South Florida's pioneer of Crystal Microdermabrasion TM. With over 12 years of experience in medical grade microdermabrasion, Bay Harbour Med Spa has treated thousands of men, women and teens with vast problems affecting the skin. Crystal Microdermabrasion TM has been highly effective in treating acne prone skin.

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