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Get Rid Of Large Pores With Microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion is one of those trendy cosmetic procedures that you’ve probably heard about but aren’t sure exactly what it does. If you’ve got a friend who’s obsessed with skincare, they might talk your ear off about microdermabrasion. So, what is this procedure, and how does it work to improve your pores? Well, let’s dive right into it. 

Microdermabrasion Explained

If you’re interested in the idea of microdermabrasion but you’re a little confused about the details, we’re here to help. Microdermabrasion is a non-invasive procedure that exfoliates your face and removes your dead skin cells. This process uses tiny crystals or a diamond tip that create abrasions on your skin and remove cells from the top layer.

Sometimes the systems used include a suction aspect that can vacuum the loose skin off the face. There are ways to do this procedure both in a medical office and at-home. There are benefits to both ways, but office devices tend to have more power and are more expensive. 

After the process is completed, it stimulates the healing process of your skin. The top layer of skin that grows is healthier and more vibrant looking. Many dermatologists and plastic surgeons perform microdermabrasion to reduce large pores and reduce the look of certain skin conditions.  

Cost Of Microdermabrasion

So, you might be thinking this sounds too good to be true. If you’re worried about this costing you an arm and a leg, we totally understand. The amount that you’ll pay for professional-level microdermabrasion will depend on how much treatment you are looking to get. Larger areas generally take more sessions to get the desired results. 

The price will also depend on the specific spa or clinic that you go to. On average, it can cost between $75-$200 a session. Before you decide to get microdermabrasion, do some research on the place you’re going. If the cost is abnormally low, it could be a bad sign of inexperienced workers or cheap equipment. 

Benefits Of Microdermabrasion

Now that you know what microdermabrasion is and how much it might cost you, let’s talk about the many benefits associated with the procedure. It addresses a wide variety of cosmetic concerns such as: 

  • Sun damage
  • Age spots
  • Stretch marks
  • Wrinkles
  • Acne scarring
  • Large pores
  • Blackheads

Sloughing off dead skin will cause a dramatic effect on your skin after your treatment is completed. This top layer of skin was dull and lifeless, which could have thrown off your collagen production in your face. After microdermabrasion, you can expect your skin to be brighter, smoother, and rejuvenated. 

Not to mention, microdermabrasion is a quick procedure, generally taking less than 30 minutes per session. It’s virtually painless and safe for any type of skin. There’s also no recovery time that you’ll need to account for after your sessions. If you’re looking for something less invasive than a facelift or similar cosmetic surgery, microdermabrasion could work for you. 

Side Effects And Aftercare

Since this procedure is safe, there’s no need to worry about your skin melting off after receiving treatment. The side effects are very minimal because the treatment only affects your outermost skin layer. You may experience skin tightness, redness, sensitivity, a few broken blood vessels, and very small spots of bleeding. 

If you commonly have cold sores, there’s a chance that microdermabrasion can reactivate a cold sore around your lips. If you’re worried about this, you can avoid getting treatment close to your lip area or take an antiviral pill to prevent it from occurring. If you have very thin skin, you might experience an increase in surface blood vessels. 

Lastly, if you are taking Accutane or have been on this medication in the last year, microdermabrasion could increase your chances of scarring. You might require gentler sessions or your doctor might recommend waiting to receive treatments. 

Options For Microdermabrasion

If microdermabrasion is starting to sound pretty appealing to you, the next step is to figure out how to get started. There are a couple of different things to consider before you start looking for treatment options. First of all, there are two slightly different types of microdermabrasion. One uses a crystal, and the other uses a diamond tip. 

Crystal microdermabrasion originates from Europe and is the most popular variety of the procedure. This involves very fine crystals sent through a tube into a steel wand that sprays the crystals onto your skin. The crystals are then vacuumed up through the wand, along with the skin particles. 

Diamond-tipped microdermabrasion is a bit newer and uses a diamond-encrusted tip to abrade the skin and extract dead skin particles through the vacuum. This version is a little bit cleaner and could even be considered a safer option. This is because there is no risk of crystals getting into your eyes during the procedure. 

Both of these procedures are very similar but offer a couple of unique benefits. The one that you pick is up to you and what you feel comfortable with. Both versions of this treatment will enhance your skin’s appearance. 

Using The Handset At Home

One of the downsides of scheduling a microdermabrasion appointment at a clinic or spa is that you have to take time out of your day, and it can be costly. At KENZZI, we understand that people’s lives are busy and sometimes don’t allow for self-care pitstops. The At Home Microdermabrasion Handset allows you to achieve the same results in the comfort of your home. 

This device allows you to reduce wrinkles, get rid of acne, and shrink your pores without scheduling an appointment with a dermatologist. This way, you can perform the treatment when it works best for your schedule, even if that’s at midnight after the kids are asleep. 

Feeling skeptical about the validity of the device? If you don’t think you can achieve the same results with this device as an in-office treatment, check out our product reviews. They’re written by real users with honest opinions on their experience using the KENZZI Handset. 

How Microdermabrasion Can Affect Your Pores

One of the most common skin problems that people struggle with is having large pores. This is something that’s natural but can make us feel self-conscious about the way our skin looks. Your genetics and age can also affect the size of your pores and make them more prone to breakouts and oiliness. 

As you age, your skin will naturally lose part of its elasticity. This is what makes our skin look young and healthy. It can cause your skin to droop and increase the look of your pores. This is especially true for people who spent a lot of time in the sun and didn’t protect their skin. 

The process of microdermabrasion improves the circulation deep within your skin and allows more oxygen to be supplied to it. This improves the cell processes of your skin and can improve its elasticity. Although our pores will never completely disappear, microdermabrasion can clear pore blockages to reduce the inflammation that occurs.

Sometimes pores appear larger because of poor hygiene. If your pores are naturally larger than normal, it can be difficult to deep clean them with over the counter products. Microdermabrasion unclogs large pores and makes it easier to manage. 

A lot of people choose this procedure over others because it’s safer and less invasive. Chemical peels and laser treatments can have longer recovery times and harsher side effects. 

What About Reducing Scarring?

Microdermabrasion has such a wide variety of uses that it can be used to treat more than one concern at a time. If you also struggle with acne scarring or other types of scars, this treatment can reduce their appearance. The improved circulation in your skin promotes the production of collagen. 

Scars caused by accidents can also be visibly reduced with microdermabrasion. It may take more treatments than other conditions, though. The process can lessen the appearance of the scar’s hyperpigmentation and irregular edges. In as little as three months, your scarring could be improved significantly. 

In Summary

Everyone’s lifestyle and schedule are different. Some people operate on a typical 9-5 and others don’t. Either way, at-home treatments can be better for your personal time management. That way, setting aside time to take care of your skin can happen whenever you need it to. Save yourself a trip to the dermatologist with the KENZZI Handset. You’ll get five replacement filters and three tip attachments included in your purchase of the handset. So what are you waiting for? 


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