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Microdermabrasion For Acne - Exfoliating Procedure For Acne Control

Updated on April 6, 2010

Microdermabrasion For Acne Control

Are you struggling squeezing or picking at your acne hoping to get rid of it from your face? If you are, you are worsening your acne condition as the bacteria will spread to larger areas of your skin. Acne are caused by bacteria which are trapped between the top layer of dead cells and the new skin layer which are trying to push upwards. Therefore, it is wise to stop getting rid of your acne by using hands. Added to that, there might be a possiblility of permanent acne scarring on your face.

In fact, even though there is no miracle cure for your acne, there are various acne control procedures available in the market for acne sufferers like you. Out of these procedures, microdermabrasion for acne control is one of the most popular options which you can consider for reducing and controlling acne.

How Does Microdermabrasion For Acne Work

Microdermabrasion for acne uses a mechanical pen device to blasts a stream of aluminum oxide crystals onto the skin's surface. Next, by using the pen device to "rub" across the skin's surface, it gently peels off the top layer of dead skin cells, unclogging the blocked pores and clearing away the bacteria.
Besides, as the microdermabrasion crystals have anti-bacterial properties, the microdermabrasion process also helps to kill the bacteria which causes acne in the first place.

Why Microdermabrasion Is A Popular Acne Control Procedure

Microdermabrasion for acne is a mild and painless acne control procedure that does not require the use of anesthesia. Besides, the microdermabrasion procedure is highly effective in "clearing" away the bacteria from the skin pores without damaging your skin. As such, acne sufferers are confident to get this treatment done on their face.

Another benefit of microdermabrasion treatments is that you are able to see immediate improvements to your facial acne right after the first treatment. Besides, there is no downtime for skin recovery. This means that you can resume your daily routine activities after the microdermabrasion procedure.

Moreover, microdermabrasion for acne can dramatically improve the complexion of the skin as it stimulates the production of collagen and increases skin's elasticity. Overall, this procedure is also effective in removing any skin irregularities and improves facial appearance.

Does Microdermabrasion For Acne Works For You

As microdermabrasion concentrates on clearing the acne-causing bacteria and dead skin cells from the skin's surface rather than eliminating the root causes of acne, there is no way to find out whether microdermabrasion is suitable for you until you have tried it. Generally, positive results can be achieved right after the first treatment. However, your dermatologist will normally recommended you a series of 4 to 10 treatment sessions which is very much dependable on your acne conditions.

However, if you have a serious acne outbreak conditions, then you are strongly recommended to seek advice from your dermatologist on any possible risks involved. Even though microdermabrasion may not eliminate your acne totally, it is no doubt an affirmative acne control procedure that improves the effects of your facial acne in the natural way.

For those of you who are still skeptical about microdermabrasion for acne treatment, you can read more on what is microdermabrasion. Personally, I suggested that you give it a shot and you will be amazed by the many benefits of microdermabrasion. In fact, as microdermabrasion is a non-invasive skin procedure, anyone who want youthful and healthy skin complexion can go for this treatment.


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      Cool_Hubber 8 years ago

      Microdermabrasion for acne? Well, I didn't know about that. Thanks for the info.