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Dermacort Skin Cream

by Sylvie Pinley (2020-04-17)


Customers who try to use microdermabrasion Dermacort Skin Cream usually have the following skin problems: enlarged pores, clogged pores, mild acne, hyperpigmentation, poor skin texture, fine lines, age spots, sun spots, whiteheads and blackheads. This procedure is applicable to all types of skin, from darker complexion to light ones.Microdermabrasion is contraindicated for people with severe acne scarring, hyperpigmentation, sunburn, hypersensitivity, smokers, advanced stage of skin aging, and more. If and when these contraindications are not taken into consideration, then there's a greater tendency of untoward side effects and serious complications. Once again, try viewing microdermabrasion before and after videos or photos for more details.The things you need to do and prepare before having a microdermabrasion are as follows: discontinue the use or intake of any product or drug that contains aspirin and or salicylic acid; stop using Differin, Renova, Retin-A for 5 days before the treatment; stop smoking for blood circulation improvement to the skin; avoid exposure to sunlight (sunbathing); avoid using wax, chemical peels and collagen injections 2 weeks before the treatment.Ask your doctor for microdermabrasion before and after photos from patients that they previously treated. If not, then go for microdermabrasion before and after video testimonials to ease out the doubts the skepticism in you. This treatment usually requires 15-30 minutes or not more than an hour. It is a non invasive type of procedure and is not painful at all. Hence, after the treatment, the patient or client can immediately resume with his or her work.During microdermabrasion, a vacuum will be used in combination to microcrystal jet spray for the removal of the skin's outer layer. The debris and dead skin cells will be suctioned out by the vacuum. After that, a moisturizer or ointment is applied.

 

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