Microdermabrasion - Acne Scars, hyperpigmentation, Wrinkles Video

Microdermabrasion is a proven skin care treatment that helps fade acne scars, large pores, hyperpigmentation, wrinkles, evens skin tone & more. Microdermx Microdermabrasion delivers medical grade results without the expense of going to a salon. D...
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Dana McCants: Hi! I am Dana McCants, and today I am going to show you an extremely effective skin rejuvenation process called Microdermabrasion. Microdermabrasion has been helping people prevent and treat skin issues for over 25 years. It is especially good for maintaining a beautiful complexion if you already have one. And it also helps to reduce fine lines, mild acne scaring, and even skin tone and large pores. By gently removing the upper layers of the epidermis, Microdermabrasion increases the cellular turnover rate. Thereby refining the surface skin and stimulating collagen and elastin production underneath. A single session will bring about brighter skin tone and finer pores, and several treatments can fade more serious issues like sun damage, fine lines, scaring, and hyperpigmentation. So today to help demonstrate how easy and effective Microdermx micro dermabrasion is, we have Avy here who is eager to try it for the first time. Hi Avy! Avy: Hi Dana! Dana McCants: Thanks for coming and trying out our product today. Avy: Thank you. Dana McCants: Why don't you tell us what you are looking to address with Microdermabrasion? Avy: Well, I was hoping to reduce some fine lines, and just generally improve the tone and texture of my skin. Dana McCants: Good, because that's precisely what Microdermx Micro dermabrasion is really good for. So let's get started. One of the first things you want to do of course is clean your skin, which Avy has already done. One thing you want to be sure to do is leave a little bit of water, leave it a little damp. You don't want to dry it completely with the towel after you have done it, and since she is dry now we want to go ahead and add a little bit of water. Okay, that's probably perfect. And you just want to put a little bit. Let's do the forehead first. Just put a little bit in the forehead, and just start working that in there. Perfect! Yeah, so that should take care of pretty much your whole forehead. So go ahead and spread that onto like thin, consistency. That's just about right. You want to show them that, so you want to see a thin, white film, not too thick and not too where you can't really see the whiteness of it. So that's really perfect. So you are going to want to move this in circles, no need to press, you're just going to move it around in circles, one direction and then reverse it and do the other. Perfect! Now, while you are getting going on that, I wanted to address really quickly some of the confusions surrounding Microdermabrasion. There is a lot and rightfully so. The problem is that the FDA never regulated the term Microdermabrasion, which means anything in a jar, can be sold and be called Microdermabrasion legally, even if it doesn't perform the process. So many people go out and they purchase an at home Microdermabrasion system. They bring it home, they are excited, they try it, and it doesn't work. And so then they assume that all at home Microdermabrasion treatments don't work either. But, that's not the case. If you have the proper crystal, you will get the treatment that's genuine and in fact there have been quite a few case studies that have proven that manual Microdermabrasion is as absolutely as effective as a machined version if you do use that proper crystal, which is where Microdermx comes in. Microdermx uses only fused corundum crystal and that's a medical grade corundum crystal. Corundum crystal is second on the most scalp hardness, next to the diamond. It's what rubies and sapphires are made of. It's really, really important that you get the hardness of that crystal as well as the micron size and the shape of this particular fused crystal to get the treatment that we are looking for. Speaking of progress, let's see how we are coming along with Avy, and how is it looking? How does it feel? Avy: It feels good. It feels like it's getting a little dry. Dana McCants: Okay. That's a really good point to bring that up, because -- just keep rubbing that in there thou

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