Sunday, January 22, 2012
Well, it depends whom you speak to. Of course beauticians and cosmetologists say that the treatment works, but if you speak to consumers you get a different story. All dermabrasion involves is the use of a device which has a rotating brush that scraps of your superficial skin layers. Just like you use sand paper. The philosophy behind this approach is that once the old skin is removed, the new skin will grow and look younger and tighter in complexion. The treatment does have several adverse effects include redness and scab formation that may last a few weeks. Moreover keloids and skin breakdown is also common. The optimal results of dermabrasion often take months. Unfortunately the treatment is expensive, the results are not guaranteed and complications can be worse than your wrinkles.