10 Great microdermabrasion before and after pores Public Speakers
I am loving the way microdermabrasion works in the summer! It just feels like a spa treatment where you get to relax and remove oil up to the size of a dime.
Pores are microscopic skin openings that can cause acne. They are not an actual “problem,” but rather a cosmetic imperfection that can be used to smooth and tighten skin. A person who has a lot of pores is considered to be “acne prone,” since it shows up more often on the face. In the context of acne, pores that are too large can be treated with a numbing cream.
The process involves gently rubbing the skin with a special microdermabrasion cream that gently removes the oil. The cream was developed by Dr. David Katz, who says it can be applied to skin every year and not result in any side effects.
Since microdermabrasion can be a permanent treatment, a lot of people will have sensitive skin, and so it may be hard to get that microdermabrasion done right away. It’s also important to note that microdermabrasion is not for everyone. Anyone who has sensitive skin is advised to use a very mild treatment, and those who have acne should avoid the cream.
I’m not a huge fan of the cream since it seems to make my skin feel very greasy, but I think the good news is that the product has been researched and found to be safe for use on most skin types. However, if you have the slightest bit of acne, you may want to skip it.
As always, please keep in mind that microdermabrasion is not a magic bullet for all skin types. While you may feel great and have clear skin after a few applications of the product (and a lot of people do), you might find that the microdermabrasion leaves your skin looking really dry. The best way to know if microdermabrasion is right for you is to consult a professional to see if it’s right for you.
There have been a million different ways to use microdermabrasion, but our recommendation is to use it after you’ve already cleared your pores of dead skin cells. It’s easier to get into the depths of your pores when you’re not trying to remove dirt and dead skin cells.
As it turns out, the product is a very specific and powerful one. Microdermabrasion actually works by stripping out the dead skin cells from the surface of the skin. The product works by literally heating the skin and then making it thinner. So when you use the product you need to use it very gently and apply it very evenly. Because your skin is not able to hold the heat it can actually burn skin.
This is a very common skin complaint. I know because I have a daughter who is always complaining about it. To the point where her mom has even made her wear a heating pad for two weeks to put her to sleep for that particular complaint.
In the video above they show a couple of different skin types. The one on the left is a combination of dry skin from our everyday life (because it’s hot and sweaty) and an oily skin caused by a skin problem (like psoriasis). The one on the right is a combination of dry skin and oily skin.