Microdermabrasion

Older people fondly remember their skin when they were children. Plenty of collagens are found in children's skin accounting for its smoothness and tautness. Fortunately, a treatment called as Microdermabrasion is available that makes the skin as taut and smooth as possible defying the aging process. As one becomes older collagen production is lower resulting in uneven skin that is also slack, which really means dead skin cells. Microdermabrasion is the process of using a gentle abrasive device to remove dead skin cells. Microdermabrasion is useful to address conditions such as stretch marks on skin, discoloration of skin, damage to skin due to sun exposure and scars on skin.

Microdermabrasion is basically a non-invasive medical procedure that is helpful in removing the dry cells in the skin. The procedure uses small sized crystals which exfoliates the skin in the most effective and safe manner. Through such exfoliation the superficial surface of the skin which is filled with dead cells is cleared. The dry cells are taken off from the surface of the skin making it look healthy and glowing. During the process, the skin gets polished through the machine that generates the small crystals. The uniformity in motion exhibited by the machine used for the purpose smoothes the skin in an equal manner.

Benefits of Microdermabrasion

  • Microdermabrasion helps in the removal of pigmentation on the surface of the skin caused by hormonal changes and ultra violet rays.
  • It safeguards the skin from all types of inflammation.
  • The high quality exfoliation done in a disciplined manner, removes even the mildest of dust particles blocking the pores on the surface of the skin.
  • It protects the skin getting affected due to irritation caused by various factors internal and external.

Dr. Y V Rao who is an expert in treating people for skin related issues is very famous in Hyderabad and Vishakapattinam. Touch base with them to understand more about Microdermabrasion, a skin care process which is carried out by Dr Y V Rao using advanced methodologies.