Diamond Dermabrasion Machine

Diamond Dermabrasion Machine

Regular price R 2,650.00

What is Diamond MicroDermabrasion?

Diamond Dermabrasion is a sensible improvement of the Micro-crystal Dermabrasion.  The Diamond Dermabrasion provides a non-surgical skin refinish procedure by using sterile diamond heads to abrade or rub off the top skin layer, then vacuuming out the particles along with any dirt and dead skin congestion. In addition to removing skin debris, this procedure reduces imperfections, blemishes, wrinkles and unwanted pigmentation. Moderate usage of Diamond Dermabrasion, accompanied with skin products that penetrate through top skin layer that reach the dermis level, helps to replenish natural nutrients, restore cell activity, and promote skin health. The results after a MicroDermabrasion treatment is usually a healthy, glowing, beautiful skin.

Diamond Dermabrasion Tips

The diamonds in the microdermabrasion tip are actually thousands of uniformly sized tiny diamond particles. Diamond microdermabrasion machines come with an assortment of tips of varying sizes. The appropriate diamond tip to use depends on the client’s individual skin condition: 100 for course skin; 200 for normal skin, and 300 for sensitive skin

Diamond microdermabrasion suction Traditional microdermabrasion blasts micro crystals onto the skin to perform exfoliation. Diamond microdermabrasion relies on suction in combination with the diamond tips to exfoliate. Increasing the suction makes the microdermabrasion process stronger and suitable for treating old stretch marks or deeper acne scars. Higher suction levels can be used on body skin because it is less sensitive than facial skin.  This is most useful for back acne, rough elbows and arms and hands.

Suction also has the added benefit of stimulating collagen and elastin as well as increasing blood flow to the skin. This provides an instantly revived complexion and healthy glow, while collagen and elastin work to build stronger and more youthful skin.

Diamond Microdermabrasion vs. Crystal Microdermabrasion:

Some advocates of diamond microdermabrasion claim that it is more effective than crystal microdermabrasion; however, on average results appear to be very similar.  Both crystal and diamond microdermabrasion take about 30 minutes to complete a single procedure, and patients will require the same number of treatments to get the same results with both types of microdermabrasion.  Diamond and crystal microdermabrasion are both appealing because the patient can return to their daily activities immediately after treatment.  Costs of diamond microdermabrasion for the patient are the same as crystal microdermabrasion.  The main advantage of diamond microdermabrasion is the absence of crystals that are associated with negative side effects. Some patients of crystal microdermabrasion complain of temporary soreness, redness and dryness of the skin after treatment. The appeal of diamond microdermabrasion over crystal microdermabrasion lies mainly with treatment providers. A few advantages of diamond microdermabrasion include safety, cost, and machine size. 

Microdermabrasion, How Long Between Treatments?

A good rule of thumb is to use microdermabrasion treatments on a weekly basis. In the beginning, you can start using the treatment every 6 or 7 days until you experience the results that you desire. Then, you can start to decrease the frequency to every other week or once a month. Most people find that once a month treatments are sufficient for maintenance on an on-going basis.

If you are wondering when to get microdermabrasion , a good strategy is to pick a specific day of the week for your treatments, and then use your at-home microderm machine on the same day every week. For example, you might consider using it every Saturday, which will give your skin a day to heal before going back to work on Monday. Most people don’t experience many negative side effects from microdermabrasion, although it is possible for your skin to get slightly irritated and have a pinkish color for up to 24 hours.

How to Do a Microdermabrasion at Home?

When you purchase your microdermabrasion machine, it will come with specific instructions to follow so that you can be sure that you are protecting the health of your skin. There are a few basic steps that should be followed:

  1. Cleanse the skin, using a gentle cleanser that is oil-free. Be careful to avoid harsh cleansers, because they could dry out the skin and cause the skin to be more sensitive during the microdermabrasion treatment. Remember that the microdermabrasion machine will help to remove build-up and impurities on the skin, so the initial cleansing process doesn’t need to get rid of all of the dirt.
  2. Next, pat the skin dry with a towel and allow your face to air dry completely. The microdermabrasion machine doesn’t work as well if your skin is damp.
  3. Once the skin is dry, turn on the microdermabrasion machine and prepare to treat the skin. Use your free hand to pull the skin tight and then gently rub the head of the machine on your skin. Don’t do more than 1 or 2 passes on the same area of skin.
  4. After you have treated the whole area, turn off the microderm machine and then finish the treatment with a few skin care products. It is a good idea to use a toner immediately after the treatment, because toner balances your skin’s pH levels. Follow the toner with a moisturizer, to keep moisture in the skin and prevent over drying.

Keep in mind that you are trying to avoid sagging skin, so it is best to use the microdermabrasion machine in an upward motion as you are moving it on your skin. Downward motions might increase your risk of wrinkles and fine lines.

How to Use Diamond Microdermabrasion Machine?

Once you have learned how to use a microdermabrasion machine, then you can use any type of machine. There are many similarities between the types of machines that are available, and the main difference is the fact that they use different products on the head of the machine. For example, some machines use diamond tips and others use crystals instead.

But, even though they use different types of stones to create the friction that is needed, most of the machines work in a similar way. Each machine will come with specific instructions, and you can follow those step-by-step instructions in order to receive the most benefits from that particular machine.

What is the best moisturizer to use after microdermabrasion?

After your microdermabrasion treatment, you skin may be a little red and sometimes irritated. What helps is to apply a light moisturizer that will restore your skin and promote the healing process. Some good moisturizer lotions are:


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