History Of Microdermabrasion
Microdermabrasion is one of the most affordable non-invasive skin rejuvenation procedures available today and continues to be one of the most popular nonsurgical cosmetic procedure in the US!
Microdermabrasion is a mild skin resurfacing procedure which began many centuries ago in ancient Egypt. Egyptian women, wanting to remove minor skin flaws, used fine sand and abrasive masks with alabaster particles to peel their outermost skin layers. Since then women have used hundreds of substances and methods to exfoliate, cleanse, naturally freshen and lighten their skin.
In more recent times dermabrasion, chemical peels (glycolic acid peel and alpha hydroxyl acids), laser resurfacing and active balms have proven to be extremely effective, however, they also showed potential for serious complications. As a result, dermatology experts became increasingly concerned with finding a safe, noninvasive facial skin rejuvenation and resurfacing treatments that actually work.
In 1985, an Italian specialist performed the first microdermabrasion treatment, as we understand it today. People all over the world now treat skin problems with microdermabrasion because of its quick after-treatment recovery and low health risk.
THE US MARKET
Skin rejuvenation is one of the fastest growing sector of the aesthetic nonsurgical industry. Microdermabrasion continues to be one of the most popular nonsurgical cosmetic procedures in the US and one of the most affordable noninvasive aesthetic procedures available today.
The baby boomer demographics combined with the overwhelming desire to retain a youthful appearance are driving demand for aesthetic procedures.
Dermaglide medical-grade microdermabrasion treatments improve or eliminate superficial skin problems with virtually no side effects.
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