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Artículo: The Benefits of Microdermabrasion and How To Try It

The Benefits of Microdermabrasion and How To Try It

The Benefits of Microdermabrasion and How To Try It


Did you know that your skin, besides being the largest organ of the body, is also pretty amazing at shedding off old skin cells and renewing itself? It's like having a built-in system to maintain the surface. 

If you've been dealing with skin issues, there's something you can do to give your skin a little boost in its renewal process and tackle those common concerns. Keep reading and find out more about microdermabrasion! 

What is microdermabrasion?

Microdermabrasion is a minimally invasive skincare technique that can be performed at home and in professional settings. This rejuvenating procedure involves the use of a specialized wand that gently exfoliates the skin's surface, promoting the renewal of skin cells. Think of it as a method that helps remove the outermost layer of skin, revealing a fresher and more radiant complexion.

You may have heard it mentioned before, but it's true that microdermabrasion wands often feature a diamond or crystal-encrusted tip. These materials are used because of their gentle exfoliating properties, allowing the wand to delicately glide across the skin and effectively remove dead skin cells. This process promotes a smoother and more refined appearance of the skin. 

While the term "diamond" may sound glamorous, the diamonds used in microdermabrasion wands are typically industrial-grade and not the precious gemstones you might envision. The focus is on the functionality and effectiveness of the crystal or diamond tip in achieving the desired skincare results.

What are the benefits of microdermabrasion?

A microdermabrasion machine offers a multitude of advantages for both your appearance and overall skin health. Here are some key benefits to consider:

  • Smoother Skin

Microdermabrasion helps to reveal smoother and more refined skin texture by gently exfoliating the outermost layer, removing dead skin cells, and promoting cellular turnover.

  • Brightened Complexion

By effectively removing dull and dead skin cells, microdermabrasion can help brighten your complexion, giving it a more youthful and radiant appearance.

  • Improved Fine Lines 

Microdermabrasion can help minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by stimulating collagen production and promoting the growth of healthier skin cells.

  • Evened Skin Tone

Uneven skin tone and pigmentation issues can be improved with microdermabrasion. It can help fade dark spots, sun damage, and other discolorations, resulting in a more even and balanced skin tone.

  • Reduced Pore Congestion

Microdermabrasion helps to unclog pores and remove dirt, oil, and debris, which can contribute to the prevention of blemishes and breakouts.

If you're on the hunt for your first microdermabrasion device, check out the Reinvo. This at-home wand gives you professional-grade exfoliation in the comfort of your own space. 

What sets the Reinvo apart are its 4 diamond-tipped exfoliating heads, each expertly crafted for specific areas of the body. From face to body, these heads work their magic, gently yet effectively whisking away dead skin cells, revealing a whole new layer of luminous skin beneath. The Reinvo allows you to tailor your treatment, ensuring that every inch of your skin receives the attention and care it deserves.

What to expect during a microdermabrasion treatment?

If you’re new to at-home or microdermabrasion in general, here’s what you need to know about the procedure:

How to prepare

Microdermabrasion is most effective when performed on a clean face. It's important to ensure that your skin is thoroughly cleansed before the treatment begins. This step is crucial in removing any impurities or makeup that may otherwise contaminate the pores during the procedure.

Pay attention to areas where makeup or excess sebum may accumulate, such as the T-zone or around the nose. By starting with a clean canvas, you optimize the effectiveness of the microdermabrasion treatment, allowing the specialized wand to work its magic on your freshly cleansed skin.

What to expect during the treatment

During your microdermabrasion treatment, the specialized wand, equipped with a diamond or crystal-encrusted tip, should be gently glided over your skin. As it delicately moves across the surface, it works its magic, effectively exfoliating and removing dead skin cells.

Now, you might be wondering, will it hurt? Rest assured, during the treatment, you may experience a mild scratching or vibrating sensation as the wand works its wonders. Microdermabrasion is generally well-tolerated and does not cause significant discomfort. In fact, many individuals find the sensation to be quite manageable and even relaxing.

How long will it take

When using your at-home microdermabrasion wand, it's recommended to spend four minutes or less on each spot. However, it's important to listen to your own comfort level and adjust accordingly.

It's always a good idea to start with shorter sessions and gradually increase the duration as you become more familiar with the process and your skin's response.


After the treatment, it's perfectly normal to experience some mild redness or sensitivity, similar to the feeling of a light sunburn. But don't worry, as these temporary effects are a sign that your skin is responding to the rejuvenating benefits of microdermabrasion. In most cases, the redness and sensitivity will subside within a few hours to a day, leaving you with a refreshed and revitalized complexion. 

Continue with a nourishing skincare routine. To enhance the benefits, consider applying a hydrating serum or your preferred moisturizer. The freshly exfoliated skin is more receptive to hydration, allowing the products to penetrate deeply and provide optimal nourishment.

Pro Tip: Avoid using medications or abrasive skincare products immediately after your microdermabrasion session, as they may cause irritation or interfere with the healing process.

How often should you use a microdermabrasion wand?

Before you get too excited about your new skincare device, it's important to understand the proper frequency of use - it's crucial to avoid overdoing it. Microdermabrasion wands are powerful exfoliators and using them more than once a week can potentially irritate and dry out your skin. To maintain that youthful glow without compromising your skin's health, use the wand once a week or every two to four weeks, depending on your skin's needs.

To ensure that your microdermabrasion wand stays in tip-top shape, it's essential to replace the heads every six months. Loose or damaged heads should be replaced right away to maintain effectiveness and safety. Additionally, don't forget to replace the filters after each treatment, as this helps maintain the wand's cleanliness and performance.

Lastly, here's a friendly reminder: Take microdermabrasion before and after photos of your skin to document the amazing changes that can occur throughout your microdermabrasion journey. It's an excellent way to visually track your progress and appreciate the transformative effects of this skincare technique. 

  written by Sophie Flair



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