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Hydro Microdermabrasion Dermabrasion Peeling Facial Machine

Project E Beauty

  • $293.00 USD


Item: Hydro Microdermabrasion Dermabrasion Peeling Facial Machine
Item ID: PE324
Color: White
Voltage: 110V/220V
Power: 120W
Treatment Area: Facial
Size: 36x29x15 cm
Weight: 2.6 kg

Included:
1. Hydro Dermabrasion Machine X 1
2. PVC recycling bottles X 2
3. Mirror X 1
4. Hydro peeling probe X 8
5. Peeling handler X 1
6. Full detailed English manual/instructions X 1

Functions:
- Skin peeling
- Enhances metabolism
- Promotes blood circulation and lymphatic circulation 
- Remove wrinkles
- Skin rejuvenation
- Skin cell regeneration

Features:
- Easy to operate
- More safe when compared with other dermabrasion
- Time-saving
- Convenient
- Warranty

Introduction:
Hydro dermabrasion machine uses the pump's nozzle to pump essence-water mixture, and then impacts the epiderm on a high speed with the rotation mode. The aging skin cells will fall off, which lead-in the essence easily. Self-healing function will let the skin cells regenerate rapidly and at the same time, stimulate layer skin cell growth and blood circulation. It helps accelerate tissue development, promoting collagen and elastin production. As a result, the skin becomes soft and delicate, elastic and shiny. Hydro dermabrasion peeling solves various kinds of stains: chloasma, pregnancy spots, age spots, freckles, sunburn, acne scars, large pores, dark complexion, etc. If you have the above skin problems, you can try this hydro dermabrasion machine to see the gratifying results.

To appreciate the benefits of microdermabrasion, it is important to understand how the skin maintains its appearance by replenishing itself. This machine provides peeling, cleaning, and moisturizing at the same time. Users can apply all kinds of liquid products during the operation. It is safer when compared with diamond hydro-tips and plastic tips, since it can be used for the skin around the eyes.

This machine is mainly suit for rough skin, comedo, and large pores. Use about 25 minutes for the entire progress every time. Rest for 7-10 days after using it. Usually, one treatment course includes 8 to 10 times. There will be significant improvement in the skin after three treatments.

Lines, Wrinkles, and Aging
According to the American Academy of Dermatology, aging skin cells produce excess amounts of free radicals, which are unstable oxygen molecules. Wrinkles are part of the Aging Process. Under ideal circumstances, these are removed by naturally occurring antioxidants within the skin’s cells. With older skin cells, the antioxidants are in short supply, leaving free radicals on the skin. The remaining free radicals damage the cell membranes, proteins and DNA of the skin, and eventually will break down the collagen. Chemicals are released during this process and inflammation occurs. It is a combination of these cellular and molecular events that lead to wrinkles and aging.

The Layers of the Skin
The skin has three layers: epidermis, dermis and subcutaneous. The epidermis is the outermost layer that everyone sees; the dermis is the middle layer, and the subcutaneous is the inner layer.  When you are young, the skin does an efficient job of stretching and holding moisture. The dermis (middle layer) has an elastic quality due to the fibers called elastin. Elastin gives the skin a smooth feeling and helps with skin rejuvenation. Collagen is found in the dermis and helps prevent wrinkles. Over time, the skin’s collagen and elastin diminish. As a result, the skin becomes thinner and cannot hold moisture in the epidermis. The fat in the subcutaneous layer, which gives the skin a plump, firm appearance also begins to disappear. This result is sagging skin and wrinkles. Wrinkles are most common where facial muscle contractions have been repeated over many years.
The two biggest culprits that determine the appearance of our skin are time (age) and the environment (namely the sun). These culprits have a profound effect on the ability of our bodies to produce collagen and elastin.

Time and the Environment
Our bodies naturally shed the outer most layer of the epidermis that contains dead skin cells (stratum corneum) every 30 days or so. As our body sheds, the dermis manufacturers collagen and elastin to restore itself. The amount is dependent upon age and the condition of the skin.


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