New Microdermabrasion Reviews Page Helps People Find the Best System

Newly created page helps people choose the best microdermabrasion system for both at home and professional use.


Evanport, OH -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/07/2012 -- Kathryn Finley, an independent journalist specialized in covering health and beauty topics, has created a new web page aimed at providing information to women about different microdermabrasion systems.

This page brings detailed reviews of microdermabrasion machines for both at home and professional use. People who visit this page can read reviews of some of the most popular machines such as Personal Microderm System and DDF Revolve 400x Micro Polishing System. Videos are included to help women better understand what these tools can do for their beauty.

People who are interested in providing this beauty procedure, can find on this page reviews of professional machines. These systems are an excellent solutions for aestheticians and beauty salons. Almost all of them are diamond microdermabrasion machines that are often recommended by skin care experts.

For people who cannot afford one these machines, Kathryn provides links for cheaper products that she personally tested and which, according to her, offer good results.

The page also includes two polls: the first poll asks the reader if and what type of microdermabrasion procedure he/she uses; the second poll is about the main skin care problem a reader suffers from.

Microdermabrasion is a non-invasive, fast, and pain-free beauty treatment that will help women of all ages get a clean, more youthful look.

Microdermabrasion has been proven to successfully deal with signs and symptoms of getting older, sun damage, and scarring. It cuts down on the appearance of wrinkles, and enlarged pores on the neck and face. Additionally, it takes care of dry, rough skin and stimulates the speed of skin renewal.

By eliminating the outer layers of the skin, microdermabrasion removes the skin cells that have been extremely destroyed by contact with the weather and promotes the development of fresh, healthy skin cells. As new skin cells are exposed, microdermabrasion clients will observe enhanced skin texture and an improved, younger entire facial condition.

Due to the fact microdermabrasion doesn't involve irritant chemicals, surgical scalpels, or lasers, time to recover is significantly increased. It’s typical for individuals to appear like they have a small sunburn after microdermabrasion, however this usually only lasts 2-3 days. People need to use a cream to the treatment area and to put on additional sunscreen for several days to shield the new skin cells.

As with most skin care treatments, the final results of a microdermabrasion therapy are not long lasting, therefore repeated sessions are necessary.

Reviews are available at the following address:

Kathryn Finley is an independent journalist with over 22 years experience. She specializes in covering health and beauty topics.

Kathryn Finley
Evansport, OH