(NewsUSA) - We tend to forget that skin is the largest organ in the human body. But oftentimes, the vitamins and nutrients that replenish our skin are used up by other organs, which leaves dry skin vulnerable to wrinkles, sun damage, scars and blemishes.
If you neglect your skin, you could wind up regretting it as you lose that youthful glow. But, there are ways to replenish skin cells without resorting to lasers and harsh chemicals, such as microdermabrasion.
Microdermabrasion is a natural exfoliation alternative to chemical peels, dermal fillers and laser therapy. There are two main types of microdermabrasion: crystal microdermabrasion uses tiny crystals to remove old skin, while diamond microdermabrasion exfoliates with a diamond-encrusted applicator.
Microdermabrasion rejuvenates the skin by clearing away dead skin and producing more collagen and elastin. As new layers of skin replace dead cells, skin appears brighter, healthier and smoother.
Although microdermabrasion is a non-surgical procedure, it has only been available in spas and salons to date. But now, the Sylvan Company (www.sylvancompany.com), which provides spa equipment, designed a home diamond microdermabrasion machine that is simple to use yet highly effective.
The home microdermabrasion machine uses the same technology as commercial equipment, so the results are comparable to getting a professional treatment. The machine also costs roughly the same as one microdermabrasion session in a salon, except you can reuse it as often as you like.
Considering how profitable the beauty industry is becoming, it feels good to save some money on occasion. According to American Salon magazine, day spas are one of the most popular -- and fastest-growing -- divisions of the beauty and cosmetic industry.
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