Microdermabrasion vs. Ultrasound
Which One Is Better For Acne Treatment?
Microdermabrasion is a popular technique for removing fine lines and facial wrinkles. In microdermabrasion, a trained technician applies a wand providing a steady spray of abrasive crystals directly on wrinkled or pigmented skin. Acting a little like a miniature sandblaster, these crystals lift the outermost layers of the skin—it is to be hoped, without any bleeding—and allow new skin to grow back in without creases, fine lines, wrinkles, or age spots.
Microdermabrasion can kill healthy skin
Microdermabrasion is a kinder, gentler alternative to cosmetic surgery. Still there is one major problem with the technique. Microdermabrasion kills healthy skin. The technique relies on the hope that new skin will come back without blemishes. Moreover, nothing in dermabrasion supports healthy skin with needed vitamins, essential fatty acids, or antioxidants.
Ultrasound Skin Treatment does not harm health skin cells
Ultrasound is a better way to attack fine lines and wrinkles, especially for people who are under 60. Ultrasound bombards the skin with 1,000,000 to 1,800,000 gentle pulses of sound every second. This setting is about 1/10 to 1/5 the frequency used in medical imaging. The reason skin care ultrasound operates at a lower, gentler frequency is that it is the perfect amount of energy for opening micro-channels in the skin.
For a few thousandths of a second, ultrasound can move all the living cells in the skin in an arrangement allowing a molecule-sized channel to form. This channel is wide enough for a molecule of a nutrient or antioxidant, but not wide enough for an infectious microorganism or dirt particle. For a few thousandths of a second, nutrients applied directly to the skin can travel exactly where they are needed. And a few thousandths of a second is enough for astonishing effects.
You can get professional ultrasound skin treatment at home
But that's not the only benefit of ultrasound. Ultrasound is also calibrated to separate dead skin cells from the skin, while leaving healthy skin cells intact. Removing the extra matte from the skin leaves it a little more flexible after each treatment, so that fine lines and wrinkles slowly disappear. Ultrasound treatment also gives the smooth an even finish that makes it easier to apply makeup for even texture and tone.
Unlike microdermabrasion that requires you to make an expensive appointment at a spa or skin care center, Fyola ultrasound is a technique you use in the privacy of your own home. Just a few uses will easily cover the cost of the machine.
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Why Is Ultrasound Therapy Better than
For Reducing Acne
Do you ever get so frustrated treating acne with some expensive microdermabrasion product that you could just scream? Now you don't have to. Ultrasound reduces acne with drug-free, chemical-free gentle treatment that can't be matched by medication, moisturizers, or anti-acne cleansers. Ultrasound literally vibrates your acne away. Here's how.
Acne is a condition of blocked pores. Healthy skin stays soft and flexible with the help of sebum. This is a naturally occurring oil that keeps the skin lubricated so that it springs back to its normal shape when it is stretched. Like any other oil, sebum eventually "goes bad," so the pores constantly send old sebum to the surface where it becomes food for the bacterium Propionibacterium acnes.
Acne Bacteria are not harmful
We tend to think of acne bacteria as harmful, but the fact is, in small numbers, they are actually helpful. They break down sebum into a form that is easily cleansed from the face. Propionibacterium acnes only becomes a problem when it is trapped in a pore with the sebum it uses for food.
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The byproducts of the action of bacteria on sebum are mostly irritating peroxides, chemicals in the same class as hydrogen peroxide, only stronger and more inflammatory. When dead skin blocks a pore and traps the bacteria, old sebum, and peroxides inside, inflammation, irritation, and redness quickly follow.
Use Ultrasound Machine to helps reduce acne
Ultrasound opens pores to begin the healing process for acne. The gentle bombardment of the skin lifts and separates microscopically small fragments of dead skin cells that block pores. The ultrasound moves sebum upward in the pore and encourages circulation of blood to the pore, providing it with nutrients and oxygen. But galvanic ions take the process one step further.
How Galvanic Machine helps repair aged skin
What the cosmetics industry refers to as "galvanic ions" is what medical science refers to as "iontophoresis." The idea behind the use of galvanic ions is that "electrifying" liquids helps the travel faster and deeper in the skin.
The use of ions is a separate process from ultrasound, but it complements ultrasound by adding a slight charge to helpful minerals, antioxidants, and nutrients that allows them to travel far deeper into the skin than they would even with the help of ultrasound.
With galvanic ion technology, the ultrasound device also helps repair aged skin: age spots, sagging skin, and wrinkles, as well as the blemishes of acne that can strike at any age.