All about Diamond Peel Microdermabrasion
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Diamond peel microdermabrasion is one of the facial treatments many customers seeking better complexion turn to today – and with good reasons. It is an affordable and convenient solution to most of their skincare problems, providing instant results with minimal downtime. But, as with any other skin treatment you’re considering to go through, it’s only proper to know what is involved in the procedure. In this article, Wellaholic will share with you the key facts about Diamond Peel Microdermabrasion. We offer Diamond Peel as a standalone treatment but it is also bundled with our Elight Facial Collagen Boost Unlimited PRESTIGE plan.
Introduction to Diamond Peel Microdermabasion
Diamond peel is a non-invasive and mechanical procedure that helps to remove dead skin cells, dirt and excess oil on the skin surface. It improves the appearance of your skin, by revealing younger and radiant skin underneath in an instant. Diamond Peel is an effective procedure particularly if you’re struggling with the following :
- Fine scars
- Enlarged pores
- Sun damage
- Slight wrinkles
- Acne breakout
- Uneven complexion
- Non-inflamed whiteheads
How did Diamond Peel come about?
The term diamond peel was derived from the natural/synthetic diamond chips attached to a handheld pen-like instrument used in the treatment. It is in turn attached to a suction pump that vacuums the exfoliated dead skin cells away.
However, before this version of the machine was introduced, the first generation of the diamond tool used fine carbon sand particles that are blasted onto the skin at very high air pressure. But, the downside is that it is prone to cause eye irritation as the crystals would accidentally get into the eyes.
Today, the procedure no longer uses a sandblasting tool, but an instrument with an abrasive diamond tip to loosen dead cells, dirt and excess oil on the skin surface. It is now a painless and non-invasive procedure to improve your skin.
What are the Benefits of Diamond Peel?
Diamond Peel is a non-invasive cosmetic procedure which:
- removes excess oil, dirt and dead cells on surface of the skin
- removes blackheads and whiteheads
- improves the appearance of fine wrinkles and lines
- reduces mild to moderate acne breakouts
- stimulates blood circulation in the face
- prepares the skin to absorb other skin nutrients (e.g. serums, etc.) better
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Who Should Opt for Diamond Peel Treatment?
Both men and women of any age are qualified to undergo diamond peel. But, with an exception for those with active acne lesions, open skin or irritated skin. It is particularly recommended for those with:
- blogged or enlarged pores
- pores with blackheads and whiteheads
- acne scars
What are the side effects of Diamond Peel?
Having this wealth of benefits, it’s surprising that the risks of diamond peel are minimal and are only likely to occur when the treatment is carried out by an inexperienced dermatologist. The worst symptoms one may experience include:
- Mild redness
Elight Facial Collagen Boost (PRESTIGE Unlimited)
You can try our Diamond Peel treatment as a standalone treatment, or as part of the Elight Facial Collagen Boost Unlimited PRESTIGE regime, in the following sequence (every session):
- Elight Radio Frequency / IPL
- AfterGlow Infra-Red Facial
- Diamond Peel Microdermabrasion
- ReFa with Retinol
- LED Cell Regeneration
- Elight for Neck