Ultrasound Dermabrasion

Ultrasound Dermabrasion

Ultrasound microdermabrasion, also known as Skin Scribe technology, is used by beauty salons, skincare clinics and dermatologists. It is a multifunctional skin care system, which has deep cleansing, exfoliation, hydration, circulation and dermal stimulation effects. Ultrasound dermabrasion is a safe and virtually painless way for skin regeneration.

With Ultrasound Dermabrasion begins a new generation of aesthetic soft peeling. 
By removing the superficial layers of the skin, the Scrubber stimulates the revival of the skin tissue rendering it youthful and luminous from the first treatment.

The extreme part of the metallic probe induced to ultrasound vibration produces very rapid movements in very low amplitude. This ultrasound emission has a spectacular effect on water molecules, which are pulverized by micronization phenomenon.

Ultrasound energy can be used to exfoliate and thoroughly clean the most sensitive skin.
Deep pore cleansing lotion should be applied before treatment, which assisted by the Ultrasonic vibrations of the spatula, causes minuscule "explosions". The skin peeling application of the machine is the extremely gentle. Dead cells and other impurities are thus eliminated.

This process will help smooth wrinkles and improve hyperpigmentation. The ultrasound application will create a thermal effect to increase circulation to the face and penetrate product. This treatment is an alternative to microdermabrasion.

But unlike the standard microdermabrasion technique, the ultrasound dermabrasion technique does not require anesthesia as there is no real pain associated with it. In general you may feel the vibrations caused by the ultrasound dermabrasion machine, but these are usually not a big deal. The best part is that the ultrasound vibrations not only loosens the dead skin cells but it also kills off any bacteria which means you can say good bye to any existing blackheads.

Once the procedure is complete, you will need to use some sun block to prevent damage to these younger living skin cells by the sun. Your physician will also have a list of things for you to do following the ultrasound microdermabrasion procedure to ensure the best possible outcome.