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My Experience With Microdermabrasion infusion



As you know I am obsessed with skin care, if there's something new out I have to try it! So when I got the opportunity to try microdermabrasion infusion I jumped on it.

Microdermabrasion is a skin resurfacing procedure that exfoliates and rids skin of dead skin cells, the infusion action is when they apply a serum into the deepest layer of skin.  It's applied with a diamond tipped suction with two tubes connecting to the machine. One sucks the junk out and the other puts the serum in.

It goes something like this....

First, they wash and tone your face with a gentle cleanser and toner to remove any oils and makeup from the skin.

After your skin is clean. They use a diamond tipped suction machine that helps with exfoliation and helps with the application of the serum.

It feels like a vacuum is being taken to your face and everything is being taken out of your skin. I'm not going to lie, it does hurt a little. Also, there was some redness on my forehead and some on my cheeks. When the serum was being applied, I felt it ooze out of my skin. It was very heavy at first but as the hours went on it did lighten up.

There was a bit of redness and I did feel greasy. My skin felt a little gross afterward, but after a few hours it did lighten up and my skin felt baby soft.

They then applied an anti-aging moisturizer and eye treatment then it's done!

After a while, the feeling lightens up and I started to see the glow. The hyperpigmentation that I have is also lightening up.

I would definitely do this again. By the time I got home I was completely awe-struck with my skin. I also love to double up on treatments so I did a sheet mask (something light) to help do some more goodness to the skin.

Here's my skin afterward, sorry I forgot to do a before :(



If you're considering doing this procedure here's a little list of do's and don't's...

Prior to your treatment, you should avoid...


  • Getting Botox, Chemical Peel, any facial waxing or do any aggressive to your skin for 24 hours prior
  • Don't exfoliate of any kind ( no manual exfoliation or chemical exfoliation) for 3-5 days before. 
Afterwards...

Avoid excessive sun exposure as well as prior to your treatment (as you should normally)

Introduce new skin care treatments because your skin is all new! But again no exfoliation like a sheet mask would be great, something soothing or brightening. 

Let me know if you guy's ever had it and what your experience was like! 


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