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Aesthetics

Microdermabrasion: Choice is Good!

2019-03-13

Microdermabrasion is a mechanical exfoliation procedure that removes part of the horny layer of the skin. Its goal is to make the skin softer, smoother and more even, while stimulating it. But what does a microdermabrasion treatment look like, exactly? The answer will vary according to the type of device used.

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News

New: Microdermabrasion Diamond Tips

2015-05-11

Dectro is innovating by offering microdermabrasion devices that combine 2 mechanical exfoliation techniques! Indeed, according to the skin type it is now possible to select either diamond tips or microcrystals on any Dectro-made microdermabrasion device.

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Aesthetics

What is Microdermabrasion?

2014-08-22

Initially, microdermabrasion was only performed by professionals in the medical field to correct important skin imperfections for their clients. However, since its introduction in the 1970s, microdermabrasion has greatly evolved. This method, created in Italy, was adapted to the field of aesthetics in the mid-80s. Thirty years later, microdermabrasion has become an essential treatment in most North American beauty institutes. Continue Reading…

Aesthetics

What causes pigment spots?

2013-07-08

Pigment spots are the result of repeated and unprotected sun exposure, but they can also be caused by a genetic predisposition, hormonal imbalance, pregnancy, contraceptive or antibiotics intake. The skin can also become pigmented due to inflammation after sustaining an injury, an irritating intervention or after prolonged exposure to UV rays.
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Aesthetics

Can we perform microdermabrasion in summer?

2013-05-27

We have long considered it best to abstain from performing microdermabrasion in summer, but in doing so, we have deprived our clientele of excellent results! Don’t forget that for you, this means one less service to offer during the season. Take California for example: they have been practicing microdermabrasion for many years, even at very warm temperatures, and with great success. Continue Reading…