Does Microdermabrasion for Stretch Marks at Home Work?

Does Microdermabrasion for Stretch Marks at Home Work?

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Microdermabrasion procedure
Microdermabrasion procedure

Microdermabrasion is one of the most used Stretch mark removal treatment considered after the tropic creams or after the natural remedies that did not show any improvement in the stretch marks. Thus, Microdermabrasion is the next step that most people like to follow to be on the safe side and in case this does not work, then the Laser removal methods are the last resort for stretch marks removal.

Microdermabrasion & How It is Done

Woman receiving massage  - microdermabrasion
Woman receiving massage – microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion is a process where the micro crystals used on the skin surface are hard and strong enough to disrupt the skin surface and remove any unwanted and small enough to not cause any irritation or pain on the skin. Thus, the technique helps removing the dead skin only form the upper layer without hurting the surrounding skin and once the skin becomes vulnerable then the skin produces Collagen that helps and improves the elasticity of the skin.

Elasticity in skin helps in preventing stretch marks on body thus after the first Microdermabrasion session the skin tends to feel soft and smooth but after 3 -4 sessions you can see the stretch marks fade out into your skin tone.

However, Microdermabrasion at home is different when done at home; you might not see the exact result that you expected when one gets the treatment done at clinic or spa.

How Microdermabrasion helps
How Microdermabrasion helps

At home, Microdermabrasion is very different and is done in two ways- cream and machine that you can purchase from any departmental stores. The only difference between at home Microdermabrasion and professionally, is the use of the tool, as at home you will be using creams that contain the similar ingredients that is used in the professional tools.

Pros

  • Microdermabrasion when done at home is less expensive at about $60-$80, whereas in clinics it can cost about $150-$250 per session.
  • At home, Microdermabrasion kits are milder than the products used in clinics.
  • At home treatment is very quick as compared to the clinical treatment.

Cons

  • You might not get the desired result that you would have expected from the treatment when done at home, as at home the tool used in clinics to remove the dead skin is missing, thus it is unlikely to get the results, as you would expect from the clinical treatment.
  • The chances of suffering from breakouts are high, in case you sue the product near your neck area or back.
  • Microdermabrasion is not only limited for Stretch Mark removal but also for acne scars and wrinkles.
  • The at home treatment cannot be sued when one is pregnant, it is best advised to carry out the treatment post pregnancy.

 

Caution

Whenever you perform stretch marks treatment at home or any other treatment, firstly make sure that you are well informed about the procedure and that you have sufficient information to take care of the any mistake during the treatment.

If you are not sure of the Microdermabrasion product kit, then make sure that you go through various reviews to clear your doubts or firstly consult your dermatologist to seek guidance before you perform the procedure yourself.

However, Microdermabrasion at home is not for those who are looking for a quick way t get rid of stretch marks, for e.g. if someone is getting married within next 3 months, then you cannot wait for the home treatment to show the desired results so soon. For this, you will have to go for the clinical Microdermabrasion treatment where proper tools will be used to deliver the desired results much faster than the at home treatment.

For the first treatment, you will need to go for nearly 5-6 sessions after which you can see certain results; however, you will need to keep a gap of minimum one month for the next treatment. Microdermabrasion treatment in clinics will cost you much higher than at home treatment but the result will be 100% better than the cream products that you use at home.

However, the fastest way to get rid of your stretch marks is the laser treatment, which is again faster than the Microdermabrasion treatment that is why laser treatment is said to be the last resort for stretch mark removal. Laser treatment have been successful until now but due to its heavy price, people try to go start from the basic treatment, but if you are ready to shell somewhere between $500- $1000 per session only. In addition, to get the desired result, you will atleast need to go for 3-5 session, therefore, be ready to blow off some huge amount.

Conclusion

Stretch marks are part of our lives, nearly permanent we are always told that we should be happy with the way we look, but if this is coming in between then you can always get rid of them with the help of latest innovative technologies that can almost help diminish the marks on our body.

However, before you go for such treatment it is better to take some help from your doctors and then plunge into any treatment that you would like to go for.

In case you go for any treatments then you must be prepared to face the side effects, which are not that serious.