Why Microdermabrasion is Effective For Scar Treatments?

When microdermabrasion is applied to the surface of the skin, it softens the outer layer and eliminates dead skin cells and damaged skin. As the upper layer of the skin is removed, the space for a smoother new layer of skin to replace the damaged layer opens up. With scar tissue, there are various layers of redundant skin causing a change in appearance of the skin. But these excess layers can be removed gently one at a time by using microdermabrasion on the scars.

Most people see changes after one microdermabrasion treatment, but better results are gotten from multiple treatments. Wherever your scars are, be it on your face, chest, or back, using microdermabrasion on a regular basis can help to improve the appearance of those scars. Similarly, the microdermabrasion treatment also prevents new acne from forming, so you are free from additional acne scars.

Initially, the best way to use microdermabrasion is on a weekly basis. Once the scars have disappeared, you can continue with a monthly microdermabrasion treatment so as to maintain healthy skin on a constant basis.