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Hey guys.

I was just wondering, what is the difference between:

Dermabrassion, Microdermabrasion and Chemobrasion???

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Chemobrasion

This is a series of complexion peels using Pure Fruit Acids like AHA & BHA to help accelerate the removal of blemishes, wrinkles and early solar damaged skin.

Chemo peeling activates new skin cellular regeneration, new collagen and cleans out impacted pores. The peeling technique involves a gradual titration with regards to the acid strength and length of time the acid is left on the skin.

Microdermabrasion

This is a gradual and painless dermabrasive technique adopted by us at Bioscor International Clinic for the planning down of cosmetically unacceptable skin surface defects. This method involves three intensive steps for 2 1/2 hours, which are: 1.) Deep pore cleansing 2) Deep skin cell stimulation 3) Micro-crystal sanding, the Deep pore cleansing will get rid of any black / white heads on your skin, cleans up all blemishes, Warts and Lesions, then is the introduction of hyperemia by a powerful vacuum pump for deep skin cell stimulation in order for the activation of new skin cells, new collagen and cleans out impacted pores, at last will be the spraying of inert micro-crystals onto the skin for the planning down of scars and dead skin cells.

Besides leveling surface defects, Microdermabrasion will stimulate cellular regeneration as well as increase skin elasticity and tone. Microdermabrasion offers a pain free and non-anesthetic advantage to traditional dermabrasion, and it minimized the risks of infection or discoloration.

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the whole second link is about dermabrasion

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Dermabrasion and dermaplaning help to "refinish" the skin's top layers through a method of controlled surgical scraping. The treatments soften the sharp edges of surface irregularities, giving the skin a smoother appearance.

Dermabrasion is most often used to improve the look of facial skin left scarred by accidents or previous surgery, or to smooth out fine facial wrinkles, such as those around the mouth. It's also sometimes used to remove the pre-cancerous growths called keratoses. Dermaplaning is commonly used to treat deep acne scars.

Both dermabrasion and dermaplaning can be performed on small areas of skin or on the entire face. They can be used alone, or in conjunction with other procedures such as facelift, scar removal or revision, or chemical peel.

If you're considering surgery to refinish the skin, this information will give you a basic understanding of the procedure-when it can help, how it's performed, and what results you can expect. It can't answer all of your questions, since a lot depends on your individual circumstances. Please ask your doctor about anything you don't understand.

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