Thinking of getting a diamond microdermabrasion does it help with lines and open pores ?

Asked by Tracey71

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Yes, several sessions of microdermabrasion will help with fine lines and pore reduction. Adding a skin care line that will compliment the procedure with consistent exfoliation will benefit you, as well.
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I don't think you can ever get rid of lines with microdermabrasion, as the lines are either due to volume loss or muscle contraction.
Thank you for all the replies, that's given me all the info I was looking for .... off to take the plunge and get myself booked in for a session.
Hi Tracey,
A Dimond Microdermabrasion will help smooth open pores and reduce the appearance of lines over a course booking. At Enhance Beauty Clinic, we offer Dimond Microdermabrasion treatments with a Collagen Anti-aging Mask that will help with smoothing fine lines and overall giving a youthfull appearance.
I hope that helps. If you need any more information, please do not hessitate to contact me.
Sarah from Enhance Beauty Clinic
Hi Tracey. Having been in the beauty industry for many years and having used both methods, I now find myself more inclined to opt to offer my clients the Diamond Method.
It certainly does help to reduce pore size as it speeds up the collagen production with regular treatments. This therefore plumps the skin and the pores appear less prominant on the serfuce. With regards to fine lines, again with regular treatments it does help to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, helps to even skin tone and it also helps to reduce blocked pores. You can find out more on my website
Hi Tracey71
Yes Diamond Microdermabrasion can help reduce the appearance of lines and open pores over a course of sessions.
The process of Diamond dermabrasion is the fine diamond tipped head along with the suction gliding over the skin helps abrade away the top surface layer of your skin promoting new skin which in turn over time is renewed and the open pores and lines are more diminished.
Hope this helps!
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