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Dermoi Scientific Director Eve Casha reviewed the best facials on the market to shed light on popular treatments that can actually harm the skin and accelerate photoaging in the long term.
The skin is the largest organ in your body and the most visible part of a person’s body. This is why it is so essential to maintain the health of your skin with daily care and skin care. However, the skin is often taken for granted until there is a noticeable problem. This leads people to seek quick fixes and instant results with trending treatments that promise to cure skin problems overnight, but in reality they could do more harm than good.
Dermoi Scientific Director Eve Casha (MSc Pharmaceutical Formulation) reviewed the best facial treatments on the market and demonstrated their harmful and damaging effects, hand-selecting the treatments that have been shown to be harmful to the skin.
Microdermabrasion is one of the most popular skin care products on the market. It acts as a dead skin remover. However, with microdermabrasion you will see a very temporary smoothing of the skin surface by exfoliating it, but it does not change the skin at the cellular level. Microdermabrasion gives temporary results that have long lasting harmful and aging effects.
Another trendy facial treatment currently on the market is HydraFacial. In the HydraFacial procedure, hydra-dermabrasion is combined with a chemical peel and extraction. The treatment also includes multiple passes, so you don’t do it just once, you do it four times. Due to the multiple passes, there is extreme potential to leave people red, raw, and sensitive. The potential irritation this can cause could even worsen existing skin conditions and cause lasting damage.
The problem with dermaplaning is that the treatment needs to be repeated at least once a week. Repeated shaving of the skin barrier will damage the epidermis and worsen the symptoms of acne. Any physical penetration deep into the skin may also alter the pigmentation, which helps to accelerate the signs of aging.
Deep facial peels
Medium and deep chemical peels can lead to premature skin aging. Regular use will thin the skin and cause it to sag, giving patients a much older appearance. The deeper you exfoliate the skin, the more damage you cause. When you descend this deep into the dermis, you pass your stem cell layer and reach the skin’s collagen stores. Penetrating this depth damages the collagen in the skin. This temporarily increases collagen production, resulting in temporary cosmetic benefits, but in the long run, the damage far outweighs the benefits.
While microneedling can be an incredible tool in increasing collagen production, when the needles are too long and the procedures performed improperly, it leads to scarring and can increase hyperpigmentation. This is extremely likely on acne prone skin and darker skin tone.
In conclusion, the reason why these treatments have gained popularity is because of the instant results they can produce. However, any changes from treatments with instant results, such as those named above, are temporary. Dermoi Scientific Director Eve Casha has found that while these treatments may seem to improve symptoms of your skin condition, they do nothing to address the root cause.
The moment you stop using any instant result skin care products or treatments, the problem you had in the first place will reappear. More often than not, the problem will come back much worse than before.
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