Hydradermabrasion for Dry Skin: Rejuvenate and Hydrate
Skincare trends and treatments are ever-evolving, catering to specific skin types is essential. For estheticians, spa owners, and skincare specialists, addressing the unique needs of clients with dry skin is a top priority. Fortunately, hydradermabrasion emerges as a game-changer, offering a gentle yet highly effective solution.
In this guide, we'll delve into the world of hydradermabrasion for dry skin, its incredible benefits, and why it should be a staple in your spa or salon.
Quick Overview: Hydradermabrasion Study Findings
Objective: Validate hydradermabrasion for facial rejuvenation and test its effect on skin antioxidant levels.
- 20 women, aged 34-56, split into two groups.
- Group A: Six hydradermabrasion treatments with antioxidant serum.
- Group B: Six manual applications of the same serum.
Measurements: Photos, biopsies, and antioxidant levels before and after treatment.
- Group A: Improved skin thickness, appearance, and antioxidant levels. No side effects.
- Group B: No noticeable changes.
~ Citation: PubMed
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