Updated January, 2020.
Everyone who had successfully braved the battle of a pimply past know that having acne is not such a bad thing. Yes, that is true. Because little did you know, after the weird phase of disastrous acne breakouts, an even more horrifying experience is lurking around the corner.
Acne scars are worse than having acne itself. Curing acne is easier because of a wide array of solutions to address it like facial cleansers, over-the-counter acne medications, blue light therapy, diet modification or hormonal therapy. In a matter of days or weeks, your acne will dry up and heal but then, if you get acne scars, that’s a completely different story.
Acne scarring might be more of a cosmetic problem but it has led to depression and negative self-worth. Those who suffer from acne scars are in the constant lookout for the next best thing to have it fixed and it may take years of unwavering effort. People resort to a lot of homemade experiments, hopefully wishing that they could whip up something to erase acne scars. Those who can afford in-office treatments shell out a lot of money to get it fixed. Some people use chemical peeling solution and risk burning their skin and endure the pain just so they can peel their acne scars away. Those who have the talent in make-up application perfect their game just so they can cover up these unsightly battle-marks.
Microdermabrasion is a method used in most esthetic clinics to buff away rough skin. It uses suction and diamond-tipped exfoliation to get rid of the dead layers of skin to reveal fresh, new skin. Every time you have it done, you are buffing away the dark pigmentation that scars leave on your skin. If you have pitted scars, you get closer and closer to flattening the area of your skin to even out the craters that your acne has left you. Also, microdermabrasion produces a perfect surface for topical scar gels to be fully absorbed into the skin.
Having microdermabrasion hastens the cell turnover rate to even out your skin. The faster the cell turnover rate, the quicker it is that you renew your skin and slough the scars off. However, this is not an overnight process. It may take weeks or months to even out your skin and get rid of the scars. Even with in-office treatments, it is recommended to have several sessions to get noticeable results. The problem is, in-office treatments can cost an arm and a leg. Normally, it’s around $100-$150 per session. If you can afford such treatments, well and good but let’s be real, not everyone can shell out that much.
Why Trophy Skin?
Trophy Skin has offered real solutions to real skin problems. Why spend thousands of dollars in aesthetic clinics when you can achieve the same results at the comforts of your own home, less the outrageous cost? Trophy Skin’s at-home microdermabrasion devices range from $99-$299. It comes with a full-pledge microdermabrasion system that works as well as in-office machines.
MicrodermMD is equipped with an “Auto-Mode” for easy-to-follow treatment procedure, even a newbie can operate. RejuvadermMD and MiniMD are portable microdermabrasion devices that are also available for people who are constantly on-the-go.
Trophy Skin offers low cost to sustain microdermabrasion treatments. The diamond tips are guaranteed to last 6 months to 1 year, depending on use. You can also buy refill wool filters for a very low price. The machines have varied warranty periods ranging from 6 months up to 3 years, making sure that you get to enjoy your device and maximize its use.
If you are serious about getting rid of your acne scars, investing in an at-home microdermabrasion is the best thing that you can give to yourself. Aside from erasing the scars, you also get other benefits such as minimizing fine lines and wrinkles, lightening hyperpigmentation, decongesting clogged pores, reducing skin bumps caused by keratosis pilaris, and improving the overall look and feel of your skin.
You can use your device 2-3 times a week and reveal great looking skin.
Post updated for 2019.