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For Use By Trained Professionals

MicroExfoliation treatments like microdermabrasion should be administered by trained aestheticians or beauty professionals. The appropriate length of treatment and number of treatments necessary are dependent on skin type and condition, and should be determined by the practitioner after consulting with a client.

The skin should be ‘polished’, and not broken. Diamond microdermabrasion is a non-invasive skin care treatment that can be completed in a short period of time and without pain. There is no downtime from work or social activities necessary. Client results that are gradual but pronounced, and clients can expect clearer, healthier looking skin both immediately after treatment and in the months following treatment.

Using The DiamondTome Wands

The grit size and the vacuum pressure selected by the beauty professional are what determine the degree of abrasion. The vacuum pressure controls the pressure of the skin against the diamond chipped exfoliation wands.

To achieve rejuvenation of thin skin, practitioners should select the 75-micron wand and use low pressure (i.e. 8 in-hg). To increase the exfoliation, increase the pressure in small increments. For a more aggressive treatment, the 100-micron medium wand should be used. Practitioners should begin with low pressure and slowly increase the pressure until the desired results are achieved.

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Diamond Microdermabrasion Indications

Indications for DiamondTome and Hydro Wand use are based on a reasonable treatment pattern. Six to eight visits spaced two weeks apart are common, with a maintenance treatment every three months.

  • Reduction of minor, early aging fine lines
  • Minor scar revision
  • Sun damage
  • Hyperpigmentation 
  • Acne scarring
  • Rejuvenation of overall skin 
  • Age spots
  • Extraction of blackheads and whiteheads

Diamond Microdermabrasion Contraindications

If the practitioner observes or learns about any of the following, they should not move forward with microdermabrasion, and instead advise the client to seek medical advice from their primary care doctor.

  • Active acne
  • Uncontrolled diabetes
  • Eczema, dermatitis
  • Skin Cancer
  • Viral lesions, Herpes simplex (active), et al.
  • Vascular lesions
  • Use of oral blood thinner 
  • Children, Pregnant or Nursing Persons
  • Tattoo removal
  • Allergy to Nickel

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