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Best, Reasonably Priced Microderm Machine 3 Replies

I am looking for a starter machine.  Does anyone have either Bio-Therapeutic, Dermasweep, DermaGlow or Nova machine??  Also, i Microderm still a highly requested service?Many thanks!Continue

Started by Marie Regan. Last reply by Janet Lynn Klein Mar 11, 2015.

Hello, hello and....... 4 Replies

lets get those crystal visions, and diamond shine out of eyes ladies ! ;)Now, I'm about to buy one....soooooooooooooHow about everyone grab a cuppa and sit for second and reveal how they felt and…Continue

Tags: machines, micro, microdermabrasion

Started by Tamara Dooley. Last reply by Tamara Dooley Mar 9, 2014.

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I'm adding Microderm to my menu -Wondering what kind of protocols you guys have/ treatment times/ prices you guys offer.I'm wanting to do a short session- microderm face only (client doesn't undress,…Continue

Started by Ginger. Last reply by Ally Draizin Mar 4, 2014.

Peel then Micro OR Micro then peel??? 15 Replies

I've seen a lot of comments about people doing a peel/micro combo. Can anyone give feedback on doing this combination please? Does anyone prefer to do the peel first or the micro first and what are…Continue

Started by Laura Amos. Last reply by Keli R Shirey Mar 3, 2014.

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Comment by Millie Hanson on March 1, 2014 at 10:58pm

Hi, I'm setting up a treatment room and am wondering which diamond microdermabrasion machines are the best, and at the best value. I'm only looking to spend around $1000 maximum. Thanks!

Comment by yardley on May 14, 2013 at 1:41pm
hello all! can anyone share a good facial protocol using microdermabrasion. I use ima skincare btw!
Comment by isabel dassinger on May 13, 2013 at 7:52am

We do steam before microdermabrasion and vary time and intensity by the skin type.  We don't want to create too much stimulation to the surface if the skin seems ultra sensitive but a bit of steam seem to prepare and soften the skin for the micro.  It is also nice when combining an enzyme peel or any peel that uses the moisture from the steam for activation.

Comment by Nesrin Brecheisen on May 12, 2013 at 6:56pm

Ladies, is there anybody who use steam before microdermabrasion? I just received Skin Script protocol. It was recommending enzyme with steam and then microdermabrasion. I wonder anybody who does that?

Comment by Susan Nathan on February 28, 2013 at 3:05pm

Kathleen,  There is a very effective way to manually perform microdermabrsion which produces terrific results on first use.  Obviously, there is no machine required.  The product used is Nutrifoliant Exfoliating Nutrient Powder with microdermabrasion crystals from Nutrient Skincare.  Nutrifoliant is mixed with a facial cleanser at the point of use then massaged into the skin.  Exfoliates, cleanses and nourishes in just one step.  Truly amazing results.  Samples are available if you would like to receive one.  Let me know.

Susan Nathan, L.E., B.S. Microbiology

Formulator, Nutrient Skincare

Comment by Kathleen A. Morell on February 28, 2013 at 11:46am

Hello everyone, I am new to the group and look forward to some great discussions!

Comment by Katrina Kulm on August 14, 2012 at 5:38pm

Has anybody tried any of the Microdermabrasion machines shown on this website? They're having a class at the Face and Body Show in Oct so I would like some feedback from Esties who have tried them out.

Comment by isabel dassinger on June 21, 2012 at 7:46am

Hi ladies.. In 1998 I was one of the owners at Diamond Systems when microdermabrasion was first introduced and actually wrote the earliest protocols that looked at microdermabrasion as skin care.. not a skin procedure.  This was the beginning of "non-invasive" treatments.   The earlier clinicals noted the fact that microdermabrasion offered the opportunity to perform repetitive treatments... the idea of a series... so skin would have the chance to renew and rejuvenate over a course of treatments.  These clinical studies also noted the suction.. vacuum.. as a great component to the substantial collagen build up in the dermis and the ability to have a powerful cleansing action below skin surface.. essential for acne care.  So controlled suction is a big part of what makes microdermabrasion different.  Surface micros.. including the Diamond Tip... can not give that below surface action with out being overly aggressive to the surface.. but they can be a great add for refining the skin surface.. especially as a preliminary to other treatments.

Comment by Diane Feeney on June 20, 2012 at 5:41pm

Has anyone ever purchased equipment from Spa Manufacturer Direct in California?  If so, did you have good support from the company?  Would appreciate any feedback.  Thanks!

Comment by Steve Weiner on January 20, 2012 at 10:24am

I would be happy to speak with anyone regarding microderm, both crystal and crystaless.  I can guide you on the right machines, and the advantages and disadvantages of both.  I have trained over 300 offices on microderm, and am a aesthetician from Florida, now living in Denver.  My wife and I own a wellness center and spa, and are now opening up a second center as well.

Please email me with a phone if you are interested in discussing this or LED Light, microcurrent or teeth whitening.



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