Microdermabrasion can be performed by a doctor, nurse, or licensed esthetician. The area most commonly treated is the face, but it can also be used effectively on the neck, hands and chest. Lisa Sodolak is the marketing director of Trophy Skin, manufacturer of the MicrodermMD home microdermabrasion system, the LaBelle ultrasonic skin spatula, the RejuvaliteMD home photofacial device, and a full line of home skin care devices. Lisa achieves excellent results with Trophy Skin tools and works daily with customers helping them to find the right solutions and get the best results with their home skincare treatments.
Lisa resides in Frisco, Texas with her husband of 22 years, two teenage children and two adorable KCCS dogs. Microdermabrasion can exfoliate the skin, reduce signs of aging and make the skin look more even. The procedure is safe for all skin types. The power adapter for ALL microdermabrasion machines operates on 100 to 240 volts, so wherever you plan to go, you can be sure that you'll be able to use your device.
Older versions of microdermabrasion machines used loose crystals to rub against the skin, but it's not safe to do it at home alone. It protects the suction machine from overwork and helps prevent dirt from clogging the machine.