It acts as a dead skin remover, but its transformative capabilities may not be as impressive as they seem at first glance. In fact, microdermabrasion can cause lasting damage to the skin. After dermabrasion, the treated skin will be red and swollen. The swelling will start to subside in a few days or a week, but it can last for weeks or even months.
The procedure is not invasive, but it can cause side effects. These include burning, stinging, and swelling, as well as increased sensitivity to sunlight.