Micro vs Hydra: is either one better than the other?

When it comes to exfoliation, water can deliver the same grade of results that abrasive treatments can and in most cases, with a better outcome and fewer side effects. So what exactly is the difference between Hydradermabrasion and Microdermabrasion – and is either one better than the other?

We know that exfoliation is extremely important for your beauty regime and vital to maintaining your skins health, however, with the consistent barrage of pollution, air conditioning, and a variety of other aspects, our skin often needs an extra exfoliating boost.

What is Microdermabrasion?

Microdermabrasion is one of the most popular non-invasive cosmetic treatments to exfoliate the skin and improve skin turn over. In a nutshell, microdermabrasion uses micro-crystals to remove the top layer of dead skin.

It involves the removal of the superficial layers of skin by physically exfoliating them with abrasive tools. During the treatment, tiny diamond/crystal like substances are passed over the skin and suctioned away along with the superficial skin.

The end results from a well performed microdermabrasion, with a high-quality machine are unclogged pores, improved congestion, decreased acne, deeply cleansed and exfoliated skin and a brighter complexion.