Ultrasonic peeling is a very effective procedure, it is a face cleaning using ultrasonic waves. It is successfully used both for oily problem skin and for mature skin that is losing elasticity.
How is ultrasound useful for the skin?
Ultrasonic peeling is also called ultrasound facial cleansing. This is a very gentle procedure for the skin compared to, for example, chemical or mechanical peels. There is no need to destroy the top layer of the skin with chemical reagents, no need to squeeze out all the "unnecessary" from the epidermis. Ultrasonic waves work very gently, and after such a peel, the face looks much better and fresher than before.
After cleaning with ultrasound, the skin of the face looks much better than before. This is the main difference between ultrasonic peeling and chemical or mechanical peeling.
The procedure itself begins with cleansing the face with the help of special means, sometimes cleansing masks, after which a special mixture is applied to the face, which acts as a conductor for ultrasonic waves. During the procedure, the impurities accumulated in the skin are "pushed out" outward, as it were, but the pores after such cleaning tighten very quickly, which is very, very convenient. For example, with "laser" - laser cleaning - for a long time the pores remain open, which is harmful and dangerous, as it provokes the appearance of inflammation and pustules.
For aging skin, ultrasonic peeling is also useful, because for the epidermis it is a kind of "deep massage": the lymph and blood circulation after the procedure is activated, which improves the complexion, the skin breathes better and looks younger and fresher in general. Ultrasonic peeling is especially relevant for rosacea, because the vessels are not damaged at all during the cleaning process.
How and to whom can ultrasonic peeling harm?
There is a myth that ultrasound cleaning has absolutely no contraindications, but this is not the case. For example, for people with hypersensitive skin prone to inflammation, an ultrasonic peel can be a disservice by exacerbating an existing acne problem.
Despite the seeming harmlessness of ultrasonic peeling, like any hardware procedure, it has a number of serious contraindications, among which the main ones are pregnancy, lactation and skin hypersensitivity.
Pregnant women and nursing mothers should also not resort to this procedure in pursuit of beauty. High blood pressure, exacerbation of herpes, the presence of a pacemaker in the body, mental disorders and, in general, any chronic diseases in the relapse phase are serious reasons to refuse ultrasonic peeling.