No Equipment Needed
This new revolutionary treatment involves manually applying a micro magnesium oxide treatment to the skin in a 5 – 10 minute treatment there by sloughing unwanted dry skin cells to achieve the same or sometimes superior results than those done in a doctors office and at a fraction of the cost. This is the most exciting and revolutionizing skin care treatment introduction since alpha hydroxy and glycolic acids. Manual Dermabrasion is affordable, easy to do, safe and requires virtually no recovery time.
Candidates are anyone who does not want to go through the time, expense, discomfort, long healing times and possible side effects of alternative skin resurfacing treatments such as chemical peels, clinical dermabrasion or laser skin resurfacing.
Skin resurfacing treatments that afflict trauma to the skin and require extensive recovery times, as well as financial demands, have been replaced by microdermabrasion. Microdermabrasion has demonstrated significant results on skin conditions that were up till now untreatable. Although the results from microdermabrasion are ranked as the hottest new source for increased revenues for the esthetics industry it comes with a downside. Equipment startup cost is high and as a result unattainable for many estheticians, and the maintenance required could be challenging for those who are not mechanically inclined.
The introduction of manual dermabrasion provides the benefits of microdermabrasion employing the same technology with the use of magnesium oxide microcrystals without the equipment expense and maintenance. It has the ability too gently yet effectively smooth the epidermis while stimulating blood and lymph flow to nourish and oxygenate at a cellular level. Studies on microdermabrasion have demonstrated an increase in superficial papillary dermal collagen as a result of the healing response of the skin following the treatment.
Manual dermabrasion is the most innovative and effective new skin resurfacing treatment, providing both visible results and profit potential for the esthetics field in quite some time. Manual Dermabrasion can improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, skin tone, blackheads, whiteheads, surface scaring, acneic scaring, superficial pigmentation, aging and sun damaged skin and decongest acneic conditions. Manual dermabrasion is affordable, easy to perform, safe, and requires virtually no recovery time. The depth of the treatment is determined by the pressure exerted and the time of application. For areas of thinner skin less pressure is required.
Following a manual dermabrasion treatment the ability of the epidermis to retain moisture has been diminished and extra hydration is required for 14 days. One of the benefits of manual dermabrasion is the ability of the skin to assimilate treatment products into the skin. Products such as Hyaluronic Acid Serum, Eterna Bella, Peptide Cream and Super Moisturizing Serum + C are able to penetrate the skin providing superior results.
The best results are achieved with a series of 6 treatments spaced one week apart. Maintenance should be done every 2 months.
Manual Dermabrasion Procedure:
Time required for treatment: 30 minutes
Average price of service: $50.00 – $75.00
Cost per treatment: $ .90
Number of treatments per series: 6
Sizes Available: 20 oz. professional
Step 1: Prepare facial chair with blanket, sheet & Pillow. Remove eye makeup & Lipstick with Makeup Remover. Choose appropriate cleansing milk; apply to face and neck. Massage and rinse. Tone with Marine Plasma to remove any residue with a cotton pad.
Step 2: Apply approximately ¼ oz. of dermabrasion cream to the face and neck working the product in circular motion with medium pressure. Use very light pressure on projected areas of the face such as the cheek bones, nose and center of the forehead. Gloves should be worn during application. Be sure to communicate with your client on comfort level and sensation on the skin. Massage for 5 – 7 minutes and as product starts to dry keep massaging and the product will act as a gommage peel. Brush off excess crystals. Remove with cool wet diaper. Be careful not to get crystals in the eyes.
Step 3: Apply cool compress and leave on 1 minute.
Step 4: Apply 1 teaspoon of Soothing Bergamot Gel Mask and leave on for 5 minutes. Wipe off with cool towel.
Step 5: Apply Hyaluronic Acid Serum, Eterna Bella or Peptide Cream or Balancing Cream and Sun Defense immediately following treatment and regular skin care regimen that evening or the following day.
Step 6: Finish with Eye Contour Gel or Ultra Lift Eye Serum.
Recommended Home Care: Lavender or Lemon Milk Cleanser, Marine Plasma, Eterna Bella, Super Moisturizing Serum + C, Eye Contour Gel or Ultra Lift Eye Serum, appropriate day & Night Renewal Cream, Sun Defense.
Contraindications: Active Acne, Retin A, Rosacea, Couperose, newly waxed skin.
Dermabrasion cream Ingredients: Water, grain alcohol and magnesium oxide, caprylic / capric tri glycerides, glycerin, jojoba oil, squalane, cetyl alcohol, corn starch, hydrolyzed lecithin, lauryl alcohol, palmatic acid, pure clover honey, MSM, phytonadione (vitamin K), glyceryl monostearate, potassium lauryl lactylate, retinyl palmitate, hibiscus flower, algae extract, chamomile extract, grapefruit seed extract, oat extract, vitamin E acetate, aloe gel, gum arabic, guar gum, xanthum gum, lavender oil, potassium sorbate, lime essential oil.
1 – 16 oz. Soothing Bergamot Mask, 1 – 20 oz. Dermabrasion Cream, 1 – 2 oz. Sun Defense
(approximately 70 – 90 treatments)
Based on an average service price of $50.00, you will produce $4750.00 to $7125 in service revenue with only 1 Intro package.
Common Questions on Manual Dermabrasion
What is the difference between Manual Dermabrasion and any other type of exfolliant?
Manual Dermabrasion utilizes magnesium oxide crystals with a physical structure that is unlike any of the common exfoliating materials. Typical scrubs are performed using friction that can cause scratching and trauma to the skin where the Manual Dermabrasion crystals require less pressure due to the dense crystal shape and cream base where incisions are made by the crystals eliminating dead skin cells with limited friction and limited recovery time.
Can I add this to my regular facial?
During any skin resurfacing treatment minimal additional stimulation is recommended. A Manual dermabrasion treatment is more profitable than your regular facial because you are charging the same amount as a facial treatment and manual dermabrasion is performed in ½ the time.
How many treatments are required for best results?
Manual dermabrasion should be sold in a series of 6 treatments spaced between 7 and 10 days apart for best results.
The following figures are based on services performed by plastic surgeons and does not include all of the procedures performed by estheticians.
People between the ages of 35 and 50 had the most cosmetic procedures
Microdermabrasion ranks #3 with 1,110,000 procedures performed in 2006 up 113% from the previous year 1/3 performed in New England
The average price per microdermabrasion treatment performed by Physician/Surgeon $198