I had a very deplorable experience of mechanical cleansing of the face, in the cabin I was brought some kind of disease. After treatment for six months, inflammation has finally passed. The question arose how to clean the skin now?
I tried several options: ultrasonic and vacuum face cleaning. I want to tell you about the last one.
As usual, I first went to the beautician and listened to eulogies. In fact, what worried me most was how safe it was? What should skin look like before the procedure? How will she look after cleaning?
Beautician very pleased. She said that vacuum cleaning of the face virtually eliminates infection, since the tube of the device even during the procedure is treated several times with solutions.
But there is one thing. If there are inflammations, red spots and sores on the skin, the vacuum can spread this infection into neighboring pores, and the irritation on the face will intensify.
So I got the answer to my second question: the skin should look healthy before the procedure. And, with proper cleaning, it will remain so: without edema, swelling and redness.
How was it
As with any cleaning, the skin was first cleansed with cosmetics. Then put a mask that opens the pores. And proceeded directly to vacuum cleaning.
I was preparing to hurt me, but the procedure seemed quite comfortable. Approximately 15 minutes with a tube that sucks up grease, dirt, toxins from open pores, a beautician drove across the face (vacuum cleaner principle). Periodically, she washed the nozzles with hydrogen peroxide. Very carefully handled the T-zone. Then she put on a mask that narrows the pores, and let go back home.
Along the way, I found out that vacuum cleaning is not suitable for any skin. And it turns out that it is rare that she came to me.
The fact is that for dry skin, vacuum is generally not recommended. Skin with deep pollution, he can not 100% help. Inflamed skin is not safe. And only healthy sensitive and oily can be subjected to vacuum processing. And oily skin, as we know, is rarely hassle-free.
Naturally, I was worried about how often the procedure should be done. Although it is inexpensive (10-20 dollars), you need to know how much money to save for a month. The specialist also pleased me here: the procedure is done once a month for oily skin, and once every 2 months for sensitive skin, which is quite normal and budget.
I think I’ll go again.
Did you do vacuum cleaning of the face?