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a mechanical How to Remove Stretch Marks device. The Microdermabrasion acne machine is used first to clean the skin and peel out the dead cells’ layer. In doing that it clears out the blocked pores. The machine works on the same principle as a vacuum cleaner. The Microdermabrasion treatment is similar to rather gently vacuuming your skin as opposed to the cutting action of invasive surgery. The second How to Get Rid of Stretch Marks Natural phase of the process is spraying the skin with an aluminum oxide. This spray eliminates the outer layer of dead skin cells.The Microdermabrasion treatment works in two ways:1.It heals already existing acne by cleaning the pores;2.Then by eliminating the dead skin cells’ layer, it prevents pimples from appearing. Pimples are most often caused by dead skin cells that clog the skin’s pores. When you eliminate the dead skin cells the chance of having pimples is greatly decreased.Wait, there’s even more. Microdermabrasion does not only cure acne. A very p

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