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Exfoliation : Microdermabrasion is a way of mechanically exfoliating the dead skin from the surface of your skin while using suction to remove debris from the pores. A "sandblasting technique using a spray of aluminum crystals is the most popular method, but crystal free methods using fine diamond dust embedded into a want is a better alternative. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Let me explain: In dermatology, an abrasion is a wound caused by superficial damage to the skin, no deeper than the epidermis. It is less severe than a laceration, and bleeding, if present, is minimal. Mild abrasions, also known as grazes or scrapes, do not scar or bleed, but deep abrasions may lead to the formation of scar tissue. A more traumatic abrasion that removes all layers of skin is called an avulsion. ...Read more
Yes: An abrasion is covered with fibrin and there's probably no terrible microbes in the water in any case. Wash it clean after you get out to remove the particulate matter. Soap and water are better friends for you right now than any "disinfectant". Don't let a little scrape stop you from doing what you can enjoy safely. ...Read more
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