Deep Dive Pore Cleansing

Using suction to detoxify and unclog pores

 

Deep within our pores, sebum plugs develop. South Korean skin care experts coined the term “pore sucking” to describe water-based pore exfoliation. This procedure provides benefits not seen with traditional exfoliation methods. If you have considered adding liquid microdermabrasion services to your practice, this article is for you!

The human skin pore is a dynamic anatomical element. Pores produce gases, oils and sweat. There are two types of pores. Each hair shaft has a pore called the pilosebaceous unit. The purpose of this pore is to secrete sebaceous oils for skin lubrication. Sweat pores have the function of producing a water and salt mixture for evaporative cooling. Pores are the chimney of toxin release. Detoxification through vapor, water and oil occurs through each pore.

This system of aqua exfoliation provides beauty and detoxification benefits, wrinkle management as well as comedone and sweat bump management.

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Dr. Craig Wenborg
Dr.CWenborg@lne.com

Dr. Craig Wenborg is CEO of SpaSerums™. He originated Oxygen Facial Infusion® and holds the registered service mark. Previous publications include Oxygen Facials, Red Carpet Service or Serious Skin Care and The Esthetic Benefits of Oxygen Skin Care.



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