Vacubrasion

SkinVAC

What is Vacubrasion?

SkinVac MD is the newest technology in professional grade microdermabrasion. It is the strongest home unit available, on the market with the best price. SkinVac MD is all natural, chemical-free, crystal-free, and has undergone no animal testing. It is vegan friendly, and green compatible with no disposables. Best of all, SkinVac parts are all interchangeable and can be used with any home vacuum ( Hoover, Eureka, Stanley) that have a standard 1 1/4 inch round hose. Skin Vac is a very exciting brand new product launched in mid 2012, and already a winner of many accolades at professional US beauty and spa trade shows.

Skinvac by VacubrasionTM is the first, patent pending professional grade microdermabrasion system offering 100% crystal free, natural diamond exfoliation at a new launch price less than the cost of one average microdermabrasion session.

Vacubrasion is a novel home-use, microdermabrasion machine. This new device easily helps everyone access microdermabrasion at home without buying expensive machines or equipment. Vacubrasion new at-home microdermabrasion kits can provide the same or better depth of skin abrasion and remove dead skin cells like professional microdermabrasion. Vacubrasion uses very fine diamond abrasive particles and gentle suction to achieve skin smoothening and gentle exfoliation.

It is a good quality microdermabrasion type machine and a potentially good investment for those with acne or mild signs of skin aging.

SkinVAC’s patent pending technology was co-developed through the collaborative efforts of physicians and an aerospace engineer. SkinVAC permits wet and dry microdermabrasion using 2 sterilizeable and multi-use stainless steel tips and a universal air flow regulator. There are no consumables or replacement tips required with Skinvac. Head to head U.S. clinical trials by Board Certified Dermatologists showed Skinvac was comparable in suction and clinical efficacy to market professional microdermabrasion machines costing more than 100 times SkinVAC’s price.

How much does Vacubrasion cost?

Vacubrasion will cost under $50. It is a robust device with little to no upkeep and no maintenance costs. It is a good quality microdermabrasion type machine and a potentially good investment for those with acne or mild signs of skin aging. (Contact and information available at zitzucker.com)

How is Vacubrasion less expensive than microdermabrasion creams?

Many microdermabrasion at-home creams cost $10-$95, which usually provides about 20-30 treatments, while some can be over $100. Once the jar is used up, so is your initial investment. These microdermabrasion creams often use the aluminum oxide crystals or other sand-like fine debris to help manually exfoliate the skin. Multiple vendors, including L’Oréal, offer a microdermabrasion cream kit for average of $10-$30.

How is Vacubrasion less expensive than other home microdermabrasion machines?

Vacubrasion costs less than $50. It is made of durable stainless steel parts that need no to little upkeep and can be peridically rinsed off in the sink or cleaned with alcohol wipes. Vacubrasion does not require expensive machines that break easily and require purchasing extra parts and filters. Mini home microdermabrasion units are sold commercially and retail from $150-$350. These microderm units are typically much weaker than vacubrasion and not as affordable. The novel home microdermabrasion unit called vacubrasion will be affordable and readily available to everyone. (More information regarding availability at zitzucker.com)

What are some advantages and benefits of Vacubrasion?

Vacubrasion can help gently and naturally remove the outermost layer of dead skin cells and help stimulate skin rejuvenation. Vacubrasion does not use any chemicals or needles.

Advantages of microdermabrasion systems include:

  • No needles
  • No pain
  • No chemicals
  • Soften the appearance of fine lines
  • Decrease appearance of more superficial scars
  • Soften signs of sun damage (photoaging)
  • No Downtime
  • Instant results

Current home microdermabrasion systems like NuBrilliance, Crystal Lift, Diamond peel, and many others are available at costs typically over $200. Many of the systems like NuBrilliance require extra upkeep costs, monthly expenses for consumables like tips, and may lose their suction gradually. CrystalLift as seen on the TV show The Doctors requires expensive crystals and also is a less powerful device. None of the currently available devices permit use on oily and dry skin.

Skinvac by VacubrasionTM has no consumables, replacement parts, or monthly crystal costs. For more information on SKinvac by Vacubrasion, visit http://skinvacmd.com/