Your Skin
Your skin has two layers. The Epidermis and the Dermis. Our product only treats the Epidermis or top layer of the skin. The treatments will heal completely.
 There are two main layers of skin:
 
The Subcutaneous layer is the fatty
layer  underneath the skin.

 Skin discolorations such as age spots
 and freckles are located in the Epidermis.
 As we age the Epidermis becomes thinner.

Your skin has two layers. The Epidermis and the Dermis. Our product only treats the Epidermis or top layer of the skin. The treatments will heal completely.
Epidermis
This is the outermost layer. In most parts of the body the Epidermis is about 0.1 mm thick. The main skin cell that makes up the Epidermis is called the keratinocyte, named because it produces a tough protein called keratin. It gives skin much of its resistance to physical wear and tear and makes skin waterproof.
 
Dermis
The Dermis lies immediately underneath the Epidermis and is about four times thicker. It contains numerous specialized supporting tissues, hair, sweat glands, as well as collagen and elastin which give it strength and flexibility. 



 There are two main layers of skin:
 
The Subcutaneous layer is the fatty
layer  underneath the skin.

 Skin discolorations such as age spots
 and freckles are located in the Epidermis.
 As we age the Epidermis becomes thinner.

Epidermis
Dermis
Epidermis
Dermis
Free of Blemishes permanently removes blemishes on top and beneath the skin. It will not harm hair follicles, sweat glands or supporting tissue in the Dermis (middle) layer of the skin.

                                   Personal Safety Concerns and your first treatment

For some the thought of removing their own facial blemishes may cause concern, especially for those who have never had a blemish removed by a Dermatologist. Being a bit wary is a common emotion for first time users. However, all concern soon turn to joy when the blemish is completely removed.
We suggest you start with one blemish. Never treat more than one blemish for your first treatment. This will give you some experience using our product. Only when that blemish is removed should you consider treating more than one blemish at one time.

Epidermis
This is the outermost layer. In most parts of the body the Epidermis is about 0.1 mm thick. The main skin cell that makes up the Epidermis is called the keratinocyte, named because it produces a tough protein called keratin. It gives skin much of its resistance to physical wear and tear and makes skin waterproof.
 
Dermis
The Dermis lies immediately underneath the Epidermis and is about four times thicker. It contains numerous specialized supporting tissues, hair, sweat glands, as well as collagen and elastin which give it strength and flexibility. 



Select the blemish you want to remove
Free of Blemishes removes blemishes
top and beneath the skin. It will not hare hair follicles, sweat glands or supporting tissue in the Dermis (middle) layer of the skin.

Personal Safety Concerns
and your first treatment

For some the thought of removing their own facial blemishes may cause concern, especially for those who have never had a blemish removed by a Dermatologist. Being a bit wary is a common emotion for first time users. However, all concern soon turn to joy when the blemish is completely removed.
We suggest you start with one blemish. Never treat more than one blemish for your first treatment. This will give you some experience using our product. Only when that blemish is removed should you consider treating more than one blemish at one time.

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