WHITE TIP: A White Tip is the fine diamond tip. A White is preferred if a deep vacuuming of the skin is important to the treatment too. Gently remove dead skin, cell by cell, the White Tip will gradually take the Stratum Corneum down. It is a gentle treatment that requires a minimum of 20 passes over the same area to achieve a softness. 20+ passes means the skin will also be vacuumed deeply. USE ON FINE & ALL SKIN TYPES.
YELLOW TIP: A Yellow Tip is the medium diamond tip. A Yellow is used if the skin has a thicker layer. The Yellow allows a good vacuuming of the skin. The Yellow Tip quickly removes dead skin, cell by cell, the Yellow Tip will take the Stratum Corneum down quicker than the White Tip. Slightly more aggressive and less gentle for the client. It requires less passes, which means less vacuuming. A minimum of 10 passes over the same area to achieve a softness. 10+ passes means the skin will also be vacuumed well. USE ON COMBINATION / OILY / ACNE SKIN
ORANGE TIP: An Orange Tip is the coarse diamond tip. An Orange Tip is preferred if vacuuming of the skin is not as essential to the treatment but rather a deep exfoliation. Remove dead skin, quickly, with less passes. The Orange Tip will quickly take the Stratum Corneum down. It is a coarse treatment that requires a maximum of 10 passes over the same area to achieve a softness. <10 passes means the skin will also be lightly vacuumed but aggressively exfoliated. USE ON TOUGH SKIN.
NOTE: AVOID ORANGE TIP ON A FITZPATRICK 4 - 6. AS SCRATCHING CAN LEAD TO POST INFLAMMATORY HYPERPIGMENTATION.
PURPLE TIP: A Purple Tip is the very coarse diamond tip. USE ON CAUTION
GREEN TIP: A Green Tip is a very rough diamond tip. It often creates bleeding. Creating a dermabrasion (as opposed to microdermabrasion) treatment. USE WITH EXTREME CAUTION