A skin microdermabrading device used by trophy wife porn stars could have been a potential cure for a disease that affects tens of thousands of people worldwide.
The new technology uses tiny microdents in the skin to help the body repair itself when it is injured.
The device is used by the trophy wife industry to remove the skin from the lips and anus of porn stars.
The procedure has become so popular that it has been marketed as a way to cure oral herpes.
The new device uses tiny Microdent technology.
This technology uses microdent particles that are embedded in the outermost layer of the skin, called the dermis.
A person with herpes who has been infected with the virus and who has a history of microdenting their lips and cheeks could then recover from the condition, researchers from Johns Hopkins University told Fox News.
“Microdermation is an incredibly exciting new technology that could potentially reduce the transmission of the virus to the lips or anus of an infected person,” the researchers wrote in the journal Nature Communications.
They said the technique is also a cheap way to help treat people with oral herpes, which is the most common oral infection.
Microdermal therapy is one of the few treatments that does not require any needles, the researchers said.
Other researchers, however, have warned that the device could be used by people with herpes and other oral cancers, and even to treat cancer of the prostate.
In addition to being used to treat oral herpes and cancer, it could be applied to other diseases, including a number of skin conditions.
“Microdent surgery is often used for cosmetic skin modification,” the team wrote.
However, in the study, the team noted that, “the skin microding of the face is often difficult to control, especially for young children who cannot fully grasp the tools.”
Microdents are typically injected into the skin using a needle, and the device can then be used to make tiny holes in the flesh.
Once in place, the holes are filled with a solution of a liquid electrolyte and then removed with a special brush.
If a person has a severe allergy to the electrolyte solution, they can also use the device.
But the device is not cheap, and its price tag has prompted some to question its safety.
Last year, researchers at the University of Colorado Medical Center published a study in the medical journal Dermatology that found some of the microdenture-based treatments used to cure HIV-infected skin cancers had an increased risk of side effects including inflammation and infections.
At the time, researchers said the devices were too expensive to make in the U.S. because of the cost of developing the products and manufacturing them, and they also noted that they were being used for medical purposes.
As for the technology being used by celebrity porn stars, they have previously stated that the devices could potentially be used for “personal care,” but have not said if the devices are used for genital cosmetic use.
Earlier this month, former reality TV star Christy Mack revealed that she had received microdermal surgery for genital blemishes.
Her condition is caused by the herpes simplex virus.
She told People magazine, “I’m a super lucky woman, I have no regrets.”
In the meantime, the research has been welcomed by some researchers.
According to The New York Times, the procedure could be a promising alternative to surgical removal of the affected tissue.
It is also possible that the microdermic technology could one day be used in the treatment of oral herpes or cancer, although the technology’s safety is still being evaluated, according to the Times.
Although the technique may not be a cure for oral herpes disease, it is promising for other conditions, including the treatment for oral and pharyngeal cancers, the authors wrote.