What is microdermabrasion?
Microdermabrasion is a non-chemical and non-invasive process by which dead skin cells on the skin’s surface is removed to reveal healthy, fresh skin cells. This innovative skin rejuvenation treatment refines skin texture, unclogs pores and brightens dull skin. This treatment is typically done on the face, chest, neck and hands. This process also activates collagen fibers and will improve the appearance of stretch marks, pigmentation, the appearance of wrinkles and age spots, and treating rosacea.
Our trained skin professionals
Our signature Microdermabrasion treatment is performed with a wet-diamond microderm. We use the Hydrafacial wand with it’s patented vortex-fusion to create a light suction, to remove:
- Skin debris
- Sun damage
- Age spots
- Acne scars
- Rough texture
What can microdermabrasion do for me?
If the goal is to get rid of superficial acne scars, blotchy skin, large pores, age or sun spots, fine wrinkles or uneven skin tone and texture, you are a perfect candidate for microdermabrasion. All skin types and colors can be treated with microdermabrasion. However, talk to a specialist about your medical history because there are conditions such as Rosacea which may make microdermabrasion unsuitable for you.
Microdermabrasion helps reduce fine lines and wrinkles, fight acne and remove acne scarring, even skin tone, diminish white and black heads, minimize large pores and revitalize dull skin. Microdermabrasion helps skin regeneration by increasing its elasticity and collagen production. The skin looks fresh and feels smooth as soon as treatment is over. With microdermabrasion, there is no recovery time and no discomfort.
Your skin care specialist will give you a rough idea of the number of microdermabrasion treatments needed for best results. Major changes are obvious after the fifth session, even though most patients say they observed improvements after the first two. Generally 6 to 8 microdermabrasion treatments, scheduled around two to three weeks apart are recommended so the skin has time to recover between sessions. After the recommended number of sessions, you may have to schedule another microderm once every two or three months, to maintain the effects.
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