Microdermabrasion, Exfoliation Treatment.
As we age, the automatic process of exfoliation and cell renewal slows down. Not exfoliating the skin correctly, can lead to a dull lifeless complexion.
A Microdermabrasion is a noninvasive, skin resurfacing procedure. It will gently exfoliates or polishes away the top layer of dead skin cells, while stimulating collagen growth, to reveal healthy new skin that looks and feels smoother. Fine lines, blemishes, dull skin and sun spots can be improved, especially with regular treatments. Products such as moisturizers, creams and lotions are more easily absorbed and therefore more effective after a microdermabrasion treatment.
This is a painless, low-risk skin treatment that can be added to your beauty routine.
When to Consider a microdermabrasion
- If you want to brighten your skin and have a healthy glow.
- If you have sun damage, acne scars, or fine lines.
- If your pores are clogged and you often have blackheads and/or whiteheads.
- If you want to maintain healthy, clear skin.
Although even a single treatment of microdermabrasion will leave you noticing the difference immediately, for the best results you should consider multiple treatments.
The benefits of ongoing treatment include:
You will not have to worry any more about clogged pores because ongoing microdermabrasion treatment will clean out pores to leave your skin smoother and healthier.
New Skin Cells:
When a microdermabrasion facial becomes a regular treatment, your skin cells will be replaced with new, healthy ones which will make your skin look and feel better.
You will be able to enjoy much smoother skin which is free from blemishes and fine lines when you take advantage of multiple treatments.
If you suffer from acne scarring then a regular microdermabrasion facial treatment can significantly help to reduce the appearance of scarring.
How is a microdermabrasion procedure performed?
Your microdermabrasion treatment will be performed by a licensed skincare professional.
For this type of microdermabrasion, a handpiece emits crystals onto the surface of the skin, resulting in a gentle abrasion or “polishing” process. Then the dead skin cells along with the crystals are suctioned off either instantaneously (in the same handpiece) or in a secondary process.