Microdermabrasion is a popular non-invasive cosmetic procedure that exfoliates the superficial layers of the skin. Over time, factors such as environmental elements, aging, acne, enlarged pores, genetics and sun damage can all play a role in the development of facial wrinkles and rough skin texture. A microdermabrasion treatment is ideal for the face, neck and décolleté but can also be done on other areas of the body. Exfoliating the superficial layers of the skin helps to reveal a younger, smoother and healthier-looking complexion.

WHO IS A CANDIDATE FOR A MICRODERMABRAISON PROCEDURE

If you currently experience any of the following skin concerns a microdermabrasion may be a great choice for you;

Acne Scarring
Clogged Pores and Blackheads
Dull or Dry Patches
Fine Lines
Large Pores
Rough, Thick or Dry Skin
Skin Texture
Sun Spots/photo aging
Uneven Skin tone

WHAT CAUSES PHOTO AGING (SUN DAMAGE)

The epidermis, also known as the outer layer of skin, is the body’s primary defense against environmental factors, and sustains the most damage from the sun. Photo aging occurs when ultraviolet light from the sun or tanning beds damage the skin’s structure. The effects of sun damage results in textured skin, wrinkles, pigmentation, decreased elasticity, blotchiness etc. Photo aging also affects the dermis which is almost entirely made of collagen and elastin fibers. These fibers form a system that provides the skin with structure, support, and elasticity. As this system of fibers breaks down, the skin loses its elasticity and firmness.

HOW MICRODERMABRASION WORKS

During the procedure, a microdermabrasion tool also known as a wand is used to lightly “sandblast” dead skin cells off the top layer of skin. Dead skin cells and oil build up are picked up altogether with vacuum suction. Resulting in clean, clear, replenished skin.

RESULTS

As the new cells are revealed your skin will have improved texture and overall appearance. It is advised to complete approximately four to six treatments, depending on the severity of skin damage. It is recommended to do the treatment every two weeks, then reduce to once a month to maintain results. Microdermabrasion is a quick and effective treatment to reduce superficial skin damage, leaving you more confident with a fresh, more youthful appearance.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is microdermabrasion?
Microdermabrasion is a skin  exfoliating and refreshing treatment that gently removes superficial layers of the skin to improve skin skin tone and texture.
What can be treated with microdermabrasion?
Microdermabrasion can be used to improve the appearance of acne Scarring, Clogged pores and Blackheads, Dull or Dry Patches, Fine Lines, Large Pores, Rough, Thick or Dry Skin, Skin Texture, Sun Spots/photo aging and Uneven skin tone
What areas of the body can be treated with microdermabrasion?
Microdermabrasion is most commonly used to treat the face and neck however it can be used on other parts of the body.
What should I do to prepare for a microdermabrasion treatment?
No preparation is needed before a microdermabrasion, however, depending on your individual needs your specialist may recommend products to be used prior to your treatment to prep your skin.
What does a microdermabrasion treatment do ?
A microdermabrasion treatment exfoliates the superficial layers of the skin and helps to reveal a younger, smoother and healthier-looking complexion.
How long will a microdermabrasion treatment take?
A microdermabrasion is completed during a 30 to 45 minute appointment depending on the area being treated.
How does the microdermabrasion treatment work?
During the treatment, a microdermabrasion tool also known as a wand is used to lightly “sandblast” dead skin cells off the top layer of skin. Dead skin cells and oil build up are picked up altogether with vacuum suction.
What can I expect during a microdermabrasion treatment?
The microdermabrasion treatment is performed in five steps. Step 1 is a skin analysis, step 2 is cleansing to remove impurities on the skin's surface. Step 3 is the exfoliation (microdermabrasion) followed by step 4 which is a mask used to hydrate and replenish the skin. In the final step Moisturizers and SPF will be applied to nourish and protect the skin.
How many microdermabrasion treatments will I need? How many treatments are recommended?
The number of treatments needed will depend on your current skin condition and the goal you are looking to achieve.
What is “social” downtime after a microdermabrasion?
A microdermabrasion has zero down time, you can return to your daily activities immediately after. We suggest limiting sun exposure and wearing sun protection.
What can I expect after a microdermabrasion?
After a microdermabrasion skin may appear flushed for a few hours post treatment but that will subside, you may also experience very light dryness and slight peeling a few days after.
Can a microdermabrasion be part of combination therapy treatment?
A microdermabrasion can be done alone or in combination with other cosmetic procedures such as laser acne, laser rejuvenation, photo rejuvenation and laser genesis.
What are the intervals in between microdermabrasion treatments?
A microdermabrasion treatment can be performed once every three weeks.
When will I see the results of a microdermabrasion and when can I apply makeup?
Results of a microdermabrasion treatment are most noticeable by day 3 or 4 and you can resume wearing makeup the day after your appointment.
Microdermabrasion is a skin  exfoliating and refreshing treatment that gently removes superficial layers of the skin to improve skin skin tone and texture.

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