Microdermabrasion is a minimally invasive procedure used to renew overall skin tone and texture. It can improve the appearance of sun damage, wrinkles, fine lines, age spots, acne scarring, and other skin-related concerns and conditions.
The procedure uses a special applicator with an abrasive surface to gently sand away the thick outer layer of the skin to rejuvenate it.
Microdermabrasion is considered a safe procedure for most skin types and colors. The effectiveness of this complete facial is due to the use of formulated active serums, moisturizers and masks perfectly adapted to your skin type and needs after a vacuum-based skin abrasion tip.
During this facial, after removes dead skin cells and impurities, extractions can be performed continue with antioxidant serums applications, masks and moisturizers.
For the best results can be combined with other skin therapies for advanced treatment such as Led Light and Oxygen Therapy. A series of skin treatments bring the best results, maintenance treatment is needed once a month.
Microdermabrasion is the perfect option if you have the following skin concerns: fine lines and wrinkles, enlarged pores and blackheads, acne scars, stretch marks, dull-looking skin complexion, uneven skin tone and texture
What to expect after microdermabrasion
There is little to no downtime after microdermabrasion. You should be able to resume your daily activities immediately.
You can expect to see noticeable results immediately after the procedure. The number of microdermabrasion sessions needed will depend on the severity of your skin concerns as well as your expectations.
Contraindications for Microdermabrasion:
Moderate to severe inflammatory acne, rosacea, cold sore breakout, a rash, wound, or other skin irritation, you’re using topical retinoids, or you are prone to keloid scars.
In case you have taken the acne medicine (aka isotretinoin) in the past 6 months may need to wait before having microdermabrasion, because of an increased risk of complications such as scarring
Do not use Retin-A or other exfoliating creams 24 to 72 hours (1 to 3 days) prior to your treatment. • Avoid sun tanning or tanning creams/sprays for at least a week before treatment. You must NOT have recently had laser surgery or any other exfoliation procedures like a chemical peel. Other skin procedures, such as injections, should wait two to three weeks before undergoing microdermabrasion. Also, you should also refrain from waxing or tanning the skin to be treated for a few weeks prior to microdermabrasion treatment.
Other contraindications: pregnancy and breastfeeding, active cancer, sensory disturbances, metal implants in the area of the procedure, pacemaker, epilepsy.