Good skin starts at the cellular level, and Microdermabrasion is one of the most popular, time-proven methods of consistent skin care that dramatically improve skin tone and texture  Microdermabrasion is used to treat a variety of skin conditions including acne, stretch marks, acne scars, age spots, enlarged pores, wrinkles, or rosacea, and that’s just the beginning.

Microdermabrasion is one of the most effective ways to maintain healthy skin that feels as good as it looks. For those struggling with mild to moderate acne, Microdermabrasion can be a monthly preventative treatment that is worth every penny.

What to Expect from Treatment:

  • Skin that has a fresh radiant glow
  • Softer, smoother, more even-textured skin
  • Refined open pores and congested skins
  • Improved blemishes and more rapid healing
  • Scar blending and scar improvement
  • Lightened sun damage
  • More youthful, vibrant looking skin
  • Fine lines become diminished
  • Wrinkles can become finer

Microdermabrasion Side Effects:

So what to do immediately after the treatment? Right after microdermabrasion, the treated skin becomes reddish or pinkish in color. This reaction is a temporary reaction which disappears in no time. Skin itch can also occur but is temporary as well. Try to avoid exposing your skin from sunlight. Avoid excessive perspiration, hot water cleansing, and heavy make-up.

Length of Microdermabrasion Results:

The duration of your Microdermabrasion results should be fairly long lasting, but depends on the severity of the skin damage and the number of treatments received.

Microdermabrasion Recovery Time:

There is no recovery time from Microdermabrasion; you can expect to resume your normal activities following your treatment.

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