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About Microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion uses mechanical exfoliation, meaning that it removes dull, dead skin cells and brings younger, brighter cells to the surface.

A trained skin specialist will first clean the treatment area and then use a medical-grade microdermabrasion machine to complete the procedure. No anesthesia is necessary. This treatment is commonly used on the face, neck, and hands to decrease sun damage, fine lines, wrinkles, enlarged pores, and other imperfections, and the best part is that there is little to no recovery time.*

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Microdermabrasion Treatment Duration And Downtime
Each microdermabrasion session lasts about 60 minutes, and it is performed right here in our facilities by a trained and experienced skin care technician.

You may notice redness and sensitivity after your microdermabrasion treatment. Avoid applying harsh treatment products to your skin and wash with unscented soap until your skin has healed. Most effects will have faded within a day or two.

Typical Results After Microdermabrasion

The microdermabrasion treatment provides a physical exfoliation, which is key to stimulating an increase in collagen production and rejuvenation. In effect, it provides each patient with dramatic improvements in the tone, texture, and color of their skin.

And while many patients see improvements after just one treatment, the best results are achieved through a series of treatments and a proper at-home skincare regimen.

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Ideal Candidate For Microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion effectively treats age spots, sun-damaged skin, small scars, surface acne, enlarged pores, and dark pigmentation. So if you are suffering from any of these imperfections, you may be a perfect candidate.* Microdermabrasion is not, however, a cure for heavily damaged skin.

If you have active acne, warts or rosacea, if you’ve had a recent herpes outbreak, or if you have unstable diabetes or other auto-immune system disorders, this may not be the treatment for you. Your doctor will discuss your medical history with you during your initial consultation.

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