Microdermabrasion For Face & Body
You might be surprised if you knew how many dead skin cells we walk around with every day. Adding a professional microdermabrasion to your routine will allow you to show off your beautiful, glowing skin. Microdermabrasion is a minimally invasive procedure used to renew overall skin tone and texture. It can improve the appearance of sun damage, acne scarring, age spots, wrinkles, melasma, fine lines, and other skin-related concerns and conditions.
The procedure uses a special diamond-tip applicator with an abrasive surface to gently sand away the thick outer layer of the skin, sloughing off dead skin cells and leaving you with fresh, healthy, glowing skin.
Am I a candidate
Microdermabrasion is considered a safe procedure for most skin types and colors. You might choose to get the treatment if you have the following skin concerns:
• fine lines and wrinkles
• dull-looking skin complexion
• hyperpigmentation, age spots, liver spots and brown spots
• sun damage
• enlarged pores and/or blackheads
• acne and/or acne scars
• stretch marks
• uneven skin tone and texture
Preparing for your procedure
Microdermabrasion is a nonsurgical, minimally invasive procedure. There’s very little you need to do to prepare for it.
Prior to treatment
Avoid sun exposure, tanning creams, and waxing for about a week before treatment. You should also stop using exfoliating harsh chemicals in skincare products approximately 3 days prior to treatment.
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Microdermabrasion treatments are safe and effective for all skin types. At Bio2 Laser Studio, we use a diamond-tip device that won't cause damage to your skin. There is no risk for infection or scarring. Treatment is comfortable and efficient
The answer depends on a few factors, including the type of microdermabrasion treatment used and your skin type. However, most people report seeing noticeable improvement within a few days after undergoing this treatment.
That depends on your individual skin type and needs. You may only need it once every few months, or you may need it more frequently if your skin is particularly dry or acne-prone.
If you're not sure when would be the best time for you to schedule a microdermabrasion treatment, speak with your aesthetician or dermatologist.
After microdermabrasion, you may experience some post-treatment symptoms including redness, dryness, and peeling. There is no need to rinse off after microdermabrasion, but you may want to apply a moisturizer to your skin.
Microdermabrasion is a type of skin care treatment that uses a micro-needle to exfoliate the skin. It has become increasingly popular in recent years as a way to improve the appearance of aging skin .Many people believe that microdermabrasion is good for older skin because it can help reduce the appearance of wrinkles and other signs of aging. However, there is limited scientific evidence to back this up so he jury is still out, but some people swear by the effectiveness of this treatment.
Here are a few things you should avoid: Avoid sun exposure – After microdermabrasion, the top layer of skin is removed, which means that UV radiation can reach deeper into the skin.
This can increase your risk of sun damage and skin cancer. Avoid irritation – Microdermabrasion can cause temporary skin irritation. If this happens, avoid contact with water and other irritants and apply an anti-inflammatory cream to the area. Avoid bruising – Microdermabrasion can cause minor bruising, which may persist for several days after treatment. Be sure to take proper precautions for healing, such as avoiding pressure on the treated area and wearing sunscreen.
Microdermabrasion may be the answer. This treatment uses a gentle, pulsating motion to exfoliate the skin. Results may vary, but many people report seeing significant lightening and reduction in dark spots after using this treatment.