All types of skin will benefit from a microdermabrasion treatment. Conditions such congested pores, flaky, dry, dull and sun damaged skin with be rejuvenated and refreshed. Uneven skin tones can be improved as it reduces the appearance of fine lines, acne scars, hyperpigmentation, chicken pox scars, brown/age spots, fine-lined wrinkles, hyperkeratosis, large pores, and other skin imperfections. It also smooths the surface of the skin, stimulates collagen and elastin, aids in producing more normal cell production, stimulates lymph and blood flow, and stimulates the epidermis allowing cells to shed more evenly.
(Microdermabrasion is an effective treatment for fine lines, wrinkles, sun damage, acne scars, stretch marks, and minimizing pores).
• One Treatment $65
• Package of Six $325 (One FREE)
• Uses Microdermabrasion machine
What is microdermabrasion?
Microdermabrasion is a simple and effective form of exfoliation. It is considered a mechanical or physical exfoliation using a diamond encrusted hand-piece to remove the outer layer of dead or damaged skin cells revealing a more youthful skin. Microdermabrasion is a non-invasive treatment designed to improve the overall texture, tone and clarity of the skin while restoring the skin’s elasticity.
How does microdermabrasion work?
While the crystals are performing the exfoliation, the vacuum suction action taking place is equally important because it is stimulating the lower layers of the skin. Combining skin exfoliation with regenerating suction, this unique system stimulates subdermal activities that “renew” the anti-aging mechanisms of the skin that slow with age.
Microdermabrasion is recommended in a series, the results are cumulative and improve with each treatment.
History of Microdermabrasion
Physicians and aestheticians in Europe were among the first to recognize the therapeutic rejuvenating advantages of microdermabrasion. They were looking for an alternative to the old fashioned technique of dermabrasion, which was performed by employing a rotating wire brush or diamond wheel to plane down or sand the skin’s irregular area. Problems often resulted due to the heat generation on the tissue, causing burns and other postoperative problems. Although the European market has been using microdermabrasion since approximately 1980, the first system utilizing this mechanical exfoliation technique was marketed in the US in January 1996. Originally developed for skin resurfacing, the use of microdermabrasion systems that incorporate the use of vacuum suction devices has shown tremendous benefits in skin regeneration. While the focus with microdermabrasion is on the surface exfoliation, there is also a beneath the surface action because of the vacuum suction. Over an extended period of time, skin care professionals have observed noticeable improvements in skin tissue resulting from collagen stimulation. It comes as no surprise, therefore, that both aestheticians and physicians have embraced microdermabrasion as an anti-aging therapy.
Today, Microdermabrasion is the fastest growing application for skin resurfacing technology. As a non-invasive technique, it respects the skin’s integrity, minimizes trauma, and corrects numerous skin conditions while creating healthy, vital skin.