Reveal Radiant Skin With Medical Grade Microdermabrasion
Recharge your look, painlessly buffing away dry, damaged skin cells while encouraging the rise of new, natural collagen: the building blocks of clear, vibrant, youthful skin. Whether it’s a one-time treatment for sun damage or skin discoloration, or a monthly routine to keep your skin refreshed, Microdermabrasion can prove beneficial for virtually anyone.
Microdermabrasion is a skincare treatment that involves physically exfoliating the skin to reveal a fresh complexion and enhance long-term collagen production providing the patient with an instantaneous facelift of sorts. Microdermabrasion techniques include using a diamond-tipped abrader or crystals blown and vacuumed in a stream across the skin that exfoliates the outer epidermis layer.
There are also “microdermabrasion creams” that tout the benefits of sloughing away dead skin to reveal fresher skin, although they are not as effective as the treatments provided by an in-office medical specialist with professional experience in the practice.
According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, microdermabrasion helps treat brown spots and uneven pigmentation on the outer layer of the skin when the diamond tip of the handheld device or crystals are blown onto the skin and carries away dead cells to create skin rejuvenation.
The non-invasive procedure addresses uneven skin tone in a variety of skin types in a much less invasive process than other resurfacing techniques such as with lasers or deep chemical peels.
The Target Areas Microdermabrasion Treats
Microdermabrasion can brighten and rejuvenate tired skin by treating hyperpigmentation, fine lines, and large pores. The procedure also refreshes the skin by sloughing off dead skin cells primarily on the face and neck. However, microdermabrasion treatments are also performed on other areas of the body such as the chest or back.
While most microdermabrasion treatments are indeed face-focused sessions, not all of the exfoliation areas are strictly for the face, neck, and decolletage. A facial for the butt also involves using the microdermabrasion handpiece tool in the process of improving skin and reducing the appearance of stretch marks. The butt exfoliation facial also exists to help rid patients of rough and dull skin on their buttocks.