Deeply effective for bringing about a youthful glow to the skin, microdermabrasion is one of the simplest, least disruptive, and popular skin treatments available today. Most commonly used for the face, neck, and chest, microdermabrasion is applicable to almost any part of the body.
What is microdermabrasion?
A microdermabrasion procedure involves the use of tiny microcrystals which have a hardness and abrasive quality capable of sloughing away dull-looking dead skin cells, and which are also small enough to avoid causing any pain or damage to the skin. One of the most attractive features of microdermabrasion is the fact that this kind of facial involves no injected substances – artificial or otherwise – and that it works with your body’s natural healing processes. Quite simply, the microdermabrasion removed tired and dead skin cells, and your body then works hard to replace them with healthy, fresh, and radiant ones.
Am I a Good Candidate for Microdermabrasion?
Microdermabrasion will always be performed by a trained practitioner, who will be more than happy to take you through the finer details of the process, and answer any questions that might come to mind.
It’s important to note that, generally speaking, microdermabrasion isn’t suitable for darker skin tones, and they have a tendency towards pigmentation following this kind of procedure. For those with darker skin, a skin peel might be a better alternative to unleash your natural radiance.
What is microdermabrasion good for?
Most people undergoing microdermabrasion are doing so for a specific reason, or to tackle a particular skincare complaint. This procedure is very good for treating fine lines and wrinkles, blemishes and marks on the skin, mild issues with pigmentation, and tackling the signs of aging. After your treatment, you can expect to experience the following:
- Renewed, healthier looking skin
- Softer and smoother skin
- Rejuvenated epidermal layers
- Better circulation
- A noticeable and youthful glow