We are always researching and testing new products that come to the market, but we’re often left unimpressed. Those expensive creams and tools often feel like snake oil. Did anyone actually get results from this product, or did the makers just want to make a product with the hottest new ingredient? Even worse, it often takes way too long to see results from at-home treatments.
We don’t have time for that, especially when we know that professional treatments work better. Keep reading to learn about microdermabrasion and how it can be used to resurface the skin.
What is microdermabrasion?
Microdermabrasion is a minimally invasive spa procedure that rejuvenates the appearance of the skin by treating sun damage, superficial pigmentation and other unwanted skin problems. This procedure uses tiny particles to exfoliate the outer layer of skin, leaving fresh, younger-looking skin and a renewed appearance behind. Did you know that microdermabrasion can be combined with other procedures such as chemical peels or laser treatment for even better results?
What does microdermabrasion treat?
If you’re concerned with sun damage or other superficial skin issues like sun spots or fine lines, microdermabrasion can help treat them. Microdermabrasion is a great alternative to chemical peels and other resurfacing treatments to help give you a glowing, youthful appearance.
How long before I see results?
One of the things we love most about microdermabrasion is how quickly we can see results. Often, we recommend having a series of treatments to get the best results, but you should be able to see results immediately after each treatment.
Are all skin types suitable for treatment?
Yes! In fact, microdermabrasion is a great alternative for patients with asian or african backgrounds who may not be recommended for other resurfacing treatments. This is a safe treatment to help give people of all ethnicities a boost in radiance.
How long do results last?
The best results occur in patients who take good care of their skin after their treatments. That means cleansing, moisturizing, and wearing sunscreen.
Category: Cosmetic Dermatology Danville CA