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How Microdermabrasion Improves Skin

How Microdermabrasion Improves Skin

Microdermabrasion is a non-surgical, non-invasive procedure in which the skin is gently sanded, removing the thicker rough outer layer of cells/skin. The procedure utilizes a laser-cut diamond tip in combination with light suction. So how does microdermabrasion improve your skin?

Improving Your Skin

When the top layer of skin is removed through microdermabrasion, the body interprets it as an injury. It reacts by replacing the lost skin cells with healthy, new cells, doing so more quickly than usual. It results in firmer, more toned, and more youthful-looking skin. Microdermabrasion has been found to be an effective treatment for wrinkles, stretch marks, uneven skin tone, melasma, hyperpigmentation, and scarring.

Reduce Lines, Wrinkles, and Dull-Looking Skin

A common reason that many people use microdermabrasion is to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles that result from stress, sun damage, and natural aging. The location of your wrinkles and the number of treatments you receive will be a determining factor in how effective your results will be. Incorporating a moisturizer and toner into your skincare routine may help improve results.

Treat Age Spots & Uneven Pigmentation

Microdermabrasion may be used to treat hyperpigmentation, which can refer to melasma or any type of darker patches or age spots on the skin. However, you may need more than microdermabrasion treatments to see results for hyperpigmentation, such as laser therapy and topical vitamin C.

Shrink Enlarged Pores & Blackheads

Microdermabrasion is not recommended for those with an active acne breakout or irritated skin, including blackheads. If you get blackheads often, though, it may be a way to shrink your pores. Some dermatologists recommend microdermabrasion as a treatment for making pores less visible and improving the skin’s conditioning.

Treat Acne & Acne Scars

Although microdermabrasion will not work on an active acne breakout, it may have a positive effect on it, depending on what triggers your acne. It has been demonstrated as an effective way to decrease the visibility of acne scars.

Fade Stretch Marks

Microdermabrasion encourages cell turnover, speeding up your skin’s ability to heal. The treatment is especially effective when stretch marks first appear.

Premier Spa & Laser Center

With our deep understanding and appreciation for aesthetic concerns at all ages, the service offerings are based around the common conditions that both women and men experience. The physicians have carefully selected each technology based on its safety profile and proven scientific results. Premier Spa & Laser Center’s mission is to provide clients a place where comfort, beauty, and personalized attention combine to create a relaxing, rejuvenating experience. Contact us or schedule your complimentary consultation today!

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