Your skin goes through a lot over the course of time. Normal signs of aging, acne scarring, external elements, medical conditions and everyday life factors can play a role in giving you less than smooth, glowing skin. You may wonder if there’s anything you can do to get your youthful look back, especially if you don’t want to go through harsh procedures. You’re in luck. There is a skin resurfacing option that is non-invasive and chemical-free. Learn how you can make fine lines/wrinkles disappear with microdermabrasion.
Microdermabrasion is a cosmetic treatment that uses abrasion to exfoliate the top layer of skin, exposing the new and healthy layer beneath. It’s relatively comfortable and can be done in-office. Generally, the procedure is safe for all skin tones and types. Microdermabrasion is indicated for a wide variety of uses. It lessens signs of aging like fine lines/wrinkles, smooths rough skin textures, evens pigmentation and restores brightness to dull skin. It can also decrease mild scarring, treat sun damage, tighten pores and decrease the appearance of stretch marks.
How It Works
Microdermabrasion uses a special device to exfoliate the top layer of skin. The process basically removes the top, unhealthy skin layer and the dead skin cells are suctioned away. This is a great treatment for people dealing with unwanted skin conditions, including fine lines/wrinkles.
If you’ve had a recent skin procedure, talk to our practitioner about this prior to treatment. Your skin may be too sensitive for microdermabrasion at this time. There are some things to avoid before and after treatment. These include sun exposure, waxing and exfoliating creams. Of course, our team will make sure to discuss all of this with you during your consultation at our office.
Microdermabrasion is one of the most popular cosmetic treatments around due to its versatility and convenience. It has little to no downtime and is quick and simple. It treats a multitude of skin conditions, and it may be perfect for addressing your fine lines/wrinkles.