Microdermabrasion is a professional treatment usually performed by your Beauty Therapist in the salon. The intense exfoliation removes dead skin cells, increasing blood circulation, thus stimulating new cell growth and collagen production.
One of the methods commonly used is medical grade crystals which slough away dead skin cells while a suction removes this debris and increases blood circulation. Giving your skin an instant lift, leaving it smoother and brighter.
Most skin types benefit from microdermabrasion. If you’re not sure, check with your Beauty Therapist during your consultation and she/he will advise you on what is best suitable for your skin.
Sometimes after even just one treatment you may notice a reduction of fine lines and wrinkles. If not almost certainly after several treatments. You will also notice your pores will be more refined, there will be an improvement to blackheads and breakouts. Pigmentation and scarring will become less obvious and in some cases completely disappear.
For genuine concerns, such as pigmentation, scarring, open pores, fine lines and wrinkles it is highly recommended that you do a course of 6 treatments. These are usually performed 2 weeks apart, depending on your skin and individual needs. Performing the treatments in this way is really going to target skin concerns and help to correct them. For the very best results you should be prepared to work with your Beauty Therapist and take her/his advice seriously in regards to how many treatments, how often and home care. Basically if you’re not prepared to follow your Beauty Therapists advice chances are you probably won’t get the best results.
After your course of treatments are complete, don’t leave it to fate and hope for the best that your results will be long lasting. You have spent a lot of money by now so you will desire to maintain these fantastic results. Monthly maintenance treatments will help you to do this and your skin should continue to improve. Also most importantly don’t forget to follow your recommended home care.