Microdermabrasion is a completely non-invasive process that gently exfoliates your skin without any chemicals. It removes the skin’s dead and dry outer layer to reveal fresh, healthy skin underneath. Actually, it’s a two-part process. During the procedure, the microdermabrasion wand exfoliates the skin’s surface while the vacuum sucks away and removes dead skin cells and debris. It rejuvenates the surface, giving you a brighter complexion.
We offer many treatments for improving the look and quality of your skin. In this article, I want to focus on two of them—microdermabrasion and chemical peels.
By cleaning away the dead skin cells and impurities that block pores and that lead to inflammation, microdermabrasion leaves skin clean and refreshed.
Most patients are good candidates for microdermabrasion. It’s suitable for all skin types and colors. It does not cause any scarring or color changes, and is less aggressive than other procedures. Plus, there is minimal downtime, if any, so you can leave the office and get back to your regular activities immediately.
Chemical peels use a chemical solution, applied to the skin, to exfoliate and ultimately peel off the top layer of skin. The new, regenerated skin is usually smoother and less wrinkled than the old skin. It’s important to keep in mind that the new skin is also temporarily more sensitive to the sun.
We offer various chemical peels for everyone who wants to improve their skin’s overall appearance. We have a full range of peels—from mild to medium depth ones.
Mild Depth Peels
Mild depth peels are designed to gently exfoliate for clearer looking skin, improving the appearance of both skin tone and texture. Patients with acne-prone skin can especially benefit from this peel, which can be performed in conjunction with a medical acne treatment. You can expect healthier, youthful, and less oily skin. Mild depth peels have minimal post procedure downtime.
Medium depth Peels
Medium depth peels are great for mild to moderate skin imperfections. They help brighten skin color and clarity while reducing visible signs of pigmentation and can even help with fine lines. These peels are optimal for melasma, photodamaged skin, and various types of hyper-pigmentation.
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