How Does Microdermabrasion Keep Skin Healthy?

Have you heard about microdermabrasion but you’re not sure what it does, or how it can improve the health of your skin?   Microdermabrasion is a gentle skin rejuvenation treatment that leaves the skin looking healthier and more youthful, without the use of harsh chemicals.  So how does microdermabrasion keep skin healthy.  

What Is Microdermabrasion?

Microdermabrasion is a non-invasive exfoliation treatment that renews the skin by removing the outermost layer.  Microdermabrasion is often performed using a diamond-tipped handpiece that is gently moved across the skin to exfoliate the surface layer of dead skin cells.  

How Does Microdermabrasion Keep Skin Healthy?

Microdermabrasion keeps the skin healthy by removing dead skin cells and unclogging the pores.  Exfoliating the dry outer layer of the skin triggers cell renewal and promotes healthy-looking skin.  Removing impurities from the pores helps with whiteheads, blackheads, and acne.

Microdermabrasion also evens skin tone, brightens the complexion, reduces sunspots and age spots, and minimizes pores, which are all positive signs of healthy skin.   It also smooths and softens the skin.  

Microdermabrasion also has anti-aging benefits because it reduces the appearance of superficial lines and wrinkles.

How Often Should You Have Microdermabrasion Done?

A single microdermabrasion treatment can unlock the health and beauty of your skin.  But if you have skin concerns such as scars and hyperpigmentation, doctors generally recommend a series of treatments for best results.  Once the desired improvement is achieved, maintenance treatments can be done every 4 weeks to keep the skin healthy. 

Are You A Good Candidate For Microdermabrasion?

If you would like to treat specific skin issues such as sunspots, enlarged pores, and hyperpigmentation, or reduce signs of aging, you may be a good candidate for microdermabrasion.

Are you ready to achieve healthy skin with microdermabrasion?  Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

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