Microdermabrasion works through mechanical exfoliation coupled with suction. Outer layers of skin are removed, this stimulates new skin cell growth. The suction helps promote collagen production. Microdermabrasion is done in a series of 4 to treatments which will continually remove the outer layers of dead skin in each treatment.
Reduce Wrinkles: It is beneficial in reducing fine lines and wrinkles by removing outer layers of dead skin. Fresh and new skin pushes forth. This can begin to remove many existing deep fine lines and wrinkles, as well as to prevent new signs of age from appearing on the skin.
Treat Acne Scars: Microdermabrasion is used to reduce deep scars and pockmarks, while evening out the skin tone. Microdermabrasion can be used in other areas of their body, like the back, which can commonly have acne scarring. In cases of severe acne, the microdermabrasion treatment can be used in a series to remove dead and dark scarred skin cells so that new skin can be brought forth. Microdermabrasion should not be done on new or open acne lesions.
Even Out the Skin Tone: Hyperpigmentation is brown pigmentation and damage caused by unprotected sun exposure. A microdermabrasion series will work to remove this dark and damaged skin so that the skin tone looks even overall. This is perfect for anyone that relys upon heavy makeup to cover up hyperpigmentation and scars on their skin. The chest area, which can often become leathery and damaged due to sun exposure can also be treated.
Balance the Skin: Dry or rosacea skin can undergo a microdermabrasion treatment to remove dead and flaking skin for better product absorption. Microdermabrasion can reduce dryness by balancing out the skin to alleviate a number of skin concerns.