Microdermabrasion is a minimally invasive procedure used to renew overall skin tone and texture. It can improve the appearance of sun damage, wrinkles, fine lines, age spots, acne scarring, melasma, and other skin-related concerns and conditions.
The procedure uses a special applicator with an abrasive surface to gently sand away the thick outer layer of the skin to rejuvenate it.
A different microdermabrasion technique sprays fine particles of aluminum oxide or sodium bicarbonate with a vacuum/suction to accomplish the same outcome as the abrasive surface.
What types of skin conditions can Microdermabrasion treat?
While most everyone can benefit from the microdermabrasion rejuvenation, typical conditions that are targeted include:
- Early aging lines
- Mild Sun damage
- Melasma (irregular brown patches)
- Revitalize dull skin
- Improve and control acne
- Refine enlarged pores
- Uneven skin texture
- Improving overall skin health
Our Micro Resurfacing System is a state-of-the art precision non-invasive exfoliation and skin revitalizing system. This powerful exfoliation encourages collagen formation, stimulates circulation, and cleanses the pores. Ideal for treating acne, early age lines, uneven skin texture, hyper-pigmentation, photo-damage, surgical scars, and improving overall skin health.
While microdermabrasion uses tiny bits of crystals or diamonds to scrub away the skin's dead cells, but DermaSweep uses bristles instead. ... These gentle bristles also work great on the thin skin around the eyes.
DermaPeels are a combination of microdermabrasion and a chemical peel. By first exfoliating the upper skin layer, the peel can reach deeper and more uniformly for a better overall result.
For best results, we recommend a series of 3-6 Dermapeels at a monthly interval and then one every 2-3 months to maintain the glowing results.
Our prices for Microdermabrasion are between $199-$225.
The price range can change at any time and the website might not reflect the current price.
Additional Reading: American Academy of Dermatology on Microdermabrasion