Treating Sun Damage with Medical-Grade Microdermabrasion

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Skincare is a very complicated subject. The skincare issues that people have can range from very simple to something more complex. Some individuals battle with skin that is slightly dull, while others may have large pores, fine lines, and wrinkles or they might be dealing with issues that affect their pigmentation. For every single one of these situations, medical-grade microdermabrasion can provide an effective solution.

One of the reasons why people enjoy microdermabrasion is because it is gentle. It uses very fine, sterile crystals to exfoliate the skin surface. During this process, the dry, damaged surface skin is removed, leaving skin smooth and vibrant. A significant benefit of microdermabrasion treatments is that by removing the external skin layers, the pores are opened up and make the skin more receptive to topical treatments. The vitamins and other compounds in a topical cream can penetrate deeper into the skin, providing more effective results.

Microdermabrasion is not a one-time procedure. It typically requires a series of treatments. You will likely wait a week or two between your treatment sessions so that your skin can recover. This will give the collagen in your skin time to activate and leave your skin more pliable and elastic. After you are able to achieve your skincare goal with medical-grade microdermabrasion, you can come back for monthly or bimonthly maintenance sessions, depending on your skincare needs.

If you are concerned about improving the appearance of your skin or addressing other skincare concerns, then microdermabrasion may be a good choice for you. Set up a consultation at Fine Arts Skin and Laser to learn more about this effective treatment.

* All information subject to change. Images may contain models. Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary.