If you are ready to do something about the wrinkles you see slowly appearing on your face as you get older, microdermabrasion may be right for you. This is a non-surgical method that can help you not only treat fine lines and wrinkles, but also get rid of acne scars and sunspots. This treatment stimulates the production of collagen in your skin. This helps to rejuvenate its appearance.
The great thing about this treatment is that no harsh chemicals are used. Also, it does not involve the use of laser beams. Micro-crystals are gently directed at your skin. This gently removes the dead skin cells that cover your facial skin. So, you are left with a smooth and fresh appearance.
You may be wondering what a microdermabrasion treatment involves. The very first thing that is going to happen is a consultation. We’re going to ask you questions about the condition of your skin, what kind of skin issues you have had over the years and what your skin care goals are. Then we want to make sure that this is the right treatment for you. Most individuals qualify for this treatment because it is so gentle and effective.
After your consultation with one of our skin care professionals, you can move forward with your treatment. The great thing about this treatment is that you can have your wrinkles reduced in a relatively short timeframe. The treatments usually don’t take very long to administer. When you come in for your consultation, we can give you a better idea of how much time you will need to be here in order to treat your wrinkles and walk away with a rejuvenated look.
Before you come in for treatment, you likely want to know if you qualify for microdermabrasion. Answering that question is very simple. If you have wrinkles, blotchy skin, sunspots, large pores or an uneven skin tone, you are likely a perfect candidate for this treatment. The great thing is that you can qualify no matter what type of skin or what color of skin you have. Our skin care specialist is going to make sure that you are a good candidate before the treatment process begins. However, you can feel confident knowing that this is a safe and gentle treatment that is safe for all skin types.