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Microdermabrasion

What is Microdermabrasion?

torrance microdermabrasionMicrodermabrasion is a simple process for removing dead and rough skin cells from the surface of your skin. It has been commonly referred to as “the lunch time peel” because the procedure takes only minutes to perform and most people can return to regular activities or work immediately.

As a first step for those who have not tried any skin exfoliation procedures, a medical microdermabrasion is an excellent way to see how the removal of thickened and dead skin cells will instantly improve texture, tone and color. Microdermabrasion is a skin revitalizing procedure that uses exfoliation to smooth lines, scars and wrinkles.

How Does Microdermabrasion Work?

tarzana ca microdermabrasionMicrodermabrasion uses highly controlled vacuum and pressure to move microscopically abrasive crystals over the surface of the skin. This action causes little or no discomfort while it gently removes the outer layer of the skin. By repeating this process over the course of several weeks or months, the younger, softer skin moves to the surface, revealing significant textural and color changes.

What Skin Problems Can Microdermabrasion Improve?

  • Sun Damaged Skin, Sun and Age Spots
  • Rough Skin Texture
  • Enlarged and Blocked Pores
  • Mild Acne Scars
  • Blackheads & Whiteheads
  • Superficial Pigmentation
  • Fine Wrinkles

Microdermabrasion is an excellent procedure for unblocking clogged pores and helping to hide or reduce blackheads.

los angeles microdermabrasion clogged-pores
Blackhead Reduction after One Treatment
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Treatment – Microdermabrasion
Physician unspecified
Patient results may vary

Dull congested skin is immediately improved with microdermabrasion. It also improves non-inflammatory acne, mild acne scarring, stretch marks and helps sun damaged skin in need of rejuvenation. More intensive treatments for facial rejuvenation may include Photofacials, MixtoLaser Resurfacing, Glycolic or TCA chemical peels.

Who Should Not Use Microdermabrasion?

Anyone with cystic or inflamed acne should not undergo microdermabrasion. If you suffer from aggravated Rosacea, Eczema, Herpes and various other active or any chronic skin disease, you should follow the advice of a physician. Microdermabrasion is a wonderfully effective procedure when used for the right problems with a medically trained technician.

Microdermabrasion Related Treatments

MiXto Laser for Fractional Skin Resurfacing

Chemical Peels to Help Stop Acne, hyperpigmentation and Improve Aging Skin

Photofacial Light Treatment for Sun Damage

Photo Dynamic Therapy to Control Acne and Prevent Acne Scarring

*For any procedure and service described on this website, individual results may vary and may not be applicable in all cases.