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Microdermabrasion


Microdermabrasion

Treatment

Microdermabrasion

Looking for shinny and glowing skin, then Microdermabrasion is the best treatment. It is a good skin rejuvenation procedure. Let’s check the treatment more in detail.

What is microdermabrasion?

Microdermabrasion is a procedure in which a special machine applies a slightly rough applicator tip to the surface of the skin of the face or neck. Hence, this removes the uppermost layer. As a result, this allows the renewal of skin tone and texture.

Microdermabrasion can improve the appearance of:

  • Sunspots
  • Age spots
  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Acne scars
  • Melasma
  • Hyperpigmentation

If you’re considering microdermabrasion, your dermatologist will review your medical history. In fact, he will even conduct an examination to ensure you are a good candidate for it. Accordingly, the dermatologist will also discuss your expectations, optimum outcomes and potential risks of the procedure as well as post-treatment skincare routine.

How does microdermabrasion work?

It works on all skin types. It solves skin problems without causing any skin color changes or scarring. The tiny crystals are sprayed onto the skin to remove the skin layer. You don’t need to apply any anesthetic creams to apply. It helps in skin exfoliation and skin rejuvenation to get healthy-looking skin.

Pre-procedure:

Therefore, before starting the treatment the pre-care is really important. Do take proper care.

  • Avoid exfoliating creams three days prior to the procedure.
  • Don’t go out to avoid sun exposure.
  • Don’t go for waxing.
  • Cleanse face and neck with non-soap based cleanser.

To get good results, its really important to understand your skin and the procedure you going to do.

Post-procedure:

Therefore, after the treatment is over, follow the post-care guidelines given by your dermatologist.

  • Keep new skin clean and moisturized.
  • Protect skin with sunblock.
  • Avoid direct sun exposure.
  • Avoid scratching or picking new skin.
  • Use a gentle cleanser.
  • Avoid topical medicated creams for a few days.

Hence, any treatment is done, but its post-care is really important, don’t neglect it.

Side Effects:

Microdermabrasion may rarely cause skin irritation and infection. Hence it is not a good option for people with medical conditions such as psoriasis, warts, lupus, and other skin disorders. Microdermabrasion is otherwise a painless and non-invasive procedure that results in smoother, clearer skin.

Thus, now you have got a complete idea of this treatment.

Microdermabrasion

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Looking for shinny and glowing skin, then Microdermabrasion is the best treatment. It is a good skin rejuvenation procedure. Let’s check the treatment more in detail. 

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