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What is Microdermabrasion?

Microdermabrasion is a minimally invasive procedure that renews overall skin tone and texture by gently exfoliating the skin's outer layer. It can improve the appearance of sun-damaged skin, wrinkles, acne, and other conditions. The procedure uses a special applicator with an abrasive surface to sand away the thick outer layer of the skin, triggering a wound response and leading to the growth of new skin cells, thicker collagen, and the revelation of newer, undamaged skin.

Benefits of Microdermabrasion:

Exfoliation: Microdermabrasion removes the top layer of dull or damaged skin cells, allowing the skin to reflect more light, revealing smoother and brighter skin. 

Reduction of Skin Imperfections: It minimizes the appearance of fine lines, age spots, light scars, and wrinkles, leading to a more even skin tone and texture.


Pore Size Reduction: Microdermabrasion can help shrink pores, leading to a cleaner and smoother complexion. 

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Stimulates Collagen Production: The procedure stimulates the production of collagen, essential for maintaining skin firmness and elasticity.

Improved Skin Tone: It leads to a brighter and more even skin tone, reducing the appearance of dark spots and hyperpigmentation.

Enhanced Skin Smoothness: It results in smoother skin texture, making it feel softer and appear more youthful. 


Minimization of Scars: It reduces the visibility of certain types of scars, including acne scars


These benefits collectively contribute to the rejuvenation and improvement of the skin's overall appearance, making microdermabrasion a popular choice for addressing specific skin concerns and achieving a more youthful complexion.

Preparing For Microdermabrasion

Before the treatment, it's important to:

- Avoid sun exposure and tanning beds

- Discontinue any exfoliation

- Stop using certain skincare products

- Refrain from smoking

- Avoid facial treatments like waxing or threading

After the treatment, it's recommended to:

- Wait before applying makeup

- Use high-quality mineral makeup

- Apply sunscreen

- Avoid sun exposure, tanning beds, and waxing

- Follow specific post-treatment instructions provided by your healthcare provider

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