Microdermabrasion resurfaces the superficial layers of your skin to provide an effective method for combatting sun damage, age spots, uneven discoloration and acne scars.

Chemical peels should only be used alongside retinoids for deeper wrinkles, surgical scars or severe acne; otherwise it won’t provide significant benefits. Please refrain from taking retinoids seven days before your appointment date to maximize results.


Exfoliation is one of the best ways to enhance the effectiveness of your skin care routine, leaving your complexion looking brighter and fresher, as well as helping minimize hyperpigmentation over time.

Healthy skin typically sheds dead cells every 28 days. Unfortunately, however, this process can become sluggish and the older cells may build up over time and leave your complexion dull and flaky. Exfoliation helps boost cell turnover by clearing away dead skin cells that could potentially clog pores and lead to breakouts or cause other forms of discomfort in your complexion.

Exfoliation comes in many forms, from physical scrubs and brushes to chemical peels and microneedling devices. When selecting an exfoliation method that’s tailored specifically to your complexion and skin type, be sure to choose an approach that is gentle enough for you. If you have sensitive skin, choose something gentle like a washcloth or product containing alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) or beta hydroxy acids (BHAs). Avoid overexfoliating as overdoing it could damage delicate tissue on your face.

Reduction of fine lines and wrinkles

Age brings with it fine lines and wrinkles; though a natural part of the aging process, we can reduce their appearance by speeding up skin cell regeneration and stimulating collagen production. A microdermabrasion facial can help accomplish these goals by eliminating dead layers that lead to sagging skin or fine lines forming.

This treatment will reduce the visibility of sun damage and surface scars by smoothing the complexion, and is an excellent way to diminish enlarged pores that make the face appear dirty or oily. Although more aggressive than regular facials, laser facial treatments typically produce less redness or bruising afterwards.

While regular facials can help achieve your long-term skincare goals, they may not provide enough relief from problems you are currently facing. For those enduring dull skin, uneven texture, clogged pores or blemishes a microdermabrasion facial is the solution that will truly bring results.

Removing clogged pores

Microdermabrasion facials are safe, non-invasive exfoliation treatments that can effectively diminish fine lines, wrinkles, sun damage, hyperpigmentation, dry skin, mild acne and enlarged pores. Furthermore, this procedure can be combined with services like Hydrafacial to rejuvenate and invigorate the skin for an even better outcome!

Clogged pores can lead to blackheads, whiteheads and an excess of oil production in your body. Although pores serve a natural purpose of clearing away dead skin cells from your system, sometimes this process goes amiss and pore walls become blocked, giving rise to bumpy-looking appearances – and possibly leading to more serious conditions like acne.

An important thing to keep in mind about microdermabrasion facials is that while they can help improve the look of pores, it won’t clear them entirely. This is due to it only exfoliating the surface skin cells – not actually treating any deeper into your cells like glycolic peels can do. For best results, combine microdermabrasion treatments with treatments like glycolic peels for best results, gentle cleansers and an anti-inflammatory moisturizer as part of a comprehensive skincare regime along with using products containing retinol (found in many skincare products) for unclogging pores!

Reducing blemishes

Facial services can be beneficial to your skin’s overall health and appearance, yet sometimes don’t provide enough of an impactful solution for certain concerns. For instance, acne scarring or deep scarring might require more aggressive measures; microdermabrasion could provide this solution.

Microdermabrasion facials use handheld devices to use microderabrasion on the top layer of dead skin cells on your face, gently exfoliating to diminish and even eliminate scarring or discolorations while leaving your complexion looking younger and healthier.

This treatment can also help reduce the size of pores by unclogging them and improving circulation, helping your skin better absorb skincare products used at home and absorb additional ones from outside sources – just remember to apply plenty of sunblock as UV rays will become even more sensitive afterward!

A healthy glow

Microdermal facials are one of the best ways to restore the youthful look of your skin, by clearing away dead cells and encouraging collagen production, thus slowing the natural aging process and giving you more radiant glow as blood flows to its surface.

Microdermabrasion is a gentle technique that gently exfoliates your outermost layers of skin to achieve silky-smooth results with no downtime – an excellent option before an important event when looking your best is key.

Microderm Infusion facials are another fantastic solution, featuring our diamond-coated exfoliating wand that gently yet effectively removes surface skin while at the same time applying chemical peels such as Glycolic, AHA, Jessner’s or TCA peels tailored specifically for each skin type. Together these methods produce brighter, smoother, healthier-looking skin without downtime; making this treatment suitable for anyone in their 30’s or 40’s looking to restore their “glow”. Plus they take only 30 minutes; perfect during lunch breaks!

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