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MICRODERMABRASION

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Microdermabrasion (MDA), is a mechanical exfoliation procedure for superficial skin resurfacing.

Microdermabrasion is used for treatment of:

  • Photoaging skin

  • Rough skin texture

  • Hyperpigmentation

  • Acne simplex

  • Acne vulgaris (not pustules)

  • Fine lines

  • Superficial scars

  • Dull sallow skin colour

  • Enlarged skin pores

  • Keratosis pilaris

  • Thickened scaling skin

  • Dry skin

  • Seborrheic keratosis scaling

  • Enhanced penetration of topical skin products and chemical peels

Advantages of Microdermabrasion:

  • Almost any area of the body requiring exfoliation could be treated with MDA (i.e. face, neck, chest - decolletage, hands, back)

  • Controlled depth of exfoliation

  • Safe for all Fitzpatrick skin types (the Fitzpatrick skin type describes skin type by its reaction to the sunlight)

  • Minimal to no discomfort during the procedure

  • No anesthesia required

  • Minimal risk of complications

  • No recovery time post procedure

  • May be combined with other aesthetic treatments (i.e. Mesotherapy, laser skin rejuvenation like Clear Silk or skin genesis, topical skin products and chemical peels, Healite LED photo therapy)

Results:

Microdermabrasion results are progressive. Improvement in skin texture and skin brightness may be observed after a single treatment, more marked improvements including reduction of hyperpigmentation, acne, and fine lines typically require a series of six treatments (may be performed every 2-4 weeks during a treatment series). To maintain the results after the initial series, treatments may be performed every 4-6 weeks.