Microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion strips away the outer layers of the skin. It allows the skin to look smoother; it improves mild hyperpigmentation (sun spots or age spots), reduces pore size, improves acne, and minimizes fine lines and wrinkles.

 

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Microdermabrasion, a very popular treatment, achieves a level of exfoliation you can only get from a professional esthetician. A small tube, coated with medical-grade crystal-free diamond grains, uses gentle suction to pull skin against the tip. As the tip is moved across the skin, dead skin cells are removed. Microdermabrasion exposes a new layer of skin and is completely painless. The old skin cells are completely removed so the dying cells cannot clog the pores. The new skin is fresh, soft, clear and glowing. The improvement in your skin is immediately visible.

Microdermabrasion can be combined with LED light or microcurrent therapy which helps tighten skin and is an effective treatment for acne.

Face2Face Skincare uses disposable microdermabrasion tips for the highest sanitary conditions.

Not everyone is a candidate for microdermabrasion therapy; a free professional consultation is required before treatment.

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We will listen to you and perform a free skin analysis.
Then together we'll choose the best treatment for you.

More About Microdermabrasion

The epidermis, the thin layer of skin that you see, renews itself approximately once a month. As the skin cells die, they form the layer of dead skin cells called the stratum corneum. Some of these cells fall off naturally, but many remain on the surface of the skin, blocking the natural flow of moisture, oils, and air required for truly healthy skin. Microdermabrasion removes the majority of these dead skin cells.

Dead skin cells are dull and dingy looking; they prevent your vibrant healthy skin from showing. When microdermabrasion removes the dull, dingy layer, the glowing healthy skin underneath shows through. It captures light differently and gives you that healthy glow that people notice. This is why microdermabrasion can produce some of the most striking immediate effects on your skin health.

Generally, microdermabrasion should be performed about every 4-6 weeks - the approximate frequency at which your epidermis completely replaces itself. If you have not had microdermabrasion before and have not used an exfoliation regimen at home, you may need a few more frequent treatments. After your skin evaluation and initial treatment we will see how your skin is doing in about four weeks and determine the right frequency for your own skin and circumstances. Microdermabrasion should not be done too frequently as it is only intended to remove the dead skin cells, not the living cells of the epidermis. Let a skin care professional examine your skin and determine the right microdermabrasion level and frequency for you.

 

"It was a very professional experience. My face feels wonderful, really clean!"

Lori V., Bloomington