What is microdermabrasion?

What is microdermabrasion?

Dermabarasion was developed in Italy by physicians Marini and Lou Brutto.
The rejuvenation effects were so stunning that a refined version of the technique was developed
into what we know today as microdermabrasion.

Microdermabrasion is also called partial skin exfoliation because it removes the top layer of the skin.
It helps to erase superficial lines and wrinkles, acne, scarring, sun damage, and hyperpigmentation. It helps to unclog pores and bring back a healthy glow.

Professional microdermabrasion treatments are done in spas, aesthetics salons or doctors offices.
It is best defined as a removal of the top layer of the skin on the face. Today almost all spas use a microdermabrasion machine with a diamond tip not crystals.

The treatment is safe, gentle enough for most skin types and the results are very good.
The skin will be red for a short period of time afterwards, but there’s no real down time, recovery time or healing time needed.
The number of treatments required can range from 4 – 6 initial treatment due to the fact that microdermabrasion exfoliates only a thin layer of the skin. It also depends what shape your skin is in and what combination of treatments your skin can tolerate, and last but not least, it depends on the results you want to see. Of course you can try just one to try it out.