Microdermabrasion is a common dermatological procedure that is used to correct a variety of skin issues. Microdermabrasion works well for all skin types, and makes minor changes to improve the appearance of skin while never resulting or scarring or skin damage. Let’s take a closer look at this procedure, and some common questions patients ask about the treatment. Top 5 Questions about Microdermabrasion. What exactly does microdermabrasion do? The main purpose of microdermabrasion is to revive the look of a patient’s skin. We use a special combination of crystal and diamond-free microdermabrasion to rejuvenate and hydrate skin. The process begins… Continue Reading

With 2014 finally here, now is the perfect time to freshen up your look. Microdermabrasion is a non-invasive procedure that improves the skin’s surface by diminishing imperfections such as fine lines, scarring, blemishes and mild to moderate sun damage. The procedure works by releasing a gentle stream of tiny particles that exfoliate the outer surface layer of skin, scraping away aging or damaged skin to reveal the fresh, glowing, younger skin underneath. Here are a few common questions and concerns regarding microdermabrasion: How much skin does microdermabrasion remove? The layer that is exfoliated off is called the stratum corneum, which… Continue Reading