A Microdermabrasion treatment involves a micro derm machine. Microdermabrasion expert offers a twenty-first-century skincare technology for applying the millennia-old technique of dermabrasion. By eliminating the powders and crystals they offer gentler micro exfoliation system that provides clean, controlled procedure.
Microdermabrasion is generally indicated for:
-fine lines, rejuvenation
-enlarged pores and blemishes
-age spots and hyperpigmentation
-acne scars, scratch marks
-improving skin texture
How is the procedure done?
Microdermabrasion can be done on the face, neck, chest, and arms. The nurse will use the diamond cut wand to gently exfoliate the skin without the use of anesthesia. This system is proven to be much cleaner and safer than crystal machines. The procedure lasts anywhere from 15-30 min. Mild redness is normal and disappears quickly. The procedure is comfortable and most patients do not need any special preparation or anesthetic. You can return to normal activities following your treatment.
Does Microdermabrasion hurt?
No. They use the Diamond wand and the procedure is relatively comfortable.
How do I prepare for this procedure?
Avoid any substances like Retin A, Acid Peels or sun exposure that will leave your skin sensitive.
How many treatments do I need?
We recommend 6 treatments every 2-3 weeks. For best results, the maintenance program is recommended. The skin will feel fresh, clean and invigorated.
Utilizing our progressed IPL framework, light vitality is conveyed through the skin evacuating facial redness, eradicating pigmented spots, decreasing pore estimate and limiting almost negligible differences.
A progression of 4-6 photograph facial medicines is suggested.
A photo facial involves little discomfort and no downtime. The procedure is nonablative, meaning that it does not damage the surface of the skin. Patients can come back to work or resume their typical exercises after the technique. It is usually combined with microdermabrasion system for better results.
Who are the best candidates for IPL Photofacial?
– sun-damaged skin
– enlarged pores
– liver spots
– fine lines & wrinkles
– red flushed faces
Does insurance cover IPL Photofacial?
Due to the cosmetic nature of Photofacial, insurance will not cover it.
What is the typical cost?
$150 per treatment
IPL Photofacial side effects:
Side effects could include temporary redness or swelling.
IPL Photofacial is an excellent alternative for anyone seeking a non-surgical procedure with a proven track of being successful and safe.
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