One of the most effective ways to keep your complexion looking fresh and new is by regularly exfoliating your skin. Routine exfoliation gently breaks down the topmost layers of the dermis to reveal the bright and healthy layers that lie just beneath. If you have mild to moderate acne scars or have recently developed other blemishes, however, you may want to consider microdermabrasion. This short, simple, in-office procedure takes exfoliation to the next level. Over the course of multiple treatments, microdermabrasion can dramatically improve the texture and tone of your skin. In fact, this procedure is currently one of the most effective treatments for minimizing the appearance of many common skin issues.
How Microdermabrasion Works
Microdermabrasion is designed to create modest amounts of controlled damage at the very surface layers of the skin. Rather than being performed with a facial brush or any other exfoliating tool, however, this procedure uses micro-fine crystals to gently abrade dull, dry, and damaged skin away. These crystals are then suctioned up, along with all of the resulting debris.
The body works hard to protect its outermost covering. The skin is the body’s first and most important defense against harmful microorganisms. Thus, when procedures like microdermabrasion are used to affect the surface layers, your body responds by expediting its normal production of replacement skin cells. As a result, your complexion will be clearer, brighter, and more youthful-looking overall.
Why Choose Microdermabrasion?
Microdermabrasion effectively capitalizes on your body’s own natural healing abilities. Moreover, this treatment is quick, convenient, and entirely non-disruptive. Aside from your treatment session, you won’t have to take any time away from work, or away from your normal range of activities.
Scheduling a consultation with us at Allure Laser & Med Spa is the very best way to see if microdermabrasion is the best revitalizing skin treatment for you. Contact us today to book your appointment at our office in Tinley Park!