What are the long-term benefits of microdermabrasion?

A course of treatments (five are recommended for visible results) helps with cell turnover, revealing brighter-looking skin and a smoother surface. But it won’t improve pore function, meaning it won’t help normalize oil production and diminish congestion over time like, “These work within the pore, helping to exfoliate cellular debris and cut down oil,” says clinical facialist Kate Kerr. She, like the majority of facialists and skin doctors these days, also recommends hydro-dermabrasion, a water-based, crystal-free alternative to microdermabrasion. A suction tool is used to hoover out pores, after which it blasts a jet of pressurized, bespoke serum containing ingredients such as salicylic acid (to decongest) and hyaluronic acid (to plump) as it is passed over your skin. It works to deeply to unblock pores, peel away dead skin and drive in active ingredients, and feels rather pleasant. Over time, this treatment can re-balance your skin; HydraFacial, the best-known hydrodermabrasion brand, says breakouts typically start to reduce after two sessions. HydraFacial is a popular option.


What happens during microdermabrasion?

The esthetician uses a handheld device that gently removes the top layer of skin. You may feel a sanding sensation, but this is not painful.

What will I need to do after microdermabrasion? 

You may need to apply a moisturizer or other skin care product at home.

You will be given a skin-care plan that includes sun protection. Protecting your skin form the sun helps ensure the best possible results and reduces the risk of side effects.

Is there downtime?

You will not have downtime or a recovery period. Some patients’ skin turns pink or red. The skin can swell a bit. These side effects are similar to having a sunburn or windburn for a day or two.

When will I see results from microdermabrasion?

Most patients need a series of treatments to see results. To treat signs of aging, we recommend a client coming in every two weeks, or monthly.

After a series of treatments, patients say they have smoother skin and a more radiant complexion.

How long will the results last? 

The results tend to be temporary. Patients who protect their skin from the sun and follow the recommended skin-care plan will maintain their results for a longer time. Yet, no matter what we do, our skin continues to age. Follow-up treatments are usually necessary to help retain smoother skin and a more radiant complexion.

What are the possible side effects?

After microdermabrasion, your treated skin may be pink or red and slightly swollen. This tends to disappear within a day.

In some cases, the skin can bruise, burn, sting, or become extremely sensitive to sunlight. These will go away without treatment.

When can I safely get another treatment?

Microdermabrasion treats only the top layer of the skin, so the skin recovers quickly. Most people can safely have another treatment a week later.

Microdermabrasion + Anti-Aging Facial Massage $185 (70 min)

Microdermabrasion are appreciated most by people who want to refresh the appearance of their skin without resorting to more time-intensive and invasive procedures, such as deep chemical peels or laser treatment. The procedure simply removes the surface layer of dead skin cells through gentle exfoliation with a diamond tipped special wand.
Diamond microdermabrasion addresses acne scarring, enlarged pores, fine lines and wrinkles, and hyperpigmentation. As well as reviving sun damaged skin.
Oxygen Treatment
The benefits of oxygen gel are it cleanses the skin, peels dead skin cells, anti-oxident, anti-inflammatory, softens skin, smoothes skin and has soothing effect.

Steam deep cleansing>Microdermabrasion-Lifting Face Massage>Oxygen soothing gel > Custom Mask