Microdermabrasion can fight almost all signs of aging and acne, including acne scarswrinkles, fine lines, dark spots, sun spots, and age spots. What makes microdermabrasion so popular is that it does not require the downtime of a typical chemical peel or laser light procedure. Most patients can return to their normal activities immediately following the procedure. In addition, microdermabrasion can usually be performed on patients whose skin is too sensitive for other types of skin treatments.

If you decide to opt for a microdermabrasion procedure, your skin will undergo a gentle cleaning that is similar to having your skin “polished.” Micro-crystals are quickly scrubbed over your skin, causing an abrasive action that sweeps away dead skin and dirt. The entire procedure is usually complete in 35 minutes. For optimal results, microdermabrasion is usually conducted biweekly for anywhere from two to 12 weeks.

You will notice immediate results from your microdermabrasion treatment, as your skin will look smoother and feel softer right away. Your skin will continue to improve in texture and appearance throughout the course of your treatment. Microdermabrasion can be done in conjunction with a light and laser procedureacne treatment, or facials.

The friendly and knowledgeable staff will be happy to discuss microdermabrasion and any of our other facial procedures with you. Please call us at 1-888-LASER-15 (1-888-527-3715) to schedule an appointment at any of our five Laser Touch Medical Clinics or schedule an appointment online.

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