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woman_smileMicrodermabrasion and Chemical Peels are quick and easy mini-procedures used for rejuvenating your skin, treating acne scarring and lessening the signs of facial wrinkles.

Medical Microdermabrasion utilizes small crystal like powder and vacuum pressure, to remove the top layer of dead skin (stratum corneum), while promoting the production of new cells in the deepest layer of skin. It improves pigment, color, texture of the skin, and also stimulates new collagen in the skin.

Chemical Peels are topically applied acids that aid in the restoration and rejuvenation of the skin’s surface. Depending on your skin condition and skin type your clinician will determine what type of peel is most suitable for you.

The light peel affects the most superficial layers of the skin and in general is made of glycolic acid. This type of peel is much stronger than those you might buy over the counter in a cosmetic store.

The medium peel goes deeper within the skin using a solution of trichloroacetic acid (TCA). Usually by the day after the peel is administered, your skin will turn red and then start to peel off. It will then scab over and ultimately reveal healthier looking skin as new, healthy cells emerge to the surface. The third and strongest type of peel is a Phenol acid peel, which goes even deeper into the skin, therefore requiring more healing time. This type of peel is rarely used today.

Medical Microdermabrasion and Chemical Peels can be used in conjunction with other facial procedures such as Botox® and Restylane® (the combination of treatments used depends on what is needed to give you the new look you desire). When administered correctly, they will smooth the surface of your skin, improve your skin tone and color, diminish wrinkles and shrink blood vessels and pore size.


Who are the Best Candidates for These Treatments?

Microdermabrasion and Chemical Peels can help clients with certain skin condition such as:

• Uneven skin tone and texture
• Brown spots
• Fine wrinkles and acne scars
• Hyper pigmentation
• Sun damaged skin or aging skin
• Treatment of acne

How Long Does The Treaments Take?
Microdermabrasion or a Chemical Peel generally takes about 20 to 30 minutes.

How Many Treatments Are Needed and
What Kinds of Results Can Be Expected?
The typical courses of treament consist of 4 - 8 treatments at 1 - 2 week intervals. After series of treatment you would be able to see improvement in your skin tone, skin texture and also decrease in the pigment and superficial scars and fine wrinkles.

Are the Treatments Safe and Painless?

Treatment is very safe and painless, and there is no anesthesia required. Even people who have sensitive skin can tolerate these treatments.


What Kind of Recovery Period is Needed After the Procedure?

You may have slight redness after the procedure, which will go away in one to two hours.

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