Microdermabrasion is used to treat a variety of skin conditions including acne, stretch marks, acne scars, age spots, enlarged pores, wrinkles, and rosacea, and that’s just the beginning. Good skin starts at the cellular level, and Microdermabrasion is arguably one of the most popular, time-proven methods of consistent skin care that dramatically improves skin tone and texture…even after just one treatment!
Simply put: Microdermabrasion is one of the most effective ways to maintain healthy skin that feels as good as it looks. For those struggling with mild to moderate acne, Microdermabrasion can be a monthly preventative treatment that is worth every penny. If you’re noticing premature signs of aging such as skin discoloration and sun damage, Microdermabrasion is a preferred way to gently buff away dry and damaged skin. Or, if you are otherwise happy with the condition of your skin, but are looking for a monthly “refresher,” Microdermabrasion is a great option.
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A Microdermabrasion treatment involves a “microderm machine” that emits a pressurized stream of crystals onto the skin’s surface, As a Medical Spa, Bell Aimée uses aluminum oxide crystals for it’s more aggressive and affective benefits.
As an acne treatment, Microdermabrasion is successful because of how well it unclogs the pores. When pores are relieved of dirt, oil and dead skin, acne can heal more quickly. Also, when dead skin cells are wiped away, acne causing bacteria cannot survive as easily. While everyone’s situation is unique, most people notice considerable changes in the skin’s tone and texture after one treatment, and a noticeable reduction in skin imperfections in as little as two treatments. A Series of six treatments is recommended for best results.
Microdermabrasion, also known as the “power peel,” is low risk and requires absolutely no downtime. It’s effective on its own, but Microdermabrasion can also be combined with Chemical Peels and laser or light-based treatments like IPL PhotoFacial. Microdermabrasion can actually improve the effects of both Chemical Peels and PhotoFacials by consistently removing dead surface skin.