How does microdermabrasion help my skin?

Would you like to enhance your complexion and refresh the appearance of your skin?  Microdermabrasion can help.  Microdermabrasion is a quick, convenient procedure that can rejuvenate your skin and tackle surface level flaws.  It is a safe, effective treatment that is suitable for all skin types. But how does microdermabrasion help your skin.

What is microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion is a minimally invasive skin resurfacing treatment that exfoliates dead skin cells and other debris from the surface of the skin, using a diamond or crystal microdermabrasion system.  Crystal-free microdermabrasion is done using a diamond-tipped device that gently smooths away dead skin cells, and polishes the skin.  The exfoliated skin cells are vacuumed away.

How does microdermabrasion help my skin?

If you would like to refresh the appearance of your skin without resorting to more invasive procedures, microdermabrasion may be the ideal treatment for you.

Microdermabrasion removes the outer layer of dead skin cells that accumulate on the skin, and cause it to appear dull and dry.  Clearing away the old skin cells allows the newer cells to emerge, and restores the radiant, vibrant appearance of the skin.   Microdermabrasion also smooths the texture of the skin, and promotes cellular turnover.

Microdermabrasion improves the complexion by getting rid of discoloration, as well as concerns associated with aging skin, such as sun damage, fine lines, and age spots.  It also detoxifies the skin by unclogging pores, making the complexion clearer and brighter.

Exfoliating the skin with microdermabrasion allows skin care products to penetrate the deep skin layers, and therefore work more efficiently. 

Would you like to learn more about the benefits of microdermabrasion?  Search our directory to find a practice in your area.  

If you are in the Vancouver, BC area, Yaletown Laser Centre is our featured practice.

You can reach them at, or by calling 604-714-5321.

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