How could a series of Microdermabrasion treatments benefit me?
According to our skin care experts, a series of Microdermabrasion treatments could do the following:
• Improve dull, oily, or rough skin texture
• Minimize the appearance of enlarged pores
• Exfoliate and suction the clogged unsightly pores of Acne
• Polish and reduce the appearance of fine lines
• Improve mild discoloration due to Acne scarring
• Reduce mild pigment irregularities
• Enhance the penetration of therapeutic remedies such as supplementary ampules
• Eliminate white and black heads
• Enhance the overall appearance of your skin
How often should the treatments be given?
For optimum results, Microdermabrasion requires a series of treatments. While minor results can be achieved with a single treatment, you should not expect to see significant results after one visit. Cumulative results can be seen with as little as six treatments repeated one to three weeks apart. Our skin care experts recommend maintenance treatments at least once a month.
How many treatments are needed to achieve significant results?
The number of treatments required depends on the type of skin problems. During your consultation, a Gerard Bollei Salon aesthetician will analyze your specific situation and suggest a treatment plan designed to achieve the best results for you.
What results can I expect after my first treatment?
You can see some visible improvement in the skin after the first treatment. Although Microdermabrasion works best with a series of treatments, most people will notice improvement in their skin’s texture and their skin’s ability to absorb skin care products after just one treatment.
Do you perform Microdermabrasion on other areas beside the face?
Yes, there are many areas of the body that may benefit from Microdermabrasion. The most common areas are the face, neck, chest, and hands.
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Microdermabrasion – Stop the Clock on Aging
Microdermabrasion is a skin freshening treatment that helps repair all types of skin. It is especially recommended for sun-damaged skin and skin that is more mature. The aesthetician uses a device that spreads tiny sand crystals across the face, blending a gentle abrasion with a fine suction to remove the dead outer layer of skin.
When started early enough, this process may delay or even eliminate the need for more invasive treatments such as filler injections or cosmetic surgery. Through lymph stimulation and oxygenation, microdermabrasion works to firm and tone sagging muscles, redefine facial contours, promote cell renewal and increase the elasticity of the skin. In most cases, an improvement is noticeable immediately, but a series of microdermabrasion treatments is highly recommended to help achieve long lasting results.