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Is Microdermabrasion For You?

Wanting to make enhancements to your complexion without the downtime of anything complex? Microdermabrasion may be just the thing for you!

Fine lines and sun damage are a part of life and our skin is a road map of our memories, from beach days to hours of laughter and smiles. We would never trade these moments for the world! However we can with a little help of the latest technologies we can help create smoother and brighter skin. 

As stated by Medical News Today ‘the goal of microdermabrasion is to make a person’s complexion smoother, brighter, and more even in colour’. (1)

The treatment consists of exfoliating and removing the superficial layer of your skin, this layer is where all your dry and dead skin cells sit and can cause your skin to look dull and tired.Through this exfoliation the natural turnover of your skin allowing fresh and new skin cells to appear on the surface of your skin, leaving a brightened appearance.

This treatment really is for anyone and is very safe for all skin types. The treatment is perfect for clients with ‘fine lines and wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, acne and acne scars, full or uneven skin tone, and sun damage’ as stated by Healthline. (2)

Microdermabrasion calls for a teeny tiny commitment my friend, for best results regular sessions at two week intervals are advised, in order to keep congestion of the skin down and enhance your skin’s ability to soak up all that goodness of your cosmeceuticals skincare.

This treatment is a definite must try for anyone that is wanted to enhance the brightness of their skin without the need for more intensive treatments. If you’re not already convinced of what microdermabrasion can do for you then get in touch with us today and book in your free skin consultation. One of our qualified nurses will go through the treatment with you, as well as access your skin and find out if microdermabrasion is for you!

Don’t wait any longer, get in touch with us today!

 

 

 

  1. https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/323443#overview
  2. healthline.com/health/microdermabrasion#_noHeaderPrefixedContent

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