The Best Microdermabrasion In Irving Texas
Microdermabrasion is a great non-surgical re-surfacing procedure to reduce fine lines, post acne scars, hyper-pigmentation. Microdermabrasion stimulates collagen and elastin production in your skin and offer the additional benefit of no “down time” to recover. It includes crystals exfoliation followed by a regenerating, healing and hydrating mask.
Microdermabrasion is a physical removal of dead skin cells by crystals (aluminum oxide, salt or baking soda, diamond tips) that loosen and lift the cells, then a vacuum sweeps away the cells and crystals while incising the circulation of blood and lymph.
Microdermabrasion creates results in epidermis (outer layer of dead cells) and dermis with its connective fibers of the skin (collagen and elastin) that supports its form. Jennifer Anderson (a licensed paramedical esthetician with over 21 years of experience) explains to her clients: “Microdermabrasion is a controlled trauma procedure. The nurcery layer where all the cells are generated from gets stimulated. After three to four treatments, depending on client, the basal layer gets fatigued, and calls for backup from dermis. Then collagen and elastin are produced.”
Number of treatments depends on skin tipes and conditions and also how long it took to get this condition you want to be fixed. But result is seen from very first microdermabrasion treatment in improving:
- Sun damage
- Acne scars and pore sizes
- Tone and clarity of the skin
- Elasticity and firmness
- Fine lines and wrinkles
Maintenance is necessary as it is impossible to stop the aging process. Depends on skin type and condition and expected results next treatments can be performed from 2 to 4 weeks apart.
After microdermabrasion when you have removed the dead skin layer skin care products can be more quickly penetrated, providing skin with an immediate surge of moisture, nutrients, acids and vitamins. It is very important to use pharmaceutical skin care products with SPF protection to shield the newly exfoliated skin.
There are some contraindications for microdermabrasion