Skin Peels and Microdermabrasion
Skin Peels & Microdermabrasion: What happens during treatment?
Microdermabrasion is performed first to remove the top layer of dead skin cells.
This top layer of cells shed naturally and speedily when we are in our teens and early 20’s.
As the skin ages though the natural shedding slows, which results in a dulling of the skins natural glow and highlights fine lines and wrinkles.
Thus removing this top layer leaves skin looking smoother and more youthful.
When Microdermabrasion is used prior to proliferation treatments such as the Procedure peels, the overall results of the peel will be vastly enhanced and any potential down time from skin shedding, associated with the stronger treatments reduced.
Skin Peels & Microdermabrasion: Combination Therapy
Skin peels and microdermabrasion go hand in hand to produce a very effective and profitable treatment.
This combination treatment gives the flexibility to perform a mild or a more aggressive treatment and tailor skincare regimes to meet your individual needs.
Dermagenesis Medical Microdermabrasion Machines, combined with Procedure peels and Rational skincare, are proven to work very successfully in tandem to form a highly effective combination treatment.
Skin Peels: How do I get optimum results?
Although treatments such as skin peels can be performed as a one off treatment, to achieve optimum results, a thorough consultation and preparation of the skin is encouraged, followed by a course of 3 skin peels combined with medical microdermabrasion.
Skin Peels: What areas can skin peels treat?
Starting from a basic Vitamin C peel through to a high strength treatments, even severe skin conditions such as pigmentation and acne are treated with more efficacy.
The neck, décolletage hands and back can also be treated.
Skin Peels: Do they suit all skin types?
Yes, skin peels suit all skin types.
The added benefit of the procedure/skin peels is that they are individually tailored not just to suit all skin types, but to the different areas on your face.
For example, an oily T-Zone would be treated differently to other areas on the face.
Microdermabrasion: What is Microdermabrasion?
Microdermabrasion is the mechanical exfoliation of the skin, removing the upper layers (stratum corneum) to produce a refreshed, renewed and retexturised appearance.
The process uses a vacuum suction and fine abrasive crystals to polish and resurface all skin types. As we age, our skin cell turnover slows down as does collagen and elastin production.
Microdermabrasion is like an accelerated exfoliation. It helps to promote collagen, elastin and cell nutrition and speeds up cell production.
Excellent for the treatment of acne; fine lines and wrinkles; pigmentation (brown spots); resurfacing and rejuvenation; and the removal of blackheads and blocked pores.
Skin Peels: What are Procedure/Skin peels?
Skin peels are a natural progression from facials and the Procedure peel treatments are non-irritating, pain free and cause no redness or irritation.
These unique treatments cause significant stimulation of the fibroblasts deep within the skin to produce new collagen and elastin.