Uses and benefits
The goal of microdermabrasion is to make a person’s complexion smoother, brighter, and more even in color.
People often request microdermabrasion to address:
- dullness in the complexion
- uneven skin tone
- uneven skin texture
- age spots
- dark spots that can form after acne clears up
- melasma, a common issue that forms dark spots or patches on the skin
What Happens After Microdermabrasion?
Since the treatment is so minimally invasive, there’s almost no downtime involved. It’s common for skin to be a bit red and a little tender for a day or so after treatment. Fortunately, this usually fades after about a day. People usually go back to work or school immediately after the treatment.
There are a few things you should do to protect your skin after the procedure. Since the skin will be a bit tender, you’ll want to be extra cautious about sun exposure. Avoid spending a lot of time outdoors and remember to use a sunscreen, even if you’ll only be outside for a few minutes at a time.
Is There Anyone Who Should Skip Microdermabrasion?
Like most cosmetic treatments, microdermabrasion isn’t right for everyone. If your skin is sensitive or you’re prone to rosacea, you’ll most likely want to skip treatment, as the exfoliation can be too irritating. If you’ve got an active infection, sunburn, cold sores or other inflammation on your face, it’s a good idea to postpone treatment until your skin has cleared up.
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