What Areas of the Body Can Be Treated?
The face is the most common area for treatment, which is understandable since that’s the first thing most people see when they look at a person.
Who is Not a Candidate for Microdermabrasion?
This treatment is not recommended for anyone looking to remove deep scars, keloids, sunburns, rosacea, eczema, active acne, or deep scars. These more serious skin conditions are best treated with alternative treatments. The treatment is not recommended for anyone with skin cancer or infectious skin conditions such as warts, herpes, or unstable diabetes. Microdermabrasion is not recommended for pregnant women.
What are the Long-Term Results?
The treatment will most likely result in thicker, healthier, younger-looking skin. It will roll back minor skin ailments like fine lines, clogged pores, minor acne, sun damage, uneven skin tone, and oily or dry skin. After a full course of treatments, your body will produce new layers of skin with a higher level of collagen and elastin. Your skin will have a healthy, youthful glow.