What is Microdermabrasion?
Microdermabrasion is a procedure that uses suction & exfoliation to remove the top layer of dead skin. By removing this top layer, radiant, younger looking skin is produced in its place.
When can I expect to see results?
Our guarantee is that after your first treatment, if done correctly, will leave you with softer & smoother skin. After 3-6 weeks of consistent use, once per week, individuals may see a reduced appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, dark spots, hyperpigmentation. But most of all, complete clearance of dead skin & pores, optimizing your Microdermabrasion treatment for the best result possible.
Who should use The Microdermabrasion Tool?
The Microdermabrasion Tool is suitable for all skin types. The Microdermabrasion Tool is recommended for any individual looking for smoother, softer skin with extra glow. Customize your treatment by adjusting the suction levels from 1-4, until you find a suction level you're comfortable with. The Microdermabrasion Tool reduces the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, brown spots, hyperpigmentation, blemishes & pores.
Who should not use The Microdermabrasion Tool?
If you are currently using chemical peels or products containing acids, including hydroxy acids, malic acid, lactic acid & retinoids/retin ingredients, you must wait at least 7 days before using The Microdermabrasion Tool. This may cause skin to be too sensitive and use of The Microdermabrasion Tool is not recommended. Consult your doctor or dermatologist if you are unsure that The Microdermabrasion Tool is suitable for your skin.
What happens if I get red marks after a treatment?
Some of our clients have found that if the device is held too long in one spot, or the skin is extra sensitive in that particular area, it could perform dermabrasion. A treatment performed by specialists where deeper layers of skin are removed. To help these areas to heal and regenerate, we would suggest the following:
1. Cleanse the skin after use
2. Keep the area moist to promote healing
3. Avoid sun exposure as new skin is more susceptible to sun damage
When your skin has healed and regenerated & you are comfortable in doing another treatment, we suggest that you do the following:
1. Move down to a lower suction level
2. Make sure you glide The Microdermabrasion Tool over each area just once & do not press down into the skin, rather let the suction pull your skin upwards
3. Hold the skin tight to allow The Microdermabrasion Tool to glide across
4. Keep the skin clean, moisturized & protected from the sun
What if no dead skin comes off after a treatment?
All depending on the individual using The Microdermabrasion Tool, not everyone will see the dead skin residue right away. This does not mean that The Microdermabrasion Tool is not fit for you. The amount of residue you see following your treatment is based on your skin type. Oilier skin types and individuals residing in humid climates, may not see dead skin residue right away, although the skin softness results will still be noticed.
Do I apply pressure while using?
No hard pressure is needed in most cases, all you need to do in glide The Microdermabrasion Tool over your skin.
What happens if I apply too much pressure?
When too much pressure is applied, The Microdermabrasion Tool may exfoliate beyond the dead skin layer. This may result in slight redness. The vacuum suction of The Microdermabrasion Tool is calibrated perfectly to remove dead skin. Do not apply unnecessary pressure.
Do I need to do anything in between treatments?
Yes, continue with your daily skin care routine whether it be face masking, moisturizing, etc. Always remember to moisturize after every Microdermabrasion treatment, as you will need the immediate re-hydration for optimal results.
Can I use my Microdermabrasion Tool more than once per week?
The Microdermabrasion Tool is designed for 1-2 treatments per week, allowing your body to rejuvenate the new, radiant and soft skin.
Does The Microdermabrasion Tool remove hair?
No, The Microdermabrasion Tool is designed to exfoliate your skin, hair removal is not included in the results.
Can you apply treatment close to your eyes?
No, only treat the skin on the outskirts of the eye socket. You will still see great results even though you do not directly treat the skin below the brown bone or above the eye bone.