A more subtle form of exfoliation, microdermabrasion is often confused with a facial treatment, but it is actually a non-invasive procedure where the skin's surface layers are gently and efficiently scraped off.
Microdermabrasion can be used to treat acne scars, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, clear up acne, and even change someone's skin tone. This treatment is quick and easy; it can often be done in about an hour. Microdermabrasion can also be completed in-office with little or no downtime afterwards.
Microdermabrasion is a cosmetic procedure that has been around for many years. It uses a machine that scrubs off the top layer of your skin. This results in softer looking skin with fewer wrinkles and finer lines. Some people report having sensitive skin after microdermabrasion, but the procedure is safe as long as you find a specialist that is knowledgeable about the treatment and have them recommend which type of machine to use on your skin type.
It's not just for your face! You can get microdermabrasion on any part of your body where wrinkles and excess fat have started to accumulate, such as your neck, hands, and knees.