Skin Rejuvenation – Microdermabrasion
Nothing is quite as attractive as great-looking skin! AesthetiSpa uses the latest, most advanced techniques in microdermabrasion. This procedure helps diminish imperfections of the skin such as fine lines, sun damage, and acne scarring.
Microdermabrasion – Frequently Asked Questions
What is Microdermabrasion?
Our microdermabrasion is a medical technique for removing the topmost layer of skin leaving it supple and vibrant. The wand removes this layer of skin by gently abrading the skin with natural diamond chips while at the same time vacuuming the dead skin cells away in a sterile and controlled manner. Removing this outer layer of skin leaves a smoother texture and promotes new cell growth.
What are the advantages of our system?
At AesthetiSpa, we use the DiamondTome Skin Resurfacing System. Our system does not use crystals or other loose abrasives with adverse effects. It also does not contaminate the patient or the environment. The DiamondTome is a wonderful alternative to chemical peels because it is non-invasive, non-surgical and requires no down time after treatment. You will be able to return to normal activities immediately following treatment.
What to expect from the treatment:
Patients experience softer, smoother, cleaner skin after the first treatment. Treatment series vary from 6-12 sessions depending on the type of skin and the desired results.
What will the treatment feel like?
Our treatments are painless yet effective. The degree of effectiveness is controlled by a widely adjustable vacuum in conjunction with varying coarseness of wands. Because exfoliation occurs only as the wand is drawn across the skin, and there are no crystals being blasted against the skin, our system is regarded as gentler than other systems, even at the highest settings.
How will I look following the treatment?
Your skin may look slightly flushed immediately after the treatment but should return to normal in 10-30 minutes. Your skin will look and feel smoother and more youthful, even after your first treatment, and will continue to improve with additional treatments.