Microdermabrasion (MD) uses ultra fine micro-crystals to exfoliate the skin. During the treatment, skin is first cleansed to remove makeup and prepare the skin for treatment. A fine jet of abrasive crystals is then jetted over the skin, lifting away dead skin and grime. This unblocks pores and stimulates collagen production.
Microdermabrasion is a fantastic way to rejuvenate skin. Removal of dead skin cells reveals the younger cells below and allows Skincare products to absorb into the skin more effectively. Your complexion will immediately look fresher and more radiant. The gentle vacuum action removes the debris and stimulates microcirculation. This increases cell renewal thus reducing the appearance of fine lines and pigmentation.
The SkinBase MD facial is a gentle and effective way to achieve a clean, smooth and radiant complexion. A progressive treatment, therefore, we recommend a course of 6 MD facials to see the best results.
As the market demand grows for more advanced treatments, micro needling is becoming more popular whilst microdermabrasion remains a solid staple. All treatments have a place within the industry and offer amazing results, so here is a break down of two of the most popular salon treatments.
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Start by cleansing the skin using a gel or foaming cleanser. Then a fine jet of tiny exfoliating crystals is worked methodically over the skin. The crystals loosen the dead skin and dirt and a vacuum action sucks away the crystals and dead skin and stimulates blood flow.
Keratosis pilaris is the name for those little bumps you get on the back of the arms, that make your skin feel rough a bit like permanent goosebumps.
Suffering from acne is bad enough, but it’s the scarring left behind that can cause the most distress. Whilst a spot can last for a week or so, the scarring left behind can last for much longer, forever even.
microdermabrasion and dermaplaning have distinct differences and boast their own advantages and disadvantages. Here we share with you the pros and cons of Microdermabrasion vs. Dermaplaning so you can make the best treatment decisions for your clients.
We’re all getting older even if we have no specific skin complaints, Microdermabrasion will remove old, dead skin cells and stimulate collagen and elastin production, which keep our skin strong and flexible.