A look at what microdermabrsion does-the procedure explained as well as the benefits.
Microdermabrasion DOES have side effects. Though microdermabrasion is considered safe there are side effects to contemplate before undergoing the procedure
Discover how long microdermabrasion lasts and what is involved in the procedure.
Microdermabrasion is good for a variety of skin conditions. Review the benefits to see if this procedure is right for you.
Microdermabrasion DOES work. This procedure erases or softens fine wrinkles, removes black heads, and treats acne scars.
Microdermabrasion CAN remove stretch marks. The use of microdermabrasion for stretch marks may be the only effective treatment currently available according to a French dermatologist.
A look at the difference between microdermabrasion and chemical peels-the procedure and the recovery time.
Not only does microdermabrasion work for stretch marks, some experts claim that microdermabrasion is the only truly effective treatment for stretch marks.
Microdermabrasion can help to reduce or eliminate enlarged pores. Genetics largely determine pore size, but age, diet, and hygiene can also play a part in the appearance of your pores.
It's usually not a one-shot deal. Take a look at how often you should get microdermabrasion for optimal results.
Microdermabrasion IS good for acne as long as you are not using an acne medication that makes the skin more fragile and vulnerable to blistering, wounding and scarring if subjected to microdermabrasion treatments.
Microdermabrasion is NOT recommended as safe during pregnancy due to hormonal changes that can affect your skin sensitivity and its ability to heal itself.
Microdermabrasion will not completely remove blackheads. However, when performed on a fairly regular schedule and coupled with an effective home cleaning regimen, it can help to improve your overall complexion.
Discover if microdermabrasion gets rid of wrinkles.
Microdermabrasion DOES help melasma, but it is usually not the first prescribed line of treatment. 90% of those suffering from melasma are . . .
Microdermabrasion does NOT help cellulite. It might improve the surface appearance of areas affected by cellulite, but microdermabrasion will not improve the actual cellulite itself.