Microdermabrasion

Treat Rough Skin, Blackheads, & Clogged Pores

Microdermabrasion is a popular skin-polishing technique.The procedure is quite simple and produces significant results. Crystals are projected onto the skin under pressure; the stream of micro-crystals cleanses the surface. It is very much like “sand papering” the skin’s surface, in a very uniform manner. A mild suction vacuums away the dead outer layer of the skin through an attached hand piece. After just one treatment, your skin will have a fresh pink glow. You will see improvement with each treatment! The treatment takes about an hour with little or no discomfort. Since there are no harsh chemicals or anesthetics used in this technique, one has no down time. You can return to work or social activities immediately.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of Microdermabrasion?
Microdermabrasion rejuvenates uneven, rough, sun-damaged skin and cleans up acne, whiteheads and blackheads, opens clogged pores and minimizes enlarged ones.

What can I expect during the procedure?
The procedure is quite simple and produces significant results. Crystals are projected onto the skin under pressure; the stream of micro-crystals cleanses the surface. It is very much like “sand papering” the skin’s surface, in a very uniform manner. A mild suction vacuums away the dead outer layer of the skin through an attached hand piece. After just one treatment, your skin will have a fresh pink glow. You will see improvement with each treatment! The treatment takes about an hour with little or no discomfort. Since there are no harsh chemicals or anesthetics used in this technique, one has no down time. You can return to work or social activities immediately.

How often should I have Microdermabrasion?
For optimum results, it is recommended that 4 to 6 treatments be performed about 14 days apart. Having a microdermabrasion performed on a monthly or bi-monthly schedule is a great way to maintain clean, healthy skin.

Are there any side effects of Microdermabrasion?
Possible side effects of Microdermabrasion are minimal and are temporary. Depending on sensitivity, the skin may have some puffiness and redness immediately after the procedure. These effects are greatly reduced or completely gone within a few hours. Microdermabrasion is not recommended for people who have Rosacea or facial redness and/or broken capillaries of the face.

Is there a way to make Microdermabrasion more effective?
At Dermalase, we customize every microdermabrasion based on the particular needs of the patient. Some patients need a glycolic or other light chemical peel; others may require a specific type of mask. These treatments will help enhance the effectiveness of the procedure giving you better, longer lasting results. Only a trained aesthetician can determine what your specific needs are.

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Our Office

972-769-SKIN

3550 Parkwood Boulevard
Suite 205
Frisco, Texas 75034

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Monday-Friday: 8:30-5:00
Saturday: 9:00-12:00
Sunday: Closed