Medical Microdermabrasion is today's most trusted gentle, non-invasive skin rejuvenation therapy. Medical Microdermabrasion uses a directed stream of micro-crystals, combined with a vacuum to rejuvenate the skin.
A must for all skin types, this safe and effective non-invasive exfoliating procedure removes the top layers of dead skin cells. The outcome is smoother, clearer, young-looking skin.
The treatment addresses the most common skin conditions with topicals for hydrating, skin lightening, and acne. The result is an improvement in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, uneven skin tone, as well as sun-damaged and acne-prone skin. The face, neck, décolleté, and hands may be treated.
Medical Microdermabrasion can easily be performed during your lunch hour so you can return immediately to your normal activities. Your skin will have a warm, pinkish glow that will usually fade in about 30 minutes, leaving your skin looking healthy and renewed. While you may see visible results after the first treatment, lasting and more significant results will be seen after 4 to 6 treatments, each spaced three to four weeks apart, supplemented by a daily post-care routine.
Pros of Medical Microdermabrasion
The immediate result with no downtime, pain, or side effects.
Improved look of scars, wrinkles, and skin spots.
Effective for all skin types and safe for all skin tones
Cons of Medical Microdermabrasion
When used on its own this treatment cannot help more serious skin conditions such as deep acne, or eczema.
Not suitable for rosacea
Requires multiple sessions and maintenance treatments for maximum effectiveness
The skin may feel sensitive and be sensitive to the sun immediately after.
Mild acne scars
Mild complexion problems (such as poor skin texture and uneven pigmentation)
Use of Accutane ( patient must have discontinued their use of Accutane at least 6 months prior to receiving a Parisian peel)
Weeping or open pimples
Active herpetic breakout
Rash, wound, or random skin irritation in on the area to be treated
Products to discontinue before a treatment
Accutane use must be discontinued at least 6 months prior to receiving a Parisian Peel
Topical retinoid creams must be discontinued temporarily, at the minimum of 3 days before a Parisian Peel
The client will leave with moisturizer and sunblock on
The client can wash their face that night, using their normal cleanser and moisturizer
The client can begin the use of the retinoid creams the next morning
Sunscreen is necessary after a Parisian Peel. The client should reapply throughout the day if in constant or strong sunlight.
The skin will be red or flushed after a treatment, which is normal. The redness dissipated by that evening or the next morning.
Any dryness can be alleviated with the client’s normal moisturizer.