• Microdermabrasion Treatments, also known as the lunchtime facial, are quick procedures that can be finished in just thirty minutes. This non-surgical and nearly painless method is a secure and highly successful approach to rejuvenate the skin, bringing back a clear and youthful radiance. By removing the dead and lackluster outer layers of the skin, microdermabrasion encourages collagen production and revitalization. Following just one treatment, numerous patients notice significant enhancements in the tone, texture, and color of treated areas.

      Microdermabrasion has best results when done in a series of 3-6 treatments.
      We offer a discount for series of 3 and 20% off for a series of 6 when paid upfront.

      Microdermabrasion with Specialized Mask
      • Microdermabrasion with Specialized Mask – $175
      • Series of 3 Treatments – $475
      • Series of 6 Treatments – $840

      Additional Information

      • Oily or Dull Skin

        If you have oily skin, avoid cleansing too frequently. It may be tempting to wash multiple times a day to get rid of dirt, oil, and grease. However, excessive washing can actually be detrimental as it disturbs the skin's protective lipid layer. This makes the skin more susceptible to environmental damage and inflammation while causing moisture loss. Instead, opt for a cleanser suitable for your skin type and limit washing to twice a day at most. A Microdermabrasion treatment will result in smooth skin, and we will provide recommendations for the appropriate post-treatment products to maintain your beautiful complexion.

      • Mild Acne Scars

        Virtually all teenagers go through some form of acne issue. If not treated and cared for correctly, acne can leave lasting marks on the skin. To minimize acne flare-ups and avoid scarring, it's crucial to comprehend the root causes of acne and be aware of the most efficient acne treatment methods available.

        Acne is triggered by overactive sebaceous glands that generate excess oil and clog skin follicles. The reasons why this happens more in some individuals than others are not fully understood, leading to confusion. Successful treatment and prevention of acne scarring rely on a thorough comprehension of the actual causes of acne and how to address them effectively.

        Genetics: Acne is primarily caused by biological factors. When adolescents experience heavy shedding of skin cells inside hair follicles and an increase in oil production, the follicles become plugged, leading to acne eruptions. Genetics play a significant role in determining the severity of acne, with teenagers likely to inherit similar acne problems as their parents. Cosmetic dermatologists can offer effective treatments for acne and use advanced procedures to remove acne scars and restore a clear, healthy complexion.

        Medication: Acne is rarely caused by certain medications, although it is more commonly linked to genetics. Medications such as anabolic steroids, corticosteroids, some anticonvulsants, lithium, isoniazid and rifampin, immunosuppressants, and drugs containing iodine have been identified as potential acne triggers. If you suspect that your medication may be causing your acne, do not discontinue it without consulting your doctor. Instead, seek medical advice to explore alternative medications or appropriate acne treatments.

        Oily Skin: Despite what many people believe, acne is not actually caused by oily skin. However, because both oily skin and acne result from the overproduction of oil by sebaceous glands during adolescence, oily skin is often misattributed as the root cause of acne. Acne is primarily a result of clogged follicles beneath the skin's surface rather than an issue with oil on the skin itself. To manage acne, it's crucial to maintain good skincare habits, including daily cleansing to promote clear and healthy skin while removing excess oil. Nevertheless, excessive washing and harsh products can potentially irritate the skin and lead to acne scarring.

        The Foods You Eat: While some individuals think that specific foods can trigger or exacerbate acne, the reality is that diet has minimal impact on this skin condition. Consuming a well-rounded and nutritious diet can enhance overall well-being. Steering clear of foods that seem to exacerbate skin issues might reduce the intensity of an acne flare-up, but altering your dietary habits is not an effective method for treating acne.

        Stress: While stress may exacerbate acne, it is not the main cause. In fact, in numerous instances, severe acne outbreaks are actually the cause of stress rather than the other way around. Although stress management strategies can enhance overall mental and physical well-being, they are not effective for treating acne.

        Hormonal Changes: Acne can be activated by hormonal fluctuations in numerous individuals. The onset of adolescent acne is often attributed to the hormonal changes that occur during puberty. Certain women experience acne flare-ups during specific stages of their menstrual cycle or while pregnant. Nonetheless, genetics is the main determinant of whether acne will develop.

      • Fine Lines

        As time passes, the skin naturally develops wrinkles. Wrinkles are an inevitable part of aging and occur as the skin's underlying structure deteriorates. Environmental elements like sun exposure and personal behaviors such as smoking can accelerate this process and play a role in wrinkle formation. Additionally, habitual facial expressions can lead to the development of wrinkles, including smile and frown lines.

        Prevention of Wrinkles -Maintaining good skin health is crucial for preventing premature wrinkles. This involves following a nutritious diet, keeping the skin clean and hydrated, and avoiding factors that can harm the skin, such as sun exposure and smoking. A balanced diet rich in antioxidants from fresh fruits and vegetables is essential for healthy skin. Hygiene and hydration are also important for maintaining youthful skin, as clean and well-moisturized skin helps prevent wrinkles. Excessive use of cosmetics can damage the skin and worsen conditions like rashes, infections, and acne. Several behaviors contribute to premature wrinkles, with smoking being the most avoidable. Smoking can harm the skin by constricting blood vessels, reducing blood flow and depriving the skin of necessary nutrients. Environmental pollutants like automobile emissions have a similar effect on the skin. Exposure to sun, wind, and other environmental factors can also lead to wrinkles. Regular moisturization, daily sunscreen application, and appropriate clothing choices are effective ways to address these challenges.

      • Enlarged Pores

        Skin pores play a crucial role in maintaining skin health by supplying oil to keep the skin supple and well-hydrated. However, constantly being reminded of their presence every time you glance in the mirror is not ideal. Pores become more noticeable when they are enlarged, infected, or obstructed with oil, giving the illusion of being larger than they actually are. While it's not possible to permanently reduce the size of large pores, there are various methods to minimize their appearance.

        The size of pores is primarily influenced by genetics and age. Individuals with naturally thick and oily skin tend to have larger pores. As people age, sun damage and reduced skin elasticity can lead to pore dilation. The thickening of the skin causes cells to accumulate around the edges of the pores, making them appear larger. Blackheads also contribute significantly to enlarged pores as dirt and bacteria clog the pore, leading to an accumulation of oil that expands its diameter.

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