Microdermabrasion involves the stratum corneum, the outmost dead surface of the skin that is removed by the light abrasion, which gets rid of the sun-damaged skin to remove or lessen scars and dark spots on the skin. Microdermabrasion can also be used for treatment of acne, but must be repeated periodically to be effective. Avoid taking Accutane medication for one year prior to microdermabrasion treatments.

Vacuum action stimulates blood and lymphatic flow, which helps accelerate the skin and repair process. Microdermabrasion is recommended for skin with sun damage, uneven and granular skin, blackheads, fine lines, wrinkles, enlarged pores, some minor acne scars and narrow stretch marks. Microdermabrasion works on improving skin tone and restoring the skins elasticity and clarity. Unlike traditional dermabrasion or chemical pealing, Microdermabrasion is done progressively instead of aggressively. This virtually painless process can be performed on all skin types and tones, with no possibility of scarring or hypo pigmentations. After Microdermabrasion, your skin feels fresh, tightened, and well oxygenated. A series of treatments can produce superb anti-aging results.