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Microdermabrasion Facial

Microdermabrasion is a minimally invasive procedure used to renew overall skin tone and texture. It can improve the appearance of sun damage, wrinkles, fine lines, age spots, acne scarring, melasma, and other skin-related concerns and conditions.

This in turn promotes the development of healthy cells, collagen and elastin, while softening the appearance of fine lines. The result is a healthy, smooth and even complexion. Schedule a visit to see the results that microdermabrasion treatment offers and see your new glowing complexion come alive today.

Commonly Asked Questions

1. Is there any downtime after microdermabrasion?

No, you could get a microdermabrasion trreatment during your lunch hour and go back to the office without anyone being the wiser.

2. Does microdermabrasion hurt?

A microdermabrasion definitely does not hurt, although some clients find it a little uncomfortable. Our unit is a “medical” mirodermabrasion machine, which can be adjusted for strength, and Moneek will always use the appropriate levels for each individual client.

3. How often can I have microdermabrasion done?

If on a “corrective series” microdermabrasion can be done weekly. Moreover, many of our clients use it to control acne breakouts by having treatment on a monthly basis.

4. Can everyone get microdermabrasion?

Most people are good candidates for microdermabrsion, but if you have very fragile, thin skin with excessive broken capillaries, it is best to have a HydroFacial.

Pre-Care Instructions

  • Do not use Retin-A, Accutane, and any other aggravating creams or lotions 24 to 72 hours prior to your appointment.

  • Do not take this treatment if you had recently done the following treatments:

  • Laser Surgery

  • Chemical Peel

  • Collagen injections

  • Wax

  • Sun tanning treatments or products

Post-Care Instructions

  • Use the following products on the treated area:

    • A gentle cleanser

    • A Moisturizer

    • A broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of 50+ or higher.

    • Creams or cold compresses to soothe the skin as necessary.

  • Avoid the following:

    • Irritating the area by picking, scratching, or using harsh chemicals.

    • Exposure to the sun to prevent UV ray damage on your skin.

  • Avoid the products that include the following ingredients for 5 days after the treatment:

    • Glycolic acid

    • Salicylic Acid

    • Retinol

    • Benzoyl Peroxide

    • Topical Acne medications

  • Ask our medical technician when to return to your daily skin care routine

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