For people suffering from acne, acne scars, enlarged pores, age spots, or superficial scarring, microdermabrasion in Layton from Surface Med Spa is a quick and effective way to get clearer, smoother skin! Unlike more invasive procedures like chemicals peels or laser resurfacing, microdermabrasion is a machine-assisted exfoliation treatment with abrasive crystals that rub away unwanted layers of the outer skin. For people who aim to keep their skin healthy and refreshed, microdermabrasion in Layton at Surface Med Spa is the right choice. People with active lifestyles love microdermabrasion as a general skin maintenance procedure that takes only 30-60 minutes to complete. While most patients use microdermasion for their facial skin, this treatment is also available for most areas of the skin, including the back, chest, hands, and neck.
Also known as a Parisian Peel, a Diamond Peel, or simply as “Microderm,” the procedure is painless and completely non-invasive. Your custom microdermabrasion treatment in Layton from Suface Med Spa is based entirely on your skin type and its overall condition. Patients often compare a microdermabrasion procedure to the rough tongue of a cat licking your face. With no recovery time after a 30-60 minute session, people can start to wear make-up or non-irritating lotions immediately afterward. For some topical medications, microdermabrasion might even improve absorption because the oily outer layer of skin has been removed.
Microdermabrasion in Layton from Surface Med Spa removes an outer layer of the skin called the stratum corneum, which regenerates after 30 days. Our microdermabrasion specialists recommend treatment every 4 weeks for complete complexion imrovement.
Call us today to schedule a free consultation for microdermabrasion in Layton, Utah to see if this skin improvement procedure is right for you!
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