Does Microdermabrasion Really Work?

Diamond Peel Microdermabrasion is a simple, straight forward, non-invasive procedure that revitalizes dull skin, reduces large pores, erases fine lines and wrinkles, acne scars, reduces pigment irregularities (hyperpigmentation), stretch marks and age spots.

Usually when starting  Microdermbrasion treatments, we do always recommend a course of 6 – 12 plus maintenance.

The time intervals for the maintenance treatments depend on the skin condition and concerns the individual may have. It is important to realise that results for each client do vary as we are all very different. There are two primary  types of Microdermabrasion systems on the market today, one one corner there is  crystal clear and on the other there is diamond peel. We only use the Diamond peel as this treatment process is a lot safer and superficial on the skin.

Generally as a rough guide only, it does take 2 sessions in order to see a result. These should be done every 2 – 4 weeks and should be maintained with aftercare which is compulsory in order to see the optimum results.

We do consistently emphasise the importance of skin aftercare (Which some take heed of and other’s nod and left  drift in one ear and out of the other). You will bluntly not see results on treatment plans alone. The more you give in to your skin the greater result you could achieve. Successful results will all be based on the number of treatments you undergo, the right interval gap for each treatment, your skin regime on a daily basis both morning and night, the food you consume and your water intake.

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So does microdermabrasion really work ? We don’t sell you promises, nor is it in our interests to do so, but we do sell you the results you are likely to get. for we have regular clientele who keep returning for maintenance upkeep, for they have seen great results from microdermabrasion treatments .

I recommend getting a free skin consultation done and asking any relevant questions you have there and then.

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