SkinBase Microdermabrasion was awarded ‘Best Advanced Treatment’ in The National Beauty Awards 2018, and we couldn’t be more thrilled! But what makes Microdermabrasion so great? Read on to find out…
First of all, what is it?
Microdermabrasion is a deeply exfoliating treatment. It uses intense yet gentle abrasive crystals to remove dead skin cells, excess oil and grime from the skin. Using a specialised machine, a fine jet of these abrasive crystals are passed over the skin, which loosens the unwanted particles. A gentle vacuum action sucks the debris away. As your course of treatment progresses, your therapist is able to increase intensity. Thich reaches into the deepest layers of the skin to really transform it.
What does it treat?
One of the best things about SkinBase Microdermabrasion is how versatile it is – so many people can benefit from its combined effect of exfoliation and tissue stimulation.
Acne, blemishes and scarring
The deep exfoliation of Microdermabrasion makes it excellent for people with acne and blemishes because it is able to clear out clogged pores, and remove the dead skin cells and excess oil that cause pore blockages in the first place. Microdermabrasion is also excellent for acne scarring because the exfoliation speeds up cell renewal, and the vacuum action stimulates circulation to promote healing.
Pigmentation and uneven skin
Many of us have skin imperfections that can range from red, bumpy areas, blotchy skin or age spots to patches of hyperpigmentation. These skin issues can be vastly improved by the increase in cell turnover that happens with Microdermabrasion; it helps the skin to shed the pigmented or blemish-causing cells far more effectively than it would be able to without an advanced treatment like this.
Ageing, fine lines and wrinkles
As we get older, our skin produces less and less collagen, which leads to fine lines, wrinkles and sagging. In addition to this, our cell turnover slows down too, which can cause the skin to look dull and lacklustre. Microdermabrasion is excellent at helping to combat ageing; the stimulating effect of the vacuum promotes collagen production to firm and plump the skin, and the exfoliation speeds up cell turnover for a brighter, fresher complexion.
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Dull, tired skin
Dark circles, a dull complexion, rough texture, sagging skin… these might not be recognised medically as ‘skin concerns’ but they’re certainly familiar to each and every one of us. Our skin goes through bad patches occasionally, whether it’s from illness, stress, tiredness or an unknown cause. Microdermabrasion will wake up your skin thereby stimulating it deep down to reveal a fresh, bright complexion.
Is it long lasting?
We recommend a 6-8 week course of Microdermabrasion treatments. Then monthly maintenance treatments afterwards to keep skin looking wonderful indefinitely! You can start to see improvements from day one, and the treatments are quick, relaxing and don’t require any downtime or recovery which makes them really convenient – a true ‘lunch break facial’.
What makes SkinBase microdermabrasion award winning?
Sometimes Microdermabrasion can seem too good to be true – eliminating skin concerns with a painless, relaxing, quick and easy treatment? We get it! But you don’t have to just take our word for it. Have a look at these before and after treatments and testimonials to see exactly what makes SkinBase Microdermabrasion an award winning treatment.
By now you probably aren’t wondering ‘why’ Microdermabrasion is a prestigious award winning treatment anymore! It’s effectiveness and versatility makes it a one-of-a-kind investment in your skin’s health. To celebrate Microdermabrasion’s success, SkinBase therapists across the country will be offering some fantastic deals on the 6th September. Don’t miss out, find your nearest therapist now.