The entire tone and texture of the skin can be renewed with the less invasive treatment of microdermabrasion. 

It can lessen the look of melasma, age spots, acne scars, fine lines, wrinkles, and other skin-related issues and conditions.

The majority of skin types and hues can be treated safely using microdermabrasion at BareFace Aesthetics.

Microdermabrasion is a treatment that our estheticians advise patients with issues including mild sun damage, uneven skin texture, or dull skin.


How Does It Work?

The BareFace Aesthetics offers one of the best microdermabrasion treatments.

In order to revitalize the skin, a specialized applicator with an abrasive surface is used to sand away the skin’s thick outer layer gently.

An alternative kind of microdermabrasion uses suction to squirt tiny sodium bicarbonate or aluminum oxide particles to achieve the same results as an abrasive surface.

It exfoliates the epidermis, the top layer of skin, using microparticles or a wand with a diamond tip, and encourages new skin growth. 

This method increases collagen production, keeping your skin taut and youthful-looking.

Prior to treatment, you might be advised by our experts to wait about a week before using tanning products, waxing, or exposure to the sun. 

You might also be told to cease using exfoliating lotions and masks around three days before your treatment.

For microdermabrasion, neither an anesthetic nor a numbing agent is required.

Our specialist will apply the particles with portable equipment or sand away the skin’s outer layer in the desired regions. 

Your skin will be covered in a moisturizer and sunscreen after the procedure.

How Long Is A Session? How Many Sessions Are Needed?

The in-office procedure of microdermabrasion typically lasts up to 30 to 60 minutes. 

It is usually carried out by a certified skin care specialist at BareFace Aesthetics, who works under the direction of our medical expert. 

Your skin issues’ severity and expectations will determine how many microdermabrasion sessions you require.

You will get a schedule for the initial number of sessions and regular maintenance treatments.

According to our specialist, Five microdermabrasion sessions are carried out at intervals of 7–10 days. 

Microdermabrasion Side Effects

Microdermabrasion frequently causes minor pain, edema, and redness as adverse effects. However, these disappear after several hours of the treatment. 

The use of a moisturizer might be suggested to you by our health professional to reduce dry, flaky skin. Minor bruises could also develop, and the suction process mainly causes this during the treatment.

At BareFace Aesthetics, patients report that their skin is smoother after treatment, need less makeup, and are pretty happy with their appearance.

Aftercare Of The Treatment

After the treatment, you should instantly notice a difference. 

The downtime following microdermabrasion is minimal to nonexistent. You should be able to get back to your regular schedule right away.

After treatment, refrain from utilizing topical acne treatments for at least one day. Use moderate skin care products and keep your skin nourished. 

It’s important to use sunscreen after the treatment to protect your skin. In the initial weeks following the treatment, your skin may be more sensitive to the sun.

Discussing your skin troubles with our skincare expert is an excellent idea to determine whether microdermabrasion is the best option for you. 

You can Discuss any previous operations, cosmetic procedures, sensitivities, and health issues in our one-to-one free consultation services.