Microdermabrasion in Indianapolis
Facial Rejuvenation • Lunchtime Peel
Microdermabrasion is used to treat:
- Shallow acne scars
- Sun-damaged skin
- Dull or aging skin
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Uneven skin tone and texture
- Comedomes (white and blackheads)
The “lunchtime” peel stimulates the production of new skin cells and collagen. It is a non-surgical treatment that does not require anesthesia. Effects are not as dramatic as laser treatment however one notice smooth texture, eventually even skin tone. Some patients experience redness afterwards however one can return to work immediately.
A diamond tip exfoliates the epidermis (top layer of skin). With regular treatments, one can achieve the desired affects. Treatments last up to 30 minutes in length.
Common Question about Microdermabrasion
What is Microdermabrasion?
Microdermabrasion is a procedure using diamond tips to exfoliate the top layer of skin. It removes build-up keratin and stimulates the production of fresh, young skin cells and collagen. The procedure is used to help skin texture and tone, regardless of skin color and type.
How soon will I see results?
A smoother texture is noticed immediately. Improvements will continue throughout your treatments.
How long does a Microdermabrasion treatment take?
Most facial microdermabrasion treatments take 30 to 40 minutes. With other areas, the time will vary.
How many treatments will I need?
A minimum of six treatments are recommended for long-lasting outcomes. Treatments are usually performed every two weeks to every month depending on the treatment plan customized for you. Call and schedule a free consultation.
Who are good candidates for Microdermabrasion?
Any skin type or tones are good candidates for microdermabrasion. Clients who are interested in minimizing the appearance of scarring; discoloration; fine wrinkles; comedomes (acne); uneven skin tones; and dull, lifeless, sun-damaged skin.
Patients who have active herpetic infections; completed Accutane or derivatives of Accutane in less than six months; or with active infections or rashes in the desired treated areas should sustain from treatment with microdermabrasion until recommended by the physician.
For more information on Microdermabrasion in Indianapolis, IN, call our office at (317) 257-1484!