February 20, 2019

Microdermabrasion is an advanced facial treatment that not only gives your face a luminous, glowing appearance, it can also treat a handful of skin problems- including dry skin. In fact, dry skin is one of the issues frequently treated with this revolutionary procedure.

What Does Microdermabrasion Do?

Also known as the “lunchtime facial”,  Microdermabrasion is a quick procedure that usually takes about half an hour. It is only the slightest bit uncomfortable, and most individuals don’t complain of pain at all. The procedure involves removing the layer of dead skin from your face, neck, or another area through deep exfoliation.

How Does Microdermabrasion Help Dry Skin?

Microdermabrasion helps to solve dry skin problems in a couple of ways. First, it removes the outer layer of dead skin, which is usually what you’re feeling when you notice your skin is dry. The skin underneath this layer is much smoother and suppler, and you will notice a real difference even minutes after your procedure has ended.

The best news is microdermabrasion also helps increase the collagen production in your skin, which helps keep your skin naturally lubricated. The flow of blood to your skin will also be increased because your newer skin cells are now at the surface. All in all, this makes for healthier, smoother skin for longer periods of time.

Why Choose Microdermabrasion for Dry Skin?

We understand why many people feel that choosing microdermabrasion to treat a common issue like dry skin is unnecessary. After all, there are plenty of creams and moisturizers that are much less expensive and easier to apply that promise hydrating, helpful results.

There are many reasons why Microdermabrasion is actually much better at treating dry skin over time. This procedure actually stimulates the skin cells while removing the dead cells at the same time. Moisturizers can’t accomplish this. Even an at-home exfoliant can’t offer anything nearly as impressive as the results associated with microdermabrasion. Furthermore, people who have chronic dry skin issues are often just providing themselves with a temporary solution when using creams or moisturizers.

When you have dry skin there are so many dead skin cells blocking access to the newer cells that moisturizers can’t reach. After a microdermabrasion treatment, however, these solutions become more effective because of the removal of the dead cells. In short, microdermabrasion offers a real, long-term solution to the issue of dry skin.

Want to Learn More About Microdermabrasion?

Call 972-258-7464 or visit our website to discuss microdermabrasion for dry skin. We’re ready to answers your questions about Microdermabrasion and schedule you for your first treatment if you’re ready to look more youthful and vibrant.

 

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