Maintaining healthy, youthful skin requires constant vigilance. You must continually assess your skin for firmness, sun damage, abrasions, dryness, blackheads & pimples, acne and an ever growing number of large pores. When you feel like you need to hit the reset button on your skin and turn back the clock, this may be the best treatment for you.
Microdermabrasion offers a way to freshen and rejuvenate your skin by removing dead skin cells and stimulating new, healthy skin growth. Though most commonly used on the face, microdermabrasion can help to improve skin on the hands, chest, neck, back and shoulders.
It’s easy to get started in your Microdermabrasion journey to a slimmer you. Your first step will be scheduling a consultation with a cosmeticsculpting provider.
The CosmeticSculpting believes in a wholistic approach to beauty and aesthetics. Our products and services are carefully refined to assist our clients in achieving alignment with what we like to call “the inner self-image”.
Hydradermabrasion includes microdermabrasion but is a much more advanced and complete treatment. Perfect for those who are serious about luxury skin care and only the best will do. This four step treatment will take a little more time but the results will leave you feeling like a new deity.
What To Expect
Microdermabrasion is a gentle treatment that will last for around 10-20 minutes. This procedure can have incredible results in treating acne, large pores, blackheads, pimples, oily skin, sagging skin, wrinkles and pigmentation issues.
Microdermabrasion treatments are extremely safe and effective. There may be some temporary redness, flaking or discoloration but this will disappear after your treatment. We recommend combining this procedure with one of our Collagen boosting 24k Gold Facial mask treatments to fully maximize your results and ensure a youthful and resilient skin rejuvenation.
Results will be felt almost immediately, however, for the best possible result we recommend fortnightly or monthly treatments over a period of 6-12 months or as required. Everyone’s skin is different and you will be the best person to determine how regularly you need treatments.