The Best Skin­care Treat­ment Combination is Mi­cro­der­mabra­sion with IPL

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Proper diet, ex­er­cise, and per­sonal hy­giene cre­ate much of what oth­ers see when they look at us. Even if we main­tain good per­sonal habits, we still age. As we age, col­la­gen pro­duc­tion de­clines and weak­ens skin struc­ture. Wrin­kles ap­pear, skin sags, and lines form around the eyes and mouth. Ex­po­sure to sun also changes the sur­face. Don’t wait un­til you feel you need a face lift be­fore ex­plor­ing how you can im­prove your ap­pear­ance. Main­te­nance treat­ments are af­ford­able. Just as you go to the den­tist, con­sider vis­it­ing a med­i­cal aes­thetic clinic ev­ery 6-12 months. A short se­ries of treat­ments can build col­la­gen, in­crease firm­ness, and im­prove hy­dra­tion of the largest body or­gan, skin.

Mi­cro­der­mabra­sion and In­tense Pulse Light (IPL) com­bined pro­vide an ex­cel­lent choice to im­prove the tex­ture of the skin, un­wanted blem­ishes, or skin spots. First the mi­cro­derm is per­formed pre­par­ing the sur­face to achieve the best re­sults from the IPL.

Med­i­cal grade mi­cro­der­mabra­sion uses ster­ile gran­ules ap­plied with a pow­er­ful skin vac­u­um­ing and suc­tion­ing process which in­crease mi­cro­cir­cu­la­tion in the skin. The back and forth mo­tion of the pro­fes­sional grade mi­cro­der­mabra­sion tip re­moves dry, dead skin cells, lift­ing them off the stra­tum corneum. Clogged pore plugs are lifted from the pore open­ings as well. The re­sult is skin that in­stantly feels and looks buffed to a bright and lu­mi­nous glow.

An IPL can be ad­justed to tar­get a wide va­ri­ety of is­sues. IPL is a great choice to ad­dress the signs of rosacea, sun dam­age, age spots, and skin tex­ture. The treat­ment also re­duces large pores and acne, cor­rects dark cir­cles around the eyes, and re­duces fine lines. It takes just a few min­utes and you can re­sume nor­mal ac­tiv­i­ties im­me­di­ately. Af­ter treat­ment, the skin feels smoother and has a more even tone.

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