Sunday Herald Sun - Stellar - - Beauty -

For a non-in­va­sive, gen­tle-yet-deep ex­fo­li­a­tion, it’s hard to go past mi­cro­der­mabra­sion, a speedy ser­vice (it clocks in at around 30 min­utes) that uses a suc­tion wand to resur­face skin and stim­u­late blood flow. Laser Clin­ics Aus­tralia now of­fers cus­tomised mi­cro­der­mabra­sion for five com­mon is­sues: sen­si­tised, de­hy­drated, dull, break­out-prone or age­ing skin. The ther­a­pist per­forms five steps – cleanse, ex­fo­li­ate (the mi­cro­der­mabra­sion de­vice), cor­rect, hy­drate and pro­tect – with prod­ucts for your spe­cific skin is­sue. Ex­pect mild dis­com­fort if us­ing one of the acid-based prod­ucts, plus slight red­ness (both quickly dis­si­pate), and you’ll need to steer clear of the sun and hold off on any ac­tive skin­care for a few days. A course of treat­ments is rec­om­mended for max­i­mum re­sults, but even af­ter just one ses­sion, there will be a no­tice­able change.

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