Introducing our new treatment: Microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion facial

 

Everything you need to know about the exciting new treatment now available at your local Skinsmiths clinic.

Battling dry, dull skin? Troubled by congestion or texture issues?  Or perhaps the winter weather is taking a toll on your complexion. 

If any of these sound like you, a microdermabrasion facial could be just the thing to get your skin looking back to its best! Now available at Skinsmiths, here’s everything you need to know about this skin-saving treatment. 

What is microdermabrasion and how does it work? 

Microdermabrasion is an advanced exfoliation treatment that helps to clear dead skin cell buildup, leaving you with a noticeable glow. It’s part of our menu of skin conditioning treatments that help to maintain healthy, happy skin and prepare the complexion for more advanced treatments too. 

A microdermabrasion works by using vacuum suction, diamond polishing and a hydrating serum to exfoliate, stimulate and deeply cleanse the skin. The vacuum suction pulls away dead skin cells, extracts impurities from your pores and stimulates increased blood flow. Meanwhile, the serum softens, cleanses and adds moisture back to your skin. 

What benefits can I expect from a microdermabrasion treatment? 

Thanks to the exfoliating, cleansing and hydrating properties of this treatment, you can expect: 

  • Refined pores 

  • Cleared congestion 

  • Improved skin texture 

  • Glowing skin 

What's the downtime? Are there any side effects? 

This is a non-invasive treatment. You might feel a slight ‘suction’-like effect on your skin during the treatment, and you might see some minor redness and a ‘tender’ feeling immediately afterwards, but these will go away on their own. 

The treatment takes just 30 minutes in total, so you can pop in on your lunch break and go back to normal activities after.  

For more information on microdermabrasion or any of our treatments, we’d recommend booking in for a skin consultation at your nearest Skinsmiths clinic.