Imagine achieving younger, smoother and more brilliant skin quickly and painlessly. That’s the beauty of microdermabrasion, a powerful exfoliating process that helps to remove dull, dead and lifeless skin cells from the face, uncovering beautiful, fresh and younger looking skin. Boulder Eyes / Beyer LASIK is the premier provider of Denver microdermabrasion services, with state-of-the-art equipment to facilitate a younger, more radiant you.
You may be familiar with at-home microdermabrasion products, but without the most technically advanced equipment on the market, you won’t see the beautiful results that are possible with a professional Denver microdermabrasion treatment.
The microdermabrasion technology has come a long way over the last several decades. Today’s microdermabrasion machines use handheld wands to deposit and “vacuum” up crystals created from aluminum oxide, which is the world’s second hardest mineral (just behind diamonds).
The Benefits of a Denver Microdermabrasion
Your Denver microdermabrasion treatment is a painless procedure that can help you achieve dramatic results over the course of several treatments. These treatments should be scheduled a couple weeks apart, and can result in firmer, younger and more radiant skin in a matter of weeks.
The beauty of the microdermabrasion is that your skilled technician can adjust the machine depending on your skin needs. That makes microdermabrasion treatments perfect for anyone, from normal to the most sensitive skin.
Preparing for Your Microdermabrasion Treatment
It’s important to properly prepare for your Denver microdermabrasion treatment. You should refrain from using exfoliating products, like Retin-A, at least three days before your treatment. You should also plan to stay out of the sun a few days before you have your treatment, and avoid waxing or plucking hair on your skin.
After your microdermabrasion, your skin may become slightly more sensitive. Because of this, you should use a gentle cleanser and moisturizer for several days after each treatment. Since your treatment will uncover new, more sensitive skin, avoid direct sun exposure for at least a week, and avoid using any glycolic, alpha hydroxy or topical acne medications.