Microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion (1)

Microdermabrasion is a type of aesthetic treatment that gently exfoliates the outer most layer of skin with a  finely crushed, diamond chip wand, while simultaneously vacuuming the dead skin cells away. Removing this outer layer leaves a smoother texture, promotes the growth of healthy, new skin cells and also stimulates the collagen beneath the surface resulting in a healthier and firmer appearance. Microdermabrasion is noninvasive and painless benefiting anyone who wants to rejuvenate the overall health and appearance of their skin.  It can be beneficial for conditions such as acne, thick, oily skin, rosacea, melasma and uneven texture or pigment.

You can expect softer, smoother and clearer skin after the first treatment and your improvements will continue with additional treatments.  Microdermabrasion is perfect before a special event, or a seasonal pick-me-up.  However, when packaged in a corrective series, typically two weeks apart, you can expect to see true correction with softer, healthier, and more even skin tone between 4 and 10 treatments.

Medical Microdermabrasion (45 minutes)
Full face and neck treatment includes thorough cleansing, microdermabrasion of face and neck, balancing mask and boost of antioxidants.
Back Micro (60 minutes)
Get deep physical exfoliation to remove bumps, soften scars and rejuvenate stubborn back skin.  Includes a relaxing back skin treatment with the added benefit of superior exfoliation for the most neglected of skin.

Dermatology Center of the Rockies cannot guarantee results as shown; results may vary due to individual skin health.

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