Many people wish to restore healthy, glowing skin with minimal to no downtime meaning no time away from your regular activities. Microdermabrasion is a progressive, non–invasive treatment that uses a diamond–tip hand piece to produce gentle epidermal abrasion on the surface of the skin without requiring any time away from your usual schedule. By sloughing away these old, dead skin cells, microdermabrasion is able to reveal healthier, younger skin.
During a microdermabrasion treatment, a diamond tip hand-piece is passed over the skin. The hand piece uses different removable heads, which vary in the amount of exfoliation. The microdermabrasion uses suction to draw the tissue closest to the hand piece, which stimulates micro–circulation and increased blood supply. It also stimulates formation of new collagen and elastin to improve skin texture and elasticity.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is microdermabrasion painful?
There is no pain associated with this treatment and it can be performed in approximately 30 minutes.
When is a good time for microdermabrasion?
We recommend holding off during summer months as sun exposure must be limited before and in between microdermabrasion treatments. A sunscreen should be applied daily.
How much is a microdermabrasion treatment?
Pricing begins at $165. Contact ICLS to find out if this treatment is right for you.
Aftercare and Recovery
You may or may not be slightly pink after treatment, which can easily be covered with a light powder. We do recommend repeat treatments in order to maintain optimal results as dead skin cells will continue to build up approximately 30-60 days post treatment and will therefore need to be removed again to maintain that stunning glow.
Dr. Sheetal Sapra
Dr. Sheetal Sapra is a top dermatologist and pioneer of new technologies aimed at improving the lives and looks of his patients. Having practiced medical dermatology for more than 35 years, Dr. Sapra has made significant contributions to the field while treating issues such as acne, eczema, vitiligo, alopecia and psoriasis.Dr. Sapra’s Profile