Many of us are self-conscious when it comes to ageing and as much as we are preached at to grow old gracefully, sometimes the ageing process can be a bitter pill to swallow. If you are considering Microdermabrasion here’s all you need to know.
The SkinBase Facial™ works by targeting the top layers of the skin called the “epidermis”. As new cells are created, they push the older, ageing dead cells up and eventually off the body. Microdermabrasion treatment helps remove ageing skin cells and damaged skin layers to reveal fresher, smoother, clearer complexion. The microdermabrasion procedure is simple and effective, and it can rejuvenate your skin’s appearance in a short time with little or no discomfort.
Microdermabrasion is ideally suited for fine lines and wrinkles or skin that has been over-exposed to the sun. We’re all looking for a treatment that actually works and microdermabrasion treatments polish and soften the skin. Thus reducing fine lines and age spots on the face. The process is used to treat areas prone to fine lines and wrinkles. Often these lines are next to the eyes, on the cheeks, on the forehead, and the area around the mouth.
Why The SkinBase Facial™ as a Treatment for Ageing Skin?
- It is a simple, straightforward and painless treatment
- As effective as many more invasive surgical procedures, such as laser skin resurfacing, and does not require anaesthetic
- Enables you to return to your daily routine (with healthier looking skin!) with minimal disruption after treatment – (It’s known as the “lunchtime facial”!)
- Works on all types of skin, including sensitive skin
- More affordable than many other cosmetic skin treatments
- You’re left with glowing, radiant skin and younger looking skin
Look after your skin
It is important to avoid exposure to the sun after the treatment and use a high factor SPF every time you venture outdoors. Don’t forget to moisturise your skin thoroughly in the days following the treatment (which you should do anyway if you want to maintain younger looking skin!) Avoid any harsh products such as exfoliating scrubs and glycolic acid creams while the skin is more sensitive after treatment.