You’d be surprised how many people suffer from a variety of pigmented blemishes so it’s no wonder we are often asked does microdermabrasion help with pigmentation and skin blemishes? The good news is yes, so read on if you would like to know more!
There is a long list of factors which can cause these annoying pigmented blemishes such as genetic predisposition, sun damage, injury, irradiation, hormonal changes, the use of oral or birth control pills, pregnancy and even chemicals found in certain perfumes, soaps and shampoos – so no doubt we are all prone from time to time!
So, if you’re at the end of your tether, and the home remedies just aren’t working, why not give microdermabrasion a go?
First things first though – many people are keen to know – can it really help? And, the good news is yes – regular microdermabrasion treatments are proven to show significant benefits as a skin pigmentation treatment.
The many benefits of The SkinBase Facial™include:
- It is a progressive rather than aggressive treatment – each session reaches deeper into the skin to lift facial pigmentation
- Obvious smoothing of the skin
- Can be used on any skin tone from light to dark
- Whilst pigmentation on the face is the most common concern, SkinBase can treat numerous areas on the body
- Provides effective, visible results from the very first session
- Skin is left feeling smooth and youthful with the added benefit of reducing skin blemishes
The SkinBase Facial™ will ultimately act as a treatment for your pigmentation, although the final result and the number of treatments depends on a number of factors including the type of lesion, skin type, the degree of sun tan, size and depth of the vessels and the location to be treated. Your SkinBase therapist will advise you on the number of treatments during your consultation session.
Don’t just take our word for it though; why not take a look at the SkinBase videos to see how others benefited from the SkinBase Facial as a pigmentation treatment to remove facial pigmentation and skin blemishes.