Dermaplaning and microdermabrasion are a powerful duo, and both are completely non-invasive. Alternating Dermaplaning and Microdermabrasion treatments can maintain healthy, vibrant skin. Dermaplaning removes vellus hair, also known as “peach fuzz and exfoliates dead skin cells from the surface of the skin.
Many VIDA clients also like to pair microdermabrasion with microneedling, and it’s a combination recommended by our skilled estheticians. Microneedling works by creating thousands of micro-channels in the top layer of the skin. An FDA approved device is used to create micro-channels in the skin. This encourages the body to increase blood flow and start producing more collagen.
You might also want to pair microdermabrasion with a superficial chemical peel. These light chemical peels remove only the very top surface of the skin in a controlled environment, to help with pigmentation and minimize sun damage. However, keep in mind that chemical peels are a topical, customized procedure. You can help them to better penetrate the skin by removing dead skin cells from the surface with microdermabrasion first. It’s the ultimate precursor to your chemical peel. This combination is often known as a Microderm-Peel, and is a popular treatment for improving skin that has a rough texture, uneven tone, or wrinkles.
Your unique skin concerns can be addressed with a personalized consultation. Even better, this technique also helps to stimulate new skin growth and collagen production, resulting in a more youthful complexion. Any skin type is suitable for a Microderm-Peel, and while you’ll see results after one treatment, more significant results are revealed after a package of five treatments.