Have you noticed your skin isn’t as bright and radiant as it used to be? Do you have rough patches or uneven pigment? Dull, rough, and uneven skin happen for various reasons—dead skin, dirt, and pollutants build up, leading to dull skin. The sun, stress, a poor diet, and cigarette smoke are just a few things that can have your skin looking less than its best.
Retail skin products will only go so far when it comes to transforming your skin. If you want to recapture a smooth, glowing complexion, chemical peels or microdermabrasion are ideal.
While chemical peel and microdermabrasion may sound a little intimidating, these are both minimally invasive skin treatments that have been proven safe and are done at your local dermatologist or med spa.
Microdermabrasion will work wonderfully if your skin is a little rough and uneven due to sun damage; however, if you have sun spots, rough patches, uneven pigment, and the wrinkles that typically go with sun damage. In that case, you’ll want a chemical peel designed to help with discoloration and texture.
Is it one or the other, or can you use both? The answer is yes, you can. Using microdermabrasion before your chemical peel can help prep the skin and allow the acids to penetrate deeper into your skin’s layers. Using both helps with a more intensive exfoliation and stimulates collagen and elastin production.
Whether you want to refresh your skin and get it back to glowing or looking to repair years of sun damage or the premature signs of aging, Adam And Eve Medical Aesthetics can help you achieve your skincare goals. Contact us today to learn more about microdermabrasion or chemical peels.
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