What is Vibradermabrasion and how can it improve your skin?

Within the last decade, men and women have become increasingly concerned about   the early signs of aging, but don’t necessarily want to undergo surgery. This has created a surge in demand for non-surgical cosmetic solutions like Vibradermabrasion. But what exactly is Vibradermabrasion, and how does it help the skin?

What is Vibradermabrasion?

Vibradermabrasion is a newer method of microdermabrasion, (skin exfoliation), that removes the damaged outer skin layers. It is a safe technique that allows dermatologists to apply skin care productions while exfoliation is taking place.

During the procedure, the uppermost skin layer is removed with the use of paddles that vibrate at a very high speed. The paddles are covered with very fine abrasive particles, and as the paddles vibrate, the dead skin cells are displaced. The procedure is almost painless, and there is no downtime. It generally takes 4-6 sessions spaced about 7 days apart, to achieve the desired outcome.

Vibradermabrasion is a convenient procedure that takes 30 minutes or less, so it can easily be done in your lunchtime.

How Vibradermabrasion helps the skin?

Dermatologists employ Vibradermabrasion to treat a range of skin care issues. This includes hyperpigmentation, sun damage, acne, and acne scars. It is an effective anti-aging treatment, as it removes the dead skin cells that make the skin look old. This makes the skin look brighter and more youthful. Vibradermabrasion also speeds up cell turnover and stimulates collagen production, creating a marked improvement in the health of the skin.

Learn more about Vibradermabrasion by contacting the aestheticians at Skin Care Center in Chicago, IL. Why not give their Chicago office a call at 773-296-3636. They also have offices in Lake Forrest, IL, (847-234-6121) and Glenview, IL, (847-901-0252). You can also request an appointment by going to www.skincarectr.com/contact-us-pages-33.php.

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