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Say goodbye to fine wrinkles, acne scars, and annoying sunspots with a simple, painless technique that takes less than an hour to complete. You can have a microdermabrasion treatment during your lunchbreak and go straight back to work. Our microdermabrasion in Evansville is a skin resurfacing treatment that will make your skin look younger, fresher, and healthier – and give you more confidence in your appearance.

What is microdermabrasion, and how does it work?

Microdermabrasion is one of several skin resurfacing treatments we offer at Bella Vi. If you’re looking for a gentler option to a chemical peel or laser resurfacing, this could be the perfect way to restore a healthy glow to your facial skin. Your specialist will gently exfoliate your skin using aluminum oxide microcrystals. This leaves your skin smoother and fresher than exfoliants, and it stimulates the production of collagen, triggering your skin’s rejuvenation process. You’ve probably heard of the “lunchtime peel,” that’s what we, in the profession, call microdermabrasion, because it only takes one hour to produce great results, with no recovery time.

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What results should I expect from microdermabrasion?

If your aesthetic goal is to get rid of unevenly colored skin, sunspots, acne scars, fine lines, wrinkles, or blotchy skin, microdermabrasion offers the perfect solution. This treatment is suitable for both men and women of all colors and skin types.

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What is the difference between microdermabrasion and dermabrasion?

You may also have heard of dermabrasion and wonder how microdermabrasion is different. While dermabrasion can remove scars, wrinkles, and sunspots, the procedure is more invasive than microdermabrasion and often requires a general or local anesthetic. It takes longer than microdermabrasion; some treatments last up to two hours. Following dermabrasion, the skin remains red, swollen, and sensitive for up to ten days.

Non-invasive skin rejuvenation with microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion is much less invasive than dermabrasion. Your specialist will use a small, hand-held device to spray and circulate a high-pressure flow of aluminum oxide crystals onto your skin. The gentle friction removes dirt and dead skin cells, which are then vacuumed into the microdermabrasion treatment system, leaving your skin clean and smooth.

What are the side effects of microdermabrasion?

Because this treatment only affects the epidermis – the skin’s outermost layer – the procedure is minimally invasive. You will feel little discomfort and experience few side effects. Your skin may feel slightly warm and look a little flushed during the treatment, but this will resolve as soon as the treatment is completed. If you have extremely sensitive skin, you may experience longer-lasting redness, mild skin peeling, alight bruising, and minimal scabbing. However, this will quickly resolve without any long-term damage to your skin.

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