Recent Examples of microdermabrasion from the Web
Madonna’s dermatologist has a solid line of microdermabrasion products.
Relax Make the 15-minute drive to Peppermint Organic Spa for their suite of relaxing holistic services like sea-salt microdermabrasion and Reiki; all skin-care treatments use only scent-free products.
Without getting into too much of the nitty gritty details, this is basically what happened: the aesthetician started with a crystal-free, diamond-tip microdermabrasion concentrating on large pores, fine lines, wrinkles and hyperpigmentation.
The club also has a team of doctors and specialists who can help with anti-aging treatments including botox, peels, fillers, microdermabrasion and an assortment of laser treatments, as well as IV therapies.
Elder suggests trying a microdermabrasion cream followed by a moisturizer a few times a week to keep dehydrated skin at bay.
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medical Definition of microdermabrasion
- During a professional microdermabrasion treatment, skin is blasted with jagged-edged crystals, usually aluminum oxides, that are applied with a wand, which also has a suction mechanism to pull away dead skin cells.
- —Jessica Ramakrishnan, The Chicago Tribune, 24 Jan. 2007
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