How Long Does It Take To See Results From Microdermabrasion?

Do you see results after one microdermabrasion?

1 Even after just one treatment, you’ll notice your skin feels smoother and your complexion looks brighter and healthier.

If you have a series of treatments done (which is what is recommended) you should notice your skin tone evening out.

You may even see a softening of fine lines and superficial wrinkles..

What should you not do after microdermabrasion?

AVOID scratching or picking at the treatment area. DO NOT use any harsh chemicals, rub or tan your skin for at least one week following the procedure. Avoid facial waxing, use of depilatory creams, electrolysis, IPL or any other laser procedure for at least two weeks after your treatment.

How often should you get microdermabrasion?

It regenerates itself every 30 days. This means that the effects of microdermabrasion are temporary and the treatments generally need to be repeated every two to four weeks. On average, it takes between six to twelve sessions for a person to see drastic results from microdermabrasion.

How long does a microdermabrasion facial take?

How does microdermabrasion work? Microdermabrasion is an in-office procedure that usually takes about one hour. It’s typically performed by a licensed skincare professional, who may or may not be under the supervision of a healthcare provider.

Does your face peel after microdermabrasion?

It works by removing the outermost layer of the dermis (skin) and accelerates skin turnover. So, it’s common to experience some peeling of the skin after microdermabrasion. Avoid picking or peeling the skin. If you had a Jessner peel, do not wet your skin for 12 hours after treatment.

How long after microdermabrasion will I see results?

Most clients see immediate results with a more vibrant and glowing complexion because those dead skin cells have been removed. Collagen production only makes the results improve during the weeks after treatment. Over time a more radiant and younger-looking glow will take over your face.