What is Vibradermabrasion?

Exfoliation is a great way to restore the vibrancy of your skin, because it gets rid of old tissue that makes it look dull and lifeless. Microdermabrasion is the traditional method used to exfoliate dead skin cells, but now there is a newer, more efficient method known as Vibradermabrasion. But what exactly is Vibradermabrasion, and how does it work.

What is Vibradermabrasion?
Vibradermabrasion is a next generation microdermabrasion technique that uses a flat paddle covered with tiny abrasives, to slough away the top most layer of the skin. Exfoliation not only rejuvenates the skin, it also makes it easier for topical skin care formulas to penetrate down to the deep layers.

Vibradermabrasion can help counteract early signs of aging. It is an effective way to treat fine lines, wrinkles, minor skin lesions, mild acne scarring, dull skin, and uneven pigmentation. It can also improve skin texture.

The procedure
Vibradermabrasion is a soothing, comfortable treatment that takes 20-30 minutes to complete.The skin is first cleansed, before the paddle is applied using high frequency vibration.  After the skin has been exfoliated, topicals are infused with the infusion paddle, and then sunscreen is applied to protect the skin.

Benefits of Vibradermabrasion
When performing Vibradermabrasion, it is possible to apply topicals to the skin at the same time, because the device has a convenient infusion paddle.

Vibradermabrasion is an improvement over older exfoliation techniques, because the hand-piece can treat large areas, with little skin irritation. Traditional microdermabrasion devices treat small areas at a time, and cause significant irritation.

What to expect
After Vibradermabrasion treatment the skin will be noticeably smoother, brighter, and more polished.

Vibradermabrasion is available in Chicago, IL, at the Skin Care Center. Call 773-296-3636 today to schedule a consultation. We also have offices in Glenview (847-901-0252), and Lake Forest (847-234-6121).

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