Microdermabrasion exfoliates dead skin, diminishes sun damage & more.
- 600 US dollars$600
- Location 1
Microdermabrasion is an exfoliation treatment designed to remove the upper layers of damaged and dying skin cells, which tend to give your skin an overall dull appearance and betray signs of sun damage. After the top layer of skin cells has been removed, the skin should look more radiant and should feel refreshed. This treatment can be used to target specific problems like dark spots on face, acne scars, and hyperpigmentation induced by pregnancy. During this procedure, the top layer of the epidermis is removed. The dead skin cells are subsequently vacuumed up, revealing healthy skin. The whole procedure is quick and painless, generally taking 30-45 minutes, depending on the condition of your skin. Chemical peels are acid solutions applied to the epidermis that dissolve the outermost layer of the skin allowing it to peel off as the days pass. Ideal for treating skin conditions and imperfections, chemical peels are an excellent treatment for melasma, acne, sun damage, enlarged pores, fine lines and wrinkles. As a licensed esthetician NJ limits you to light and moderate peels. Chemical peels are often referred as chemical exfoliation and epidermal exfoliation. Learn how to use Glycolic, Salicylic Acid, Jessner's, and Enzymes. Even skin tone, smooth rough skin, soften fine lines, tighten pores, and reduce oiliness. Course Offering Includes: -Definition and Types of Exfoliation -Introduction to Microdermabrasion -State Regulation and Scope of Practice -Review Standard Safety Precautions -Chemistry of Skin as it Relates to Microdermabrasion -Client Medical History, Consultation, and Skin Evaluation -Contraindications to Treatment -Pre-Treatment Protocol -Microdermabrasion Treatment Protocol (includes demonstration) -Post Treatment Protocol -Recommended Home Care -Client Follow-up -Review: Questions and Answers Hands-on Practice of Microdermabrasion Procedure