Laroma Therapies Offers The Best Microdermabrasion In Worthing!

If you are looking for Microdermabrasion in Worthing, there is no better place than Laroma Therapies.

Our beauty therapist, Bianca, is able to help perform Microdermabrasion treatments which can be beneficial for troublesome skin complaints, fine lines and wrinkles.

What Is Microdermabrasion?

Microdermabrasion is a procedure that uses manual exfoliation to remove the outer layer of skin. A Diamond tipped wand is used to abrade the surface of your skin. The diamonds are fixed to the Microdermabrasion wand which is used to perform the procedure. The small diamonds essentially scrape the surface layers of the skin off leaving fresh and smooth skin.

This treatment can be used on a number of areas but is commonly used on the face, helping reduced the appears or fine lines, wrinkles, scaring, pigmentation and acne. It can also be used to help reduce cellulite. The exfoliation helps in the desquamation of the skin stimulating the follicles, producing collagen to help firm and time the complexion.

What Happens in a Treatment?

Your skin will first of all be cleansed with a cleanser appropriate to your skin type before your treatment can begin. We will then begin with the Microdermabrasion using the wand smoothly over your skin, we will then tone the skin, apply a hydrating mask followed by a treatment serum and moisturiser which will have at least an SPF20 in.

The entire procedure should take 60 minutes.

What Will Microdermabrasion do for my skin?

Overall, Microdermabrasion will reduce the appearance of wrinkles, remove acne scars, clear up blackheads, minimise the size of the pores, reduce sun damage, and even out the skin tone.

Microdermabrasion also helps to boost collagen production to provide firming and toning to the complexion.

Is There Any Downtime After a Treatment?

Microdermabrasion is a safe and gentle procedure with no downtime. The client will need to protect his or her skin with moisturiser and sun block for 48 hours after the treatment and may experience mild redness and sloughing/peeling.

However, the client can return to work immediately, which is why many clients prefer to have Microdermabrasion treatments on their lunch breaks since there is no downtime. It is extremely important to follow the aftercare advice given following and in between treatments.

How Many Treatments Do I Need?

When it comes to Microdermabrasion, one treatment will not provide instant results. That is why it is important to have a series of Microdermabrasion services, 3 to 6 are recommended for the best results. These initial 3 to 6 treatments can be spaced one week apart, and from that point, treatment will be reviewed to decide the best course of treatment to follow.

How does a Microdermabrasion treatment work on the skin?

The thickness of the epidermis is increased because new cells are being produced more rapidly and the cells themselves are larger and healthier. The cells of the lower layers of the epidermis are knitted tighter in a more consistent “basket weave” configuration, instead of a haphazard arrangement.

The barrier function of the epidermis is disrupted for the first 24 to 48 hours causing the skin to be drier than usual. During the cell reproduction of cells the fibroblasts that make up the collagen fibres are increased and are thicker more tightly packed and more organised. The number of elastin fibres also increased and they are orientated vertically instead of horizontally giving the dermal layer more “spring”.

What results can I expect?

Depending on the area treated, you will notice an improvement in your skin’s appearance after your treatment. Stretch marks and acne scars will be less obvious. Age spots and fine lines are reduced, and many Microdermabrasion clients report that their skin seems softer, tighter, smoother and younger looking.

Is Microdermabrasion Good For Acne Scarring?

By removing the top layer of the skin, professional micro abrasion diminishes or even removes superficial acne scarring. Deeper acne scarring requires a more invasive procedure, like a deep chemical peel or laser skin resurfacing.

Microdermabrasion For The Body

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