If the signs of aging start to creep up on several corners of your face yet you are not so psyched about the idea of getting a facelift or any type of surgery, microdermabrasion could be the right cosmetic choice for you.
What is microdermabrasion?
This treatment does not involve any cuts or incisions on the face. No, it does not involve chemicals to “peel” away the surface of your face too. Instead, it is a cosmetic procedure that makes use of microcrystals to promote the removal of the outermost layer of your facial skin where the dry and dead skin cells accumulate. By doing so, the production of collagen in the skin is triggered, resulting to a healthier, younger-looking face.
What happens during your microdermabrasion appointment?
Once it is determined that you are an ideal candidate for the treatment, you will then undergo the procedure. The treatment is simple and may even be done over your lunch hour. Your medical aesthetician starts off by directing a stream of microcrystals that are made of aluminum oxide through a hand piece. These crystals are responsible for exfoliating the skin while mild suction is applied to remove skin debris and used crystals. During the procedure, expect a slight warm sensation in the treated site. There is nothing to fear though. Microdermabrasion is a painless, highly tolerable treatment.
Microdermabrasion in Boston
Get smoother, healthier skin today! Call us at (617) 964-1440 for a consultation with one of our medical aestheticians. We do ask for a consultation fee to reserve your appointment date. This is for Dr Russo's or our providers time/recommendations with you or you can apply it towards your treatment. There is a 48 hour cancellation policy. We look forward to hearing from you!
575 Boylston Street, Newton Centre, MA 02459
Your body is constantly changing. Gravity, age, and the elements are constantly pulling at you. But you are not alone in this fight. The doctors and aesthetic experts at Joseph A Russo, MD are also in constant motion, relentlessly innovating better ways to overcome the entropic effects of time and gravity.
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