Present a Fresh Face for Holiday Parties with Microdermabrasion
Now that the sun has set on summer vacations and life is back to a routine, you may be thinking about holiday gatherings at the end of the year. Before you become overwhelmed by planning for others, give yourself an early gift. Women and men in Frisco, Plano and Dallas can look refreshed for the holidays with microdermabrasion from North Texas Cosmetic Surgery at Dr. Alan Greenberg’s office. His licensed aesthetician Kelly Lemin can customize a treatment plan that will address your skin’s needs. Combine microdermabrasion treatments with our Jan Marini skin-care systems to extend your results.
The magic of microdermabrasion
This safe skin-resurfacing procedure reveals younger skin by exfoliating the outer layer of skin cells that have been damaged by sunlight, acne and aging. We use a new diamond-tipped wand to polish the face without particles, and the DiamondTome® microdermabrasion tool gently vacuums away your dead cells. Traditional microdermabrasion tools use a mist of aluminum oxide crystals to “sandblast” the face. We prefer the diamond-tipped wand because it offers more control when used around the eyes and mouth.
Microdermabrasion also offers the following benefits:
- Minimizes the appearance of small pores and very fine lines
- Reduces discoloration and age spots
- Improves skin tone
- Stimulates the production of collagen for firmer, thicker skin
- Allows you to return to work or daily activities right away, but you have to limit sun exposure and wear a sunscreen with an SPF30 or more
- Helps skin-care products absorb more readily, making it a good procedure to pair with facials
If you want a polished appearance for the holidays, start now.
Although you will see youthful, glowing skin after just one session, microdermabrasion works best when performed as a series of procedures followed by a maintenance routine. Contact us for a free consultation with our licensed aesthetician. Let us show you how you can look as radiant as the holiday décor when you give yourself this gift in the fall.