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Microdermabrasion: Give Your Skin the Care It Needs to Glow During This Social Autumn Season

Fall is here and the season of festivities is up and running. With all the extra socializing that comes with this busy season, you want to look and feel your absolute best. This is especially relevant since the people around you might be documenting your latest doings on social media! To help you look your best, whether you are socializing in person or showing up on the social media stage, our dermatologists, Drs. Jenson and Edwards, can help you get the skin treatments you need to put your best face forward.

Our medical spa treatments in Orem, Utah, are designed to enhance your skin to give it the extra boost it needs to glow! Along with hair removal, we offer microdermabrasion treatment. This skin care remedy involves gently “sanding’ the skin with a special tool (don’t worry, it’s minimally invasive!) to get rid of the thick, uneven outer dermal layer. You might want to have a microdermabrasion treatment done for the following:

Microdermabrasion Treatment

-Diminishing unsightly blackheads, age spots or enlarged pores
-Softening acne and acne scars
-Lessening patches of darkened skin, fine lines and wrinkles
-Exfoliating the skin gently
-Reducing stretch marks

How Microdermabrasion Works Its Magic
One method uses a hand-held drive that shoots little crystals across your skin and then vacuuming up the crystals and dead skin into an attachment. The other method feels like a massage, using a wand with a diamond-tip that is gently scraped across your skin, removing superficial skin cells layers as it goes.

To get the care your skin deserves, or if you would like to know more, we welcome you to call us today to schedule a microdermabrasion treatment in Orem, Utah. We look forward to helping you look and feel your best!

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