Microderm in Austin, Texas

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Daya Day Spa & Salon

'Daya' is the Indonesian word for energy, vitality, vigor and strength of spirit. This spa is located in Guadalupe, Austin. The staff has trained technicians who perform body wraps, massage, masks and exfoliation (Diamond Peel microdermabrasion). Prices for the Diamond peel are as follows:

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Aestetica Med Spa

Aestetica Med Spa has locations in both North and South Austin. They offer acne treatment, laser rejuvenation and hair removal, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, Botox, Obagi blue peel, mesotherapy and Swedish massage.

Amazing face

Dr. Myla B. Rosebaugh is medically trained in microdermabrasion and correct peels. Other services include facial lymphatic drainage, custom classic facial, deep pore cleansing or acne facials. Her practice is located in Spicewood Springs Rd., Austin. Prices for micro dermabrasion are as follows:

Michael H Coverman, MD

Dr. Coverman has been recognized by the Austin Business Journal as Austin's Top Cosmetic Surgeon. In 1998, Dr. Coverman was the first doctor in Austin to use the Parisian Peel method of microdermabrasion. His practice is located in Angus Road. Other procedures include Zyderm collagen, photo rejuvenation, age spot removal, etc. Prices for microderm are as follows:

Austin Skin Institute

The Austin Skin Institute is a dermatology facility that uses modern medical technology and procedures to treat a multitude of skin disorders. They also offer non-invasive cosmetic procedures.

NOTE: The information on this page was last checked for accuracy in June 2007. Please contact the surgeries for up to date information.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Can You Have Micro Dermabration If You Are In Your 20s?

A: Over The Counter micrdermabrasion set is safe for all ages and all skin types but most doctors recommend it for patients aged 14 and older, mainly because they want to make sure that all major hormonal changes are over and the results of the procedure are as good as they can be.

Q: Does Mary Kay Microderm Work?

A: The Over The Counter microderm abrasian system from Mary Kay works for some people and doesn't work for others. There are many satisfied consumers who say that Mary Kay system does make their skin look younger and feel smother. However, there are some unhappy consumers who say the kit is either too aggressive, causing them skin irritations and break-outs, or not very effective in removing fine scars and wrinkles. The only way to find out if the product works for you is to try to get a free sample and test the formula on your face.

Q: Can I Have Micro Derma Brasion On The Body?

A: Home microbrasion systems can be used on your body as long as it's especially formulated as a body micro abrasion tool. Using a face macrodermabrasion system on your body will not have the desired effect because it's much too mild to have a significant effect on your body. Office micro derma abrasion is suitable for use on the body except for the feet where the skin is too thin.

Q: Can I Use Micro Dermabrasion If I Have Lupus?

A: Lupus patients should not have microdermbrasion This procedures is somewhat invasive to the skin (any skin rejuvenation treatment is to some extent) and can worsen their condition. This applies to self micoderm abrasion as well, despite its mild effect.

Q: Spa Micro Dermabrasion What Does It Do?

A: Micoderm abrasion removes stretch marks, acne scars, enlarged or clogged pores, fine wrinkles, age spots, hyper pigmentation, uneven skin texture and dull skin by removing the top layer of the skin with a high-pressure jet of micro crystals or using a diamond-tipped wand.

Q: Can You Have Microderma For Hyperpigmentation?

A: Microdermabrasia tools work on hyperpigmentation. The micro-crystal flow abrades the top layer of the skin where unevenly pigmented skin cells are stuck. Several professional micro derm abrasion sessions are required to even out skin tone and get rid of hyperpigmentation.

Q: Can Microderm Go Wrong?

A: Compared to other cosmetic procedures, microdermabration involves few risks: if the machine is not properly handled or has not been properly sterilized, hyperpigmentation, skin injuries or infections may occur as a result; it is also possible to inhale micro crystals used during the procedure. Aluminum oxide crystals, however, cause no allergic or adverse reactions. Eye injury from stray micro crystals used to be a concern but these days plastic or rubber goggles makes it extremely unlikely.

Q: Can Micro Abrasion Be Used On Rosacea?

A: Rosacea is one of the main contraindications of microdermabrasion, because the exfoliation process worsens rosacea symptoms (redness, itchiness, flaking). Self micro derm abrasion systems are not recommended are not recommended either (even though they are milder).

Q: Can You Have Micro Derm Abrasion For Age Spots?

A: Age spots can be made less visible or even removed entirely through several microdermbrasion sessions - the flow of crystals exfoliates the top layer of the skin and evens out irregular skin pigmentation.

Q: How To Use Microdermal Abrasion On Yourself?

A: Since you cannot use a professional microdermabration machine on your own without professional training, the only way to perform this procedure on your own is to use an at-home commercial kit. These kits contain cloths, sponges, rotating applicators, crystal creams, pre- and post-care formulas. All you have to do is follow the instructions that come with the product.

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