Microderm in Plano, Texas

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Aesthetic Institute of Plano

LipoLite, mesotherapy, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, treatments for acne, rosacea, scars & stretchmarks are some of the services provided by this Plano, Texas facility. The particular type of microdermabrasion they perform is DermaGenesis. The website includes a brief description of the procedure, plus a few before/after photos and a FAQ's section.

Zenity Spa

Located in the city of Allen, Texas, Zenity Spa specializes in facials, massage & body treatments, waxing and other beauty services, such as: manual microdermabrasion, acne clarifying facial, deep tissue massage, sweet and sour body wrap/scrub. The website provides neither any details on the microdermabrasion procedure - which is manually delivered -, nor any before/after photos.

Eco Salon & Spa

This Plano, Texas salon & spa provides Aveda body polish, Dead Sea mud mask, Japanese hot stone facial, microdermabrasion, reflexology, shiatsu and other beauty/cosmetic procedures. There is an extremely concise description of the microdermabrasion process, with no reference to the specific technique employed. The prices for microdermabrasion are as follows:

Image Med Spa

Serving the cities of Plano, Frisco, Dallas, Allen, and McKinney, this medical spa located in Plano, Texas specializes in spa treatments & hair styling services, such as: laser resurfacing, massage & hydro therapy, microdermabrasion, chemical peels and facials. There is very little info about microdermabrasion in general and no specification on the particular methods utilized. Both phone and e-mail can be used for appointments.

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: Microderm Is It Good For Making The Skin Look Younger?

A: Younger-looking skin needs elasticity and density, both achievable through skin cell renewal. Micro derma abrasion cream abrades the outermost skin layer and stimulates skin renewal. An effective skin renewal process results in increased elasticity and density. Moreover, the vacuum function of the micoderm abrasion tool sucks up dirt and hardened oil to reveal an even skin texture and tone.

Q: Can You See Results From Having The First Microdermbrasion?

A: Yes, results are visible after the first microdermabrasions. especially if we are talking about dermatologist-performed microderma abrasion which is more effective than at-home sets. Best results are obtained after 6 to 12 sessions (depending on your expectations and severity of skin imperfections), respectively one month of use for one of the home microderm abrasion kit.

Q: Does Microderm Abrasion Make Uneven Skin Tone Less Visible?

A: Uneven skin tone is the result of a skin disorder called hyperpigmentation. It can be evened out through several sessions of microdermabration cream. The micro-crystal flow abrades the top layer of the skin where unevenly pigmented skin cells are stuck.

Q: Microderm Abrasion How Much Does It Cost?

A: Compared to other non-surgical procedures, clinic microdermabrasian is the cheapest skin rejuvenation procedure. For example, microderma kits cost between $15 and $200, depending on contents and brand. Kits that include a rotating hand-held device designed to massage the crystal cream onto your face are the most expensive (and the most effective). The price of a single micro dermal abrasion treatment at a beauty salon or spa varies between $75 and $200. One full face session at a surgeon or dermatologist office costs somewhere between $100 and $300, not including initial consultation fees (which may cost an additional $150). You may need an average of 9 treatments and 4 maintenance sessions for best results which makes a full microdermbrasion treatment cost around $1,600 per year.

Q: Does Microderm Abrasion Help Make Your Skin Look Healthy?

A: Healthy-looking skin needs elasticity and density, both achievable through skin cell renewal. Microdermabrasian system abrades the outermost skin layer and stimulates skin renewal. An effective skin renewal process results in increased elasticity and density. Moreover, the vacuum function of the micro abrasion tool sucks up dirt and hardened oil to reveal an even skin texture and tone.

Q: Does Philosophy Microdermabrasion Work?

A: The Self microdermabrasions systems from Philosophy works for some people and doesn't work for others. There are many happy customers who say that Philosophy 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 You Have Microderm On The Back?

A: Do-It-Yourself micro abrasion sets can be used on your back as long as it's especially formulated as a body microderma system. Using a facial microabrasion kit on your back will not have the desired effects because it's much too mild to have a significant effect on your back. Specialist micro derm abrasion is suitable for use on the back.

Q: Can Microderma Cause Damage To The Skin?

A: If the microdermibration wand or home kit is not handled properly, skin damage may occur. Extreme pressure of the flow of crystals or insisting over the same area may lead to severe scarring. Having microdermal abrasions treatment while taking Accutane or immediately after a chemical peel might also cause scarring and inflammation.

Q: Micro Dermabrasion Vs Ipl. Which Is Better??

A: Intense Pulsed Light is a non-invasive procedure capable of diminishing or removing age spots (liver spots), fine wrinkles (rhytids), facial flushing, redness, broken capillaries, freckles, minor sun damage, tattoos, varicose veins, spider veins, flat birth marks and hypo-pigmentation. Unfortunately, IPL is not recommended for dark skinned people and persons suffering from oily skin. In short, IPL and microdermoabrasion have similar results and are both non-invasive, but.

Q: How Can Microderm Make Acne Marks Improve?

A: By removing the top layer of the skin, office microderma diminishes or even removes superficial acne marks. Deeper acne marks require a more invasive procedure, like deep chemical peeling or laser resurfacing.

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