Table of Contents
- 1 Microdermabrasion
- 2 Chemical Peels
- 3 FAQ - Microdermabrasion vs Chemical Peel
What Is Microdermabrasion?
How Does Microdermabrasion Work?
This procedure works for every skin type and is very effective in eliminating age spots, wrinkles, stretch marks, acne and much more. The tip can last for a period of between six months and one year, depending on the usage and maintenance.
What Are The Benefits Of Microdermabrasion?
It Treats Multiple Skin Problems
It Improves Internal Skin Health
It Stimulates Cell Turnover
It Increases The Absorption Of Skincare Product By Up To 50%
It Is Safe And Gives Great Results
Is Microdermabrasion Painful?
What Are The Side Effects Of Microdermabrasion?
Microdermabrasion At Home
What Are Chemical Peels?
How Do Chemical Peels Work?
Light to Mild Chemical Peels:
The results achieved with light to mild chemical peel are similar to those achieved with a microdermabrasion treatment as those two treatments work on the outer layer of the skin. They are generally used to address superficial skin concerns such as wrinkles and fine lines, age spots, hyperpigmentation, dullness, sun damage, etc.
Strong and Medium Chemical Peels:
What Are The Benefits Of Chemical Peels?
Chemical peels have many benefits to the skin, not only do they reveal a smooth, brighter and more refined complexion, but they also help to improve the overall feel and look of your skin in just one treatment.
- Helps exfoliate the skin and leaves it smoother and silkier
- Minimizes sun damage, sun spots, dark spots, freckles and pigmentation
- Reduces the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines (Light peel is a good option for moderate lines, while deep peel is an effective treatment for deeper wrinkles).
- Helps to remove all superficial scars, blemishes, and visible skin imperfections
- Helps to stimulate growth of healthy skin cells and new collagen for a more radiant complexion
- Increases products efficacy
Are Chemical Peels Painful?
What Are The Side Effects Of Chemical Peels?
Chemical Peel At Home
FAQ - Microdermabrasion vs Chemical Peel
Microdermabrasion Vs. Chemical Peel, Which One Is Better For Acne?
On the other hand, chemical peels are effective for treating active acne, salicylic acid, in particular, is recommended for active acne for its anti-inflammatory properties and because it can help unclog pores and reduce skin oil production. Thanks to its ability to unclog pores, it is also recommended for minimizing large pores.
If you have acne scars, a chemical peel is a great option to help fade them. Their active ingredients help boost collagen production, which speeds the healing process of acne scars.
Microdermabrasion Vs. Chemical Peel, Which One Is Better For Wrinkles?
When it comes to addressing moderate wrinkles and fine lines, both microdermabrasion and light chemical peels give desirable results as both treatments increase the amount of collagen the skin produces, which helps maintain skin’s elasticity.
Microdermabrasion Vs. Chemical Peel, Which One Is Better For Dark Spots?
Again, both treatments give great results when it comes to lightening dark spots.
Can You Get A Chemical Peel And Microdermabrasion At The Same Time?
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