Microdermabrasion Side Effects
Microdermabrasion is one of the easiest, safest and most effective anti-aging treatments you can get. The treatment exfoliates dead skin cells and leaves fresh “new” skin in its place. As microdermabrasion is gaining in popularity and accessibility, it is important to understand the side effects that can happen with this type of skin rejuvenation treatment. Microdermabrasion is considered very safe with only the rarest cases causing anything besides brief, mild side effects. Of course, it’s always best to be prepared for the potential consequences of a treatment, no matter how small. So, here’s a closer look at the most common microdermabrasion side effects.
Pigmentation Issues: One possible side effect of microdermabrasion is discoloration of the skin, particularly in people who have a darker complexion. Following the treatment, it is possible to see slight unevenness in the pigmentation.
Redness: Some people who have had microdermabrasion notice redness of the skin following treatment. This condition isn’t permanent and usually resolves itself in just a few days.
Dryness: Microdermabrasion may cause dry or flaking skin. In most cases, this dry skin condition goes away after just a few days.
Itching: Itchy skin is another temporary side effect of microdermabrasion.
Purging: Purging is a side effect of acne microdermabrasion. The exfoliation of the treatment opens the pores, exposing any bacteria. This exposure brings on an acne surge, but it is a temporary reaction to the treatment and will go away in a few days.
Although microdermabrasion is a very safe procedure, you do need to be aware of potential side effects. It’s important to choose a doctor who is experienced with the treatment, ensuring that the right safety steps will be taken. Microdermabrasion in Coral Springs, Hollywood and Weston, FL with Dr. Georgescu will leave you with great looking skin with minimal, if any, side effects. T
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