Reasons to Combine Microdermabrasion with a Skin Peel

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Have you ever considered having two treatments done at the same time? More specifically, a Microdermabrasion treatment followed immediately by a Skin Peel?

Well you can! We all want the best possible results from a treatment without breaking the bank and that’s exactly what you can attain when you combine these two treatments.

During your Total Health & Skin Center treatment, your skin care specialist will perform the microdermabrasion first. Our medical microdermabrasion is a fast and painless treatment skin exfoliation treatment that will remove dead skin cells. Having the microdermabrasion treatment first helps ready your skin to receive deeper penetration of your skin peel treatment.

Best Skin Peels to combine with Microdermabrasion

During your consultation, your skin care specialist will help you choose the most suitable peel based on your skin concerns. We generally suggest SkinCeuticals Gel Peel or IMAGE Vitamin C Peel as two best options.

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Combine Microdermabrasion with a SkinCeuticals Gel Peel

A solution of 20% glycolic acid and 10% lactic acid is used to revitalize dull skin and improve fine lines and wrinkles while reducing irritation and dryness.

Combine Microdermabrasion with an IMAGE Vitamin C Peel

Also known as the Signature Facelift, this results-driven treatment will change the Image of your skin in just one session. Vitamin C, alpha and beta hydroxy acids, and gentle yet effective enzymes and speed up cellular turnover lightening, tightening and brightening all skin types, even Rosacea and sensitive skin.

In conclusion

If you’re looking for a healthy glow to your skin without downtime or breaking the bank, you may want to consider combining Microdermabrasion with a Skin Peel at your next visit to us. To schedule in advance call (919) 557-6400 or schedule your complimentary consultation online.


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