A Comprehensive Guide to Skin Rejuvenation: Microdermabrasion, Dermaplaning, Microneedling, and Laser Treatments


Microdermabrasion is a non-invasive procedure often performed by an aesthetician that takes off the outermost layer of the skin (epidermis). This is done using crystals that exfoliate and suck away the dead skin cells. Because it is superficial it has no effect on skin wrinkles, pores size or improvement in skin tones.


Dermaplaning is used for exfoliation, similar to microdermabrasion, by removing the outermost layer of dead skin cells. It alwso helps remove the tiny hairs on the skin that create a dullness like appearance. This results in smoother skin surface. There is no downtime, and the procedure is non-invasive with immediate results. Schedule your appointment today!


Microneedling, is performed using a device with fine needles that creates small injuries into the skin, in hopes of improving the skin tone and texture. While microneedling can be effective with many treatments, it can not penetrate as deeply as a laser, which uses light. Deep insertion of that many needles will be terribly painful and can put someone at great risk of scarring. Lights, from a laser device, can penetrate accurately and deeply into the dermis with little discomfort and stimulate collagen growth.

Lasers can improve many skin concerns, including wrinkles, fine lines, scars, stretch marks, and uneven skin tone.

In summary, while both microneedling and lasers aim to improve skin appearance, lasers are far more effective, comfortable and safer in creating desires results.

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  • Fractional Laser Resurfacing
  • Laser Resurfacing.

tighten skin, diminish fine lines, wrinkles, and dark spots rejuvenate by building collagen

Skin rejuvenation

variety of ways, both nonsurgically and surgically. Restore volume and contour. Reduce the appearance of hollows. Tighten and firm the skin. Even the complexion of redness and brown spots unwanted.

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