Protect your investment with Microdermabrasion

The current skincare industry is soaring! According to a business article on LinkedIn, more than $2.9 BILLION dollars is spent each year on skincare products designed to reduce the signs of aging. We all want to extend the youthful appearance of our skin as long as we can, and many of us are willing to try almost anything (within reason) to accomplish that goal. Although we all know the aging process is inevitable, there are ways to ensure that the money we spend and the products we use will work to the best of their abilities! If only there was a way that we could make the products we buy work better and last longer… Surprise! There totally is, and that’s where Microdermabrasion fits in. The procedure itself has many benefits including improved complexion and circulation; it can also be used to help with acne scarring and age spots, among many other superficial skin conditions. But probably the most impressive and cost beneficial aspect of microdermabrasion is that it can save you money in the long run by making your current skincare products significantly more effective!

Microdermabrasion is a mechanical exfoliation that sloughs off dead skin cells, stimulates collagen production and rejuvenates the skin. This process of removing dead skin from your face enables products to penetrate deeper into the skin, improving their efficacy and prolonging their use! It’s like sanding wood before priming and painting! When your face is smooth, clean and prepped, you can enhance the absorption rate by 50%, which is an increase in productivity that could save you thousands in frivolous spending!

Not only will this procedure help your skincare products work to the best of their ability, and allow your make-up to sit better and wear longer, but it will also improve the overall look of your skin, allowing you to be more confident with the “no makeup look”! So schedule your microdermabrasion appointment today, and check out our other fantastic facial services we offer at Massage Theory!

Adam Driggers