Rx: The MicroDermaPeel
BEATUTIFUL SKIN IS LESS THAN A MILLIMETER AWAY
The MicroDermaPeel: a 15 minute exfoliating procedure with no recovery time.
What are the benefits of the MicroDermaPeel?
Skin clarity. Even skin tone. Uniform color. Better texture. In many cases it eliminates the need for cosmetic foundation. And even a preventive medicine; this treatment may reduce precancerous lesions.
Who can benefit from the MicroDermaPeel?
Whether your skin is environmentally damaged, discolored, acne prone or hypersensitive… a special program will be designed for your specific skin condition. This program is not recommended for the treatment of wrinkles.
How do I get started?
You will first have a skin evaluation to determine your particular skin type. Skin classifications include the following types:
Based on your result, you will be instructed on how to properly care for your skin with our Home Treatment Program. The Lira and InSPArations Products are specially formulated for each particular skin type. Most importantly, the products are simple, easy to use, and very affordable. The products can be used alone or in conjunction with the MicroDermaPeel.
What is the MicroDermaPeel?
The MicroDermaPeel is a three-step process that removes a micro-thin top layer of skin. The top layer is a significant obstruction to having better skin because it is pore-clogged. The procedure is safe, effective and is accomplished in 15-20 minutes.
The first step is a five minute, physical or enzymatic exfoliation of the skin. This frees the skin of dead cellular layers and protein. And by reducing the top layer of skin, it also lessens the appearance of fine lines and brown spots. A change in skin texture can be felt right away by brushing your hand across your cheek.
In in the second step, a 15-30 percent Alpha Hydroxy Acid solution or other solution based on your skin type and needs is applied. It will stay on the skin for at least 15 seconds, but no more than 2 minutes. A slight stinging sensation may be felt, but it is only momentary and quite normal. This part of the MicroDermaPeel helps to reduce acne-related conditions by freeing impacted debris from the pores. This step is not recommended for sensitive skin.
The third and final step of the MicroDermaPeel is a skin freezing process called Cryogenic Therapy. Carbon dioxide is applied to the face in light, circular motions. Immediately the coolness causes an anti-inflammatory response. Pores look smaller. Sun damaged cells are cast off. Oil and blackheads are unblocked. The surface of the skin becomes smoother.
How often would I have to have this treatment?
Similar to a facial, we recommend a monthly treatment. Depending on your skin type, however, treatments two times per month may produce a more dramatic result.
How will I look after the first treatment?
Unlike a facial, most people will notice a change in the skin right away. You can apply your makeup immediately following the procedure.
Can this type of treatment be bad for my skin?
If you are pregnant, lactating, taking Accutane or have a chronic history of cold cores, we do not recommend this treatment. You should also be aware that since any exfoliation increases photosensitivity to the sun you must use sun protection. You must also sign an informed consent before you have a MicroDermaPeel.
Can I use Lira without having a MicroDermaPeel?
Absolutely! Keep in mind that it will take longer to see results and effects may be less dramatic.
Rx: Beautiful Skin is Less Than A Millimeter Away
Your skin is basically made up of two layers. The top layer you see is called the epidermis and measures, on average age, only 1/1000 of an inch. Since this micro thin layer is often exposed to environmental effects (i.e., sun, and air pollution), it is frequently damaged. And damaged skin obscures skin clarity, even skin tone, uniform color and better texture.
Additionally, the way your skin looks is determined by the health of you second layer of skin, the dermis. Making sound lifestyle decisions will go a long way towards strengthening and maintaining the dermis: a healthy diet, exercise, enough sleep, no smoking or alcohol, and use of sunblocks.
Correcting the Skin by Exfoliation
To exfoliate the skin is to rid the skin of its dead cellular debris; to shed its top layer. In the past, this was accomplished with products such as facial scrubs, loofas or in some cases with traditional chemical peels. These peels are one-session procedures that require recovery time.