Aspire MedSpa & Beauty Bar
Microdermabrasion Treatment in Tampa, FL
Microdermabrasion Questions and Answers
Want to get your skin renewed? Our trained professionals at Aspire Medspa & Beauty Bar offer microdermabrasion treatments for you to renew your skin and get rid of texture or treat wrinkles, sun damage, fine lines and more. For more information please call us or book an appointment online. We serve patients from Tampa FL, Clearwater FL, Carrollwood FL, Westchase FL, Town ‘n’ Country FL, Lutz FL and Temple Terrace FL.
Considering a microdermabrasion treatment? It’s definitely a good idea if you want to renew your skin tone and texture or treat wrinkles, sun damage, fine lines, age spots, acne scarring, or other skin issues. We’re happy to tell you more about it in-person during a simple consultation with us, or you can keep reading to answer the most common questions we get about microdermabrasion in Tampa, FL!
What’s the difference between a chemical peel and a microdermabrasion treatment?
Both of these treatments are great for exfoliating and renewing the skin. Microdermabrasion is a technique for physical exfoliation while chemical peels use chemical solutions to exfoliate, but there are deeper differences than that.
The solution in a chemical peel dissolves the connection that holds dead skin cells together on the epidermis. After, the dead skin cells simply fall or flake off, revealing the healthier and smoother skin beneath. Some peels can mildly stimulate the production of collagen for greater benefits. Generally, multiple treatments are necessary for patients to achieve the best results.
With microdermabrasion, a deeper, medical-grade exfoliation is performed. Often, only one treatment is necessary, but a series of treatments can offer longer-term results. Unlike with a chemical peel, with microdermabrasion, pre-procedure steps are unnecessary, and microdermabrasion is typically less invasive than a chemical peel.
Is microdermabrasion good for your skin?
This can depend on your particular skin type, so it’s important to have a consultation before beginning treatment. Generally, though, microdermabrasion is good for the skin. As a form of exfoliation, it has the many benefits that come with exfoliation, such as unclogging the skin and uncovering new, healthier skin. There are other benefits too, such as improving dry skin, oily skin, enlarged pores, acne-prone skin, fine lines, wrinkles, skin tone, and other skin issues.
If you’re worrying about damaging your skin, then you really shouldn’t worry! The common side effects are generally minimal and temporary, and include some skin tightness, redness, bruising, and sensitivity. That’s certainly nothing to worry about.
Microdermabrasion is great for the quality of your complexion, so if you want a smoother, brighter look, then it could easily be for you!
What is the healing time after microdermabrasion? How long do the results of microdermabrasion last?
The common side effects we mentioned above go away within three days, then you’re pretty much symptom-free. If, for any reason, you’re less comfortable than you should be after the procedure, the provider can recommend or prescribe a medication to help. After about seven to ten days, you should be completely healed.
As for results, you can definitely expect to see them, but keep in mind that results are cumulative. Lasting effects are dependent on proper skin care, and additional or maintenance treatments can prolong results. Results are also dependent on your particular skin type and skin issues, so if you want greater details on what you can expect, you’ll have to come see us for a consultation here at Aspire Medspa & Beauty Bar!
Do you offer microdermabrasion in Tampa, FL?
We do, yes! Our medspa is located over at 12936 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa, FL 33618, and we’re open for you 6 days a week. You can book your consultation with us by calling us or by booking with us online. You’re welcome to reach out to us for any reason, so don’t hesitate to give us a call if you have any questions for us about our services, staff, or medspa. We’d love to hear from you, and we hope we get to soon!