+ Questions about: Microdermabrasion

Will my skin be red or irritated after microdermabrasion?

It's not uncommon to experience a bit of redness following a microdermabrasion treatment, especially if you have sensitive skin. However, this redness is typically short-lived and should subside within a few hours.

Microdermabrasion is a gentle exfoliation process, but it does involve working directly with the skin's surface. This can sometimes lead to temporary redness or a feeling of irritation, similar to a mild sunburn. It's your skin's natural response to the exfoliation process.

Don't worry, though! This minor redness is just a sign that the treatment is doing its job, helping to rejuvenate and refresh your skin. If you have particularly sensitive skin, let your skincare professional at Pia Esthetics Day Spa know. They can adjust the treatment to ensure maximum comfort while still achieving those glowing results.

Remember, after your treatment, it's important to pamper your skin a bit. Avoid direct sun exposure and use a gentle moisturizer to soothe your skin. If you have any concerns or questions about post-treatment care, our team is here to guide you. Feel free to reach out to us on our contact page for more advice or to schedule your next appointment. Let's keep your skin looking radiant and feeling great!

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