Microdermabrasion in Orange County / San Clemente
Microdermabrasion is a noninvasive procedure which uses abrasion and suction to remove the topmost layer of damaged skin. Microdermabrasion uses aluminum oxide or other crystals which are spayed on the skin under force, dislodging old skin cells; a vacuum tube follows to remove the exfoliated skin cells and crystals. Orange county cosmetic surgeon
Dr. Tim Roham performs microdermabrasion using the Ultrapeel system.
The skin has multiple layers; babies' and children's skins cycle quickly, that's one reason their skin looks luminescent, fresh and dewy.
As we age, the skin cycle time slows down; this causes the skins top layers to look dull dried out and rough. These old cells tend to remain on the surface causing clogged pores, breakouts or enlarged pores.
Microdermabrasion brings skin back to its cleanest, purest state and is the ideal pre and post treatment that will greatly enhance the amazing visual benefits of Photorejuvenation. Microdermabrasion can also be used to improve some cases of acne. Even at younger ages in the early to mid teens, skin cycles are starting to slow. By 30, most people benefit from exfoliation treatments of one type or another.