We love spending the summers swimming near Rottnest Island, and the winters bracing ourselves against the cold air in one of Fremantle’s trendy restaurants. However, our lifestyle can take a toll on our appearance. The sun, pollutants and late nights have an adverse effect on our skin. We at Bookwell are here to the rescue with one of our favourite face treatments.
Welcome to microdermabrasion. It is known as the lunchtime facial because it is easy, convenient and it delivers results.
It is a non-invasive procedure that gets rid of the top layer of your skin, including unwanted dead cells and debris. It uses microdermabrasion machines that push microcrystals across your face; some machines will even vacuum up the dead skin cells. Technology is a wonderful thing.
By getting rid of the dead cells, it reveals the bright and fresh complexion. It also increases the circulation in the skin which can stimulate collagen production with regular treatment.
We’re all about treating ourselves and in this case, we have good reason to. Opt for a soothing facial treatment after your microdermabrasion. By removing dead skin cells, it preps your skin to better absorb product. This means you’ll be getting the most out of your facial. Your face may also feel a little tender after the microdermabrasion so the soothing treatment will help calm your skin.
It can help you reduce wrinkles and signs of ageing. By effectively removing your dead skin cells, it encourages your body to produce brand new skin cells. This helps to repair fine lines and wrinkles, and prevent new ones from forming. You’ll look rejuvenated and youthful.
Time spent outdoors in the sun can lead to pigmentation. Put away that concealer – microdermabrasion can help you to remove dark, damaged skin cells and even out your skin tone. This also works for acne scarring.
Microdermabrasion is also useful for oily, congested skin, whiteheads, ingrown hairs, crow’s feet and enlarged pores.
Let us help you put your best face forward. Make an appointment with one of our skin clinics in Perth today.