Want flawless skin? Cosmetic skin treatments are the secret to perfect, blemish-free skin. Skin treatments can help improve the look and feel of your skin. These treatments are less invasive than surgery. Florida Dermatology Associates, which is located in Melbourne, FL, offers a full range of dermatological services to their patients. Read on to learn about the top four most popular skin treatments in the country.
Dermabrasion is used to treat defects and damage in the upper layers of the skin, such as scars caused by surgery, acne scars, color changes in the skin, fine lines and wrinkles. In this treatment, the superficial layers of skin are removed with a rapidly revolving abrasive tool. This process wounds the skin and causes it to bleed. As the wound heals, new skin grows to replace the old skin.
Dermaplaning is a skin treatment that involves using a scalpel to scrape off the upper layer of dead skin cells along with fine, vellus hair (peach fuzz). Dermaplaning leaves your skin smoother, brighter, glowing and more youthful. Dermaplaning is a safe procedure that has been done in Melbourne medical spa facilities for many years.
Chemical peels can be used to treat wrinkles, reduce fine lines, improve the appearance of scars, treat acne and reduce freckles, spots and dark patches. A chemical peel is a treatment in which an acid solution is applied to the skin, which causes it to peel off. The new skin is less wrinkled and smoother than the old skin.
Some facial treatments offer moisturizing benefits, while others are designed to deep-clean the skin and still others help to alleviate stress. Acne facials work to clear pimples and reduce the number of breakouts you get. A variety of facial treatments helps slow the skin aging process and offer you more youthful skin.
So, what are you waiting for? Take your beauty to its full potential. Call Florida Dermatology Associates at 321-768-1600 today to schedule an appointment in Melbourne, FL. Our skin treatments will make you look and feel younger and more attractive. Who doesn't want to look younger— or better?