How Can Microdermabrasion Improve Your Skin?

Have you heard of microdermabrasion? This aesthetic treatment was invented in the mid-80s and can make significant improvements to your skin. Microdermabrasion is a practical and minimally invasive treatment option for many patients seeking a brighter, smoother complexion.

How Does Microdermabrasion Work?

During microdermabrasion, the diamond tip wand is used to remove the topmost layer of the skin. It gently exfoliates the skin with natural diamond chips, simultaneously vacuuming away the dead skin cells. This process is sterile and controlled to protect your skin. 

The microdermabrasion process stimulates the growth of new, healthy skin cells. As healthy cells replace the dead or damaged skin cells removed from the topmost layer, the look and feel of the skin will noticeably improve. 

How Microdermabrasion Improves The Skin

There are many ways in which microdermabrasion can improve your skin, including:

Skin Texture

When the outer layer of skin cells is removed during microdermabrasion, the skin will be left with a smoother texture. It’s a great treatment option for people experiencing a rough or uneven skin texture. 


Microdermabrasion can soften the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. This treatment will give the skin a smoother, more youthful look by promoting the production of new skin cells. As the skin repairs itself, you may notice a reduction in signs of aging. 

Facial Spots

Facial spots and discoloration can be reduced with microdermabrasion. The treatment removes the outermost skin cells that may be causing the discoloration. As new skin cells replace these damaged cells after microdermabrasion, the tone of your complexion will even out. 


Scarring, including acne scarring, can be improved with microdermabrasion. The treatment process balanced out the tone and texture of the skin, which improves the appearance of scarring. 

At Hermann Aesthetics & Wellness, we offer a microdermabrasion facial and Mandy’s signature MicroPeel. Contact us to learn more about these popular treatment options.