“Whether you are looking to make your skin appear younger, smoother or blemish-free, microdermabrasion or a glycolic acid peel are two methods dermatologists and skincare professionals use to enhance the skin's appearance. While each uses different methods, both have exfoliating, wrinkle-reducing and blemish-fighting properties.” So what’s the difference between the two treatments?
Microdermabrasion uses a special tool, as pictured above, which sprays fine
Microdermabrasion is used primarily for age spots, reducing fine lines, mild acne scars, sun damage or crow’s feet.
Glycolic peels are best used for rough or dry skin, acne, signs of sun damage or mild wrinkling.
Remember, always use a protective sunscreen of no less than 30 SPF after completing either one of these applications.
Be true to your skin or it will be false to you!