Microdermabrasion uses a minimally abrasive tool that gently exfoliates the thick, uneven outer layers of your skin. This treatment is designed to improve acne scars and brighten your complexion. Microdermabrasion is safe for all skin types; it makes subtle changes with zero downtime. To restore your healthy glow and make your skin clearer and healthier, call The K Spa for a microdermabrasion treatment with our spa services.
This non-invasive procedure eliminates the evidence of damaged skin and acne scars. Even fine lines can be reduced. Get rid of clogged pores which can develop into blackheads or whiteheads with this painless procedure. The top layer of dead skin cells will be carefully polished away, revealing beautiful, glowing new skin. Microdermabrasion has the added benefit of stimulating collagen growth. You will look younger and your skin will feel amazing!
While microdermabrasion does not help dermatitis, active rosacea, eczema or other serious skin conditions, it does give immediate glowing results for all skin types and colors. This procedure can also improve the look of blemishes such as skin spots and scars.
Facial Plastic Surgeon Expertise
If you are interested in restoring a healthy glow to your skin, call The K Spa. You will experience the difference a medical spa can make when you are looking for treatments to improve your appearance. The K Spa is associated with Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery, founded by dual board certified facial plastic surgeon, Benjamin Stong, M.D. The K Spa is a patient-centered medical spa. Treatments and procedures are approved by Dr. Stong,an elite plastic surgery in the field of aesthetics. The K Spa clientele receive the benefits of Dr. Stong’s passion and expertise in skin care.
If you are ready to experience glowing, healthy skin that makes you look and feel younger, contact The K Spa today. Make your appointment with us and experience the K Spa difference.* Disclaimer: These Are Actual Results For Patients Of Dr. Benjamin Stong. Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Results Can Vary Between Patients.