Instant Results with Everett Microdermabrasion March 29, 2011 Welcome to one of the newest crazes in spas, which offer this new treatment to skin, leaving it smoother, fresher, and blemish free. This procedure is called Everett microdermabrasion. It performs like an exfoliation on your skin, like it eliminates the uppermost layer of your dead skin, it is a lot thorough and the results are visible in just a few sessions. Many are amazed that right after their first session which would normally take around 20-30 minutes, peeling starts right away. It is also suggested to combine this treatment with anti-aging skin care products as this procedure helps in diminishing the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, as well as unwanted pores. So how does it really work? Everett Microdermabrasion uses a device wherein aluminum dioxide is sprayed across the skin’s surface, thus penetrating the dead skin cells on the epidermis. It can be a little rough but it shouldn’t be painful. Afterwords, the dermatologist would clean up all remaining traces of corundum powder or aluminum dioxide leaving you with a more glowing skin. There are a few drawbacks, however, in this procedure. Mukilteo Microdermabrasion increases the reaction of your skin to being hypersensitive to the sun. Since the old skin is already peeled off from the dermis, thus the new skin is exposed and will be thin-skinned to sun exposure. Obviously this means that application of sunscreen products is highly recommended. It is not advisable to expose under the heat of the sun your newly treated skin. Another thing to consider before deciding to accept this procedure is the cost that this would entail, since you would go for not just only one session but a series of session depending on your skin type and the damage of your skin. So it would be best if you could estimate the cost of each session and how many sessions you need to undertake. Also ensure or prove the training of the attendant who will be doing the procedure because result may also vary depending on their expertise, research, and how extensive they are involve in any updates or training on this procedure.