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Comparing 4 Different Skin Resurfacing Options

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When it comes to skin resurfacing, there are so many options that choosing the perfect one can be confusing. Each of these four top skin resurfacing treatments works differently, but they all can offer great benefits for your skin tone, texture and complexion problem areas.

1. Fraxel® Laser Resurfacing

Laser rejuvenation can help your skin in many ways, and is one of the most effective solutions to uncover your healthiest, most glowing skin. With Fraxel®, your doctor will use a fractional laser to penetrate the deep layers of the dermis, targeting and eliminating damaged skin cells with minimal discomfort. The procedure allows the surrounding healthy cells to stay intact, improving overall tone without a lengthy recovery time.

2. Dermaplaning

With dermaplaning, a scalpel is moved gently across the skin to remove surface layers of skin cells and unwanted facial hair. This chemical-free option can be ideal for women who are pregnant or nursing, and women who want to remove peach fuzz and other excess hair.

3. Microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion is another popular, non-invasive treatment that rejuvenates the skin through the exfoliation of dead surface skin cells. Microscopic crystals gently slough the dull cells away, which are then removed by a vacuum system. Microdermabrasion can be highly effective in minimizing the appearance of sun damage, acne and even small wrinkles.

4. Chemical Peels

Chemical peels are one of the most time-tested forms of facial rejuvenation. With this procedure, medical-grade peeling agents are applied to the face in order to remove the outermost layer of skin. After the peel is gently washed off, the skin underneath is revealed for a more youthful, even tone. Chemical peels can be customized in strength for your particular complexion needs.

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