- Microdermabrasion Instructions:
Do not use Retin-A
or other exfoliating creams 24
to 72 hours (1 to 3 days) prior to your
sun tanning or tanning creams/sprays for at
least a week before treatment
must NOT have recently had laser surgery or
who have had a recent chemical
peel or other skin procedure, such
injections, should wait two to three
weeks before undergoing microdermabrasion.
patients should also refrain from waxing or
tanning the skin to be treated for a few weeks
prior to microdermabrasion treatment.
your face and neck with a non-oily, non-soap
based cleanser before each scheduled treatment.
- Microdermabrasion Instructions
maximize microdermabrasion recovery
time and results, it is important
to follow all post-procedure instruction
the new skin clean and moisturized
creams or cold compresses may be used as necessary
a gentle cleanser.
such as scratching or picking the treated area
should be avoided.
is important to avoid irritatig the treated
skin with harsh chemicals, rubbing or tanning
for one week.
some peeling may occur in the treated areas,
moisturizer should help minimize this effect.
staying in the sun for at least 7 days
after the microdermabrasio treatment to prevent
UV rays from damaging your skin which slows
down the recovery.
who absolutely cannot avoid sun exposure should
use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of
30 or higher.
not use glycolic, alpha hydroxy, beta hydroxy,
retinol, benzyl peroxide or topical acne medicatios
for 24-48 hours following treatment.
may resume prescription retinoid products (Retin
A, Renova, Tretinoin, Avita, Alustra or other
brands f Tretinoin and other prescription retinoid
products (Adapalene, Avage, Differin, Tazorac,
Tazarotene) 3 - 7 days after last microdermabrasion
treatment or as instructed by your technician.
you are receiving a series of treatments, do not
resume any of these products until after you have
completed your last medical microdermabrasion
Dr. Kyle's office immediately in the event of
any rare effects such as blistering, scabbing,