Miccroderms vs Peels

Taking care of your skin is a necessity often overshadowed by hair and nails in a salon setting.

Two ways to refresh your skin without injections or crazy blood facials are with Microdermabrasion and Peels. Both of these treatments are non-invasive, relatively quick, and improve the skin by sloughing away dead skin cells to reveal and generate new ones. If you have any of the following issues with your skin, one of these treatments is probably right for you:

  • Acne or acne scars
  • Aging skin
  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Freckles
  • Irregular skin pigmentation
  • Rough skin and scaly patches
  • Scars
  • Sun-damaged skin

Microdermabrasion is a non chemical, non invasive procedure that uses a spray of microcrystals to remove the outermost layer of dry, dead skin cells and reveal younger, healthier looking skin and even texture and tone.

A Peel is a technique used to improve the appearance of the skin on the face, neck, or hands. A chemical solution is applied to the skin that causes it to exfoliate and eventually peel off. The new, regenerated skin is typically smoother and less wrinkled than the old skin.

At Fringe, our preferred product line for treatments like these is Glo Therapeutics. Glo contains higher levels of pharmaceutical grade active ingredients. All Glo peels contain skin friendly acids that gently remove old skin cells to reveal young, fresh skin. Glo Therapeutics deliver results without skin trauma or aggressive peeling.

Though the aforementioned treatments can certainly have a drastic and instant effect on one’s overall look, receiving regular skin services are just as important for maintaining healthy, youthful skin. Unlike hair and nail maintenance, the benefits of these treatments are much more subtle and tend to improve gradually. Below are some before and afters  to demonstrate the amazing results of these processes.

The first 3 images are demonstrations on the anti- ageing benefits of peels



These 3 images show the acne and scar diminishing benefits of Microderms