Advanced skin resurfacing treatments have arrived. Skin rejuvenation and anti-aging treatment menus have expanded with innovative acids and enzymes, and the emergence of advanced microdermabrasion. Enzyme Facials, Lite Chemical Peels and Microdermabrasion are all skin resurfacing treatments that rejuvenate the skin and address the effects of aging. They stimulate the production of collagen and elastin in the dermis area of the skin, visually apparent after 4 – 6 treatments. Their primary difference is that Microdermabrasion performs an immediate exfoliation, while Enzyme and Lite Chemical Peels do not. With peels, cells are encouraged to speed up their regeneration process, but none are removed during the peel application process.
Signature Dual Treatment Procedure
The most popular treatment at Enza MediSpa is the combining of two treatments — a Microdermabrasion and a Lite Chemical Peel, at the same visit. Performing two treatments during one skin resurfacing appointment was once frowned upon by many in the field. However, it is now almost a routine protocol for many aesthetic professionals. The microdermabrasion is a great pre-acid preparation, stimulating deeper and more even results.
Exfoliation and resurfacing techniques and formulas are constantly being refined. At Enza MediSpa, we are committed in our search for the latest techniques, information and training to deliver maximum skin care benefits to our clients and patients.
Benefits of a Signature Dual Treatment
Dr. Ember Ewings & Enza MediSpa offer the signature Microdermabrasion and Lite Chemical Peel combination as a skin rejuvenation treatment. The dual treatment can also improve the condition of a patient’s skin prior to surgical procedures and post-operatively to help them maintain optimal results following surgery.
Skin in poor condition will need very different treatment than skin in good condition that has had appropriate preconditioning. Your esthetician will determine the proper level of exfoliation, along with the active chemical peeling agent, based on the skin’s health.
The commitment of the client to the appropriate home skin care regimen and ongoing treatment program will influence the results of a dual resurfacing treatment.
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Time Between Applications: Anti-aging treatments should be performed 10 – 14 days apart to allow collagen and elastin to reach maximum development before the next treatment. Microdermabrasions and Lite Chemical Peels are a true staple in the medical/spa arena. The dual skin resurfacing treatment is often a first step for many individuals as they begin their Synergy Skin Renewal plan.
Why Choose Dr. Ember Ewings
For over a decade, Dr. Ember Ewings has taken pride in delivering excellence in plastic surgical care. She earned her medical degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and completed her surgical residency training in plastic surgery at Saint Louis University. Additionally, she gained extensive experience in pediatric and craniofacial surgery during her fellowship at the University of Tennessee – Memphis, and Hôpital Necker-Enfants Malades in Paris, France. Dr. Ewings is also Board Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery.
Dr. Ewings has enjoyed caring for patients of all ages from across the upper Midwest, and performs both cosmetic surgical, non-surgical, and reconstructive procedures, and is delighted to be able to provide outreach services in Durand, Wisconsin.
She owns and operates the Plastic Surgery Clinic of Eau Claire in Eau Claire. Prospective patients can reach Dr. Ewings through her online Consult Form, or at her practice, Plastic Surgery Clinic of Eau Claire – 715.833.2116 or 800.456.8222.
Dr. Ewings customizes each breast lift to match her patient’s unique aesthetic goals for beautifully-shaped, perky breasts and lifted nipples.
Dr. Ewings can fill in indentations, subtly improve the shape of the nose, and even enhance facial balance by making small adjustments to the nose.
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Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. More than 600,000 new cases are reported each year.