It’s normal for skin to be dry and tight following a VibraDermabrasion procedure, and some people say their skin was flushed pink. These side effects should subside over the next day, with the use of a gentle cleanser and moisturizer.
To get the maximum effect of the treatment, avoid anything that overheats your body—including showers, a sauna, steam rooms, and exercise—for the first 24 hours.
You can somewhat resume your regular skin-care routine after 48 hours, but you should avoid topical anti-aging, exfoliating, or anti-acne products that contain salicylic acid, AHA/BHA acids, retinols, vitamin C, or benzoyl peroxide, for seven days due to prevent possible irritation.
In the next few weeks, your skin may be more sensitive to sun exposure, so it’s important to use a sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher.
Aestheticians recommend monthly sessions because your skin cells naturally turn over every 28 days.