It’s June here in Modesto, CA. In my backyard, I have several Sago palm trees which are developing new leaves. These new leaves are very soft – very much like the new skin that is encouraged to grow via microdermabrasion. Perhaps the same analogy could be made for old skin before microdermabrasion – it would be like the older leaves on the plant which are somewhat rough and prickly.
Below pictures are closer up pictures of the new growth on the sago palm tree. These pictures are in between the stages of the first and second picture. The pictures below show how the sago palm leaves uncurl. It has a scroll like appearance – somewhat like the scroll head of a violin.
Learn more about microderm in Modesto, CA.