This treatment gently removes epidermal cells to treat a vast range of skin imperfections: sun damage, acne, acne scarring, uneven granular skin, fine lines, wrinkles, aging skin, enlarged pores, blackheads,. The Diamond tip head is the most effective, controlled technique for the removal of dead skin cells, and results in a much smoother, revitalized skin with immediate results and no downtime. Recommended in a series for optimal results.
|Basic Micro With Mask
Micro Chest or Back
Micro Upper Arms
Package of 4
Recently asked questions:
Is Microdermabrasion Suitable For Me?
If the goal is to get rid of superficial acne scars, blotchy skin, large pores, age or sun spots, fine wrinkles or uneven skin tone and texture, you are a perfect candidate for micro dermabrasion. All skin types and colors can be treated with microdermabrasion.
How Many Treatments Are Required?
Your Medical Aesthetician can give you a rough idea of the number of microdermabrasions needed for best results. Major changes are obvious after the fifth session, even though most patients say they observed improvements after the first two. Most suggest 6 to 10 microabrasion treatments, scheduled around two weeks apart, so the skin has time to recover between micro dermabrasion sessions. After the recommended number of sessions, you may have to schedule another microdermabrasion once every two or three months, to maintain the effects.
Will I Experience Any Discomfort During Treatment? Does It Hurt?
Micro abrasion treatment is painless. Some patients have reported some heat like a mild sunburn. You may feel some mild discomfort, but as microdermabrasion treatment continues, your skin gets used to the exfoliation. It feels like the mild facial massage from a special wand. Your face may appear a little pinkish in the first 24 hours, but you should not experience any itchiness or pain.
How Soon Can I Return To Work?
You can return to work the minute you leave. If your skin looks reddish, like after a mild sunburn, you can cover it up with some of our Priori Minerals.
Are There Any Microderm Abrasion Contraindications?
Microderm abrasion is not recommended to keratosis sufferers, people with undiagnosed lesions, active rosacea or active acne, (stages 3 to 4), diabetes, auto-immune disorders, fragile capillaries, eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis or lupus. Recent laser surgery or Accutane acne treatment may also be sound reasons for the medical aesthetician not to recommend microdermabrasion.
Are There Any Risks Involved?
Micro dermabrasion is virtually risk-free. It is non-invasive and mild, so you have nothing to worry about