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What is Microdermabrasion?
As we age, the automatic process of exfoliation and cell renewal slows down. Sometimes the body needs a little help. With microdermabrasion, an extremely fine mist of microscopic aluminum oxide crystals is fired at the skin. This gentle, painless spray exfoliates the skin, and the dead skin cells are vacuumed into a closed-filter container and discarded.

What is Microdermabrasion used for?
By controlling the power of the spray, anything from a gentle buffing of the skin to deeper exfoliation can be achieved.

The treatment is ideal for:
  • removing stretch marks
  • acne
  • pigmentation
  • lesion and scar formation
  • body treatment
  • How long does the treatment take?
    Each treatment takes approximately 45 minutes.

    How long will the treatment last?
    In order to achieve the maximum effect, a series of at least 5 treatments is required, one treatment per week.

    In summary
    This relatively simple and uninvasive treatment may begin immediately following a consultation. Similar to a gentle peel, the treatment can also improve fine lines and wrinkles, dislodge blackheads and whiteheads, and treat superficial pigmentation. Microdermabrasion leaves the individual feeling vibrant and healthy, and results in skin that not only feels softer and smoother, but also has a healthy-looking glow.

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