Microdermabrasion is a Non Surgical method of rejuvenation by means of mechanical skin exfoliation without chemicals or laser.
This Non Surgical skin resurfacing procedure immediately restores smoother younger looking skin and is great for treating the following skin conditions:
– Fine lines and wrinkles
– Sun damaged skin
– Bright luminous skin
– Acne prone skin
– Stimulates collagen production
– Superficial age spots and Hyperpigmentation
– Oily, dry or Patchy Skin
– Ideal as a quick pick me up
The skin exfoliating process improves the tone and texture of the skin and also reveals the new, living skin cells that are soft and smooth. One of the many advantages of Microdermabrasion is that it can be used on all skin types, young and old, male and female with no recovery time needed post treatment.
Treatments are performed using a wand which removes the upper most layer of skin by gently exfoliating the skin with natural diamond chips whilst at the same time vacuuming the dead skin cells away. No loose abrasives are used to contaminate you or the environment.
A course of 4 – 10 sessions at regular intervals of 10 – 14 days is recommended depending on the condition being treated and treatments typically last 45 minutes. To obtain optimum results, this treatment may also be used in conjunction with other treatments such as Priori skin peels or just as a quick pick-me-up for tired, dull skins. Micro skin resurfacing treatments are painless yet effective. The degree of effectiveness is controlled by a widely adjustable vacuum in conjunction with varying coarseness of the wands.
Your skin may look slightly flushed immediately after treatment but for most people skin should return to normal in 10 – 30 minutes. Occasionally the skin may feel warm to the touch and be slightly tingly for up to 24 hours following treatment.Results can be maintained with the correct use of professional homecare products such as Priori Coffeeberry, Advanced AHA or Idebenone skin care ranges and regular maintenance micro skin resurfacing every 4 – 6 weeks.