What is Microdermabrasion ?

What is Microdermabrasion ?

Microdermabrasion is a popular procedure and is classified as very superficial dermabrasion or exfoliation. This method employs tiny aluminum oxide crystals which are sprayed onto the skin and immediately sucked up along with dead skin cells, many patients report that their skin feels smoother. It is also popular because it is painless and there is no recovery time after the procedure. It is safe on any skin color.


What is microdermabrasion used for?
Most patients report improvement in acne scars, uneven skin color, and skin texture. Patients like the fact that makeup goes on more smoothly after microdermabrasion.
Microdermabrasion is usually combined with other treatments like mesotherapy, and lasergenesis for better results.

What does microdermabrasion feel like?
During the microdermabrasion treatment, tiny crystals are sprayed out and vacuumed up through a hand piece. There may be some mild discomfort, described by some as similar to an emery board against the skin. Some patients report that the experience is similar to a facial massage.
How long does microdermabrasion take?
Normally, microdermabrasion takes between ten and thirty minutes, depending on the area being treated.
How many treatments will I need?
On average, 6-8 microdermabrasion treatments, spaced one week apart, are required. Most people who use microdermabrasion require a maintenance program to maintain the effects.

What are the risks of microdermabrasion?
Microdermabrasion is safe. There may be facial redness for about 20-30 minutes after the procedure but no recovery time required.

Microdermabrasion & Baking soda


Our  spa-system make any Microdermabrasion treatment is a safe noninvasive procedure that uses tiny baking soda crystals to gently exfoliate and remove superficial layers of dry dead skin cells that are hiding your inner beauty. Our Microdermabrasion is the only system safe enough to treat two of the most age-revealing areas:  the sensitive areas around our eyes and lips.