Medical Microdermabrasion is a treatment that uses no lasers or chemicals. It involves passing a fine collection of medical grade crystals over the skin's surface using a hand held device. The technique gently removes the dead skin cells on the surface and smoothes the surface of the skin's texture through a process of exfoliation. The new, living skin cells beneath this top layer are revealed to present a younger, more rejuvenated appearance.
Is Medical Microdermabrasion safe?
The technique of Microdermabrasion is perfectly safe and painless. The treatment has been used to treat millions of patients over the last ten years and provides fantastic results. There are no side effects.
How long does it take?
The whole procedure is usually complete within half an hour and results can be seen instantly. Some treatments may take longer depending on the skin condition and the overall required results. For longer lasting overall improved skin appearance, we recommend a course of treatments.
How many Microdermabrasion treatments will I need?
You will be advised on the number of treatments required at your first consultation. This will depend on factors like the present condition of your skin, your desired results and your overall health at the time of treatment.
What skin conditions can be treated with Microdermabrasion?
Microdermabrasion is ideal for diminishing or eliminating the following skin conditions:
- Blackhead or whitehead spots
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Sun damaged skin
- Acne prone skin
- Superficial age spots
- Oily skin
- Dry or patchy skin
How much will it cost?
The cost will depend on the length and number of treatments and will be discussed at your initial consultation.
In safe hands
All microdermabrasion procedures are carried out by a highly professional nursing team. Before any procedures are carried out you will receive an initial consultation to discuss the treatment in detail and to ask any questions you may have.
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