Face Treatments

Diamond Microdermabrasion

Diamond Microdermabrasion is a non-surgical, safe, and effective light peel that can help with fine lines, wrinkles, and smooth minor pigment irregularities. Microdermabrasion skin resurfacing is a treatment that improves wrinkles, skin texture and color by removing the topmost layer of skin leaving it softer and plumper.
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Skin resurfacing also stimulates the elastic tissue beneath the surface of the skin resulting in a healthier and firmer appearance. Diamond microdermabrasion treatment is non-invasive, pain-free and requires no down time after treatment.The length of the treatment and number of treatments vary depending on skin type and condition. Results are gradual but highly effective.Most people experience softer, smoother skin after their first treatment. Recent studies have demonstrated about 45% thickness in skin after a series of microdermabrasion procedures. It also kick starts the skin regeneration process, it stimulates the production of new skin cells and collagen.Diamond microdermabrasion offers benefits to anyone who wants to improve specific skin conditions and rejuvenate the overall health and appearance of their skin.Benefits:? Rejuvenates sun damaged skin – face, neck, shoulders, back, arms and legsReduce age spotsMinimize blotchy skin coloringReduce acne and superficial scars from past injuryExtract blackheads and whiteheadsStretch marks reductionImprove overall skin healthAging, sun-damaged skinAcne/blemished skinAcne scarringStretch marksEnlarged/clogged pores

Altered pigmentationFine lines & wrinklesSkin rejuvenation

Who should not have it?

You should not have a microdermabrasion treatment if you have recent herpes outbreak, warts, active weeping acne (stages 3-4), active rosacea, unstable diabetes, auto-immune system disorders, recent laser surgery, recent start of Retin A, recent medium/ deep chemical peel, recent waxing, and if prone to hyper pigmentation. Active eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis, vascular lesions (haemangiomas or port-wine-stains) and telangiectases (broken capillaries). You must not have it if you are HIV or hepatitis B or C positive. Bleeding disorders, warfarin and aspirin therapy are relative contraindications. Accutane therapy should have been stopped at least 2 months before the procedures.

How often to have it?

Clients should come for a microdermabrasion session every two weeks. A proper skin care program combined with microdermabrasion is key and will augment and enhance the results of the treatment. A series of 6-12 treatments can be carried out. After this you can have maintenance treatments once every three months. The fact that microdermabrasion is performed in a series of treatments allows the clinician to gradually and safely take the skin to new levels of health and beauty without compromising its delicate nature.