Medical Microdermabrasion

Our Medical Grade Microdermabrasion system exfoliates and resurfaces the skin promoting flawless, smooth, beautiful skin texture. This all natural anti-aging skin rejuvenation procedure promotes collagen production, improves skin elasticity and diminishes wrinkles. This system was designed to protect the epidermis structure and maximize the collagen rebuilding process while performing a medical-grade peel. This skin resurfacing process is effective on all skin types and delivers exceptional anti-aging results.

Microdermabrasion treatments are often referred to as the "lunchtime facial" because they can be completed in as little as twenty minutes. Because microdermabrasion is non-invasive it has a low risk of complications and is one of the safest skin rejuvenation procedures available. The treatment is virtually painless and the results can be dramatic.

Enjoy a comprehensive approach to skin care that is non-surgical, safe and effective. Unlike cosmetic surgery and other invasive skin enhancing treatments, which cost thousands of dollars, microdermabrasion is just a fraction of the expense.

Microdermabrasion can improve or eliminate superficial skin problems. Over time, factors such as aging, sun damage, acne, scarring, and enlarged pores can contribute to a rough skin texture and the formation of facial wrinkles. This skin rejuvenation procedure stimulates production of a new layer of skin cells that contain higher levels of collagen and elastin.

The epidermis, or outer layer of the skin, acts as the skin’s primary defense against the environment, and sustains the most damage from the sun. The effects of sun damage are what cause the skin to have a rough appearance. Beneath the epidermis lies the dermis, or innermost layer of the skin, which provides structure and support.

The dermis is comprised primarily of connective tissue, which is made mostly of collagen and elastin fibers. These fibers form a network that provides the skin with structure, support, and elasticity. Over time, the aging process and sun damage cause a decrease in the amount of collagen and elastin fibers. As this network of fibers breaks down, the skin loses its elasticity and becomes more lax. Together, aging, sun damage, genetics and other factors contribute to wrinkle formation and other changes in appearance.