Medical Microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion is a non-invasive exfoliation treatment that involves spraying fine crystal particles onto the skin surface through a small handpiece, which is gently placed over the skin. It can also be performed with a machine that uses a vacuum to remove skin cells onto a diamond-coated tip. The extent to which the skin is exfoliated by this process depends on the length of time the skin is exposed to the device and the type of tip used. Fine diamond tips are used to treat delicate skin, superficial scars and small areas, while coarser tips are used for deeper scars and larger areas.

Microdermabrasion is used to treat:
Sun-damaged skin
Pigmentation irregularities
Fine lines and wrinkles
Skin texture irregularities
Scars (including acne scars)