It is a modern technique for treating the skin gently and successfully. Through the flow of Aluminum Oxide Peeling Crystals, the upper skin is removed gently to create a polished look. 
Microdermabrasion may also be performed in combination with the use of Alpha Hydroxy Acids.
The effects of several controlled microdermabrasion treatments are:
  • Stimulation of cell renewal in the epidermis.
  • Significant increase in the thickness of the epidermis and the dermis.
  • Increase in local blood circulation of the skin.
  • Significant increase in absorption of externally applied active agents. 
Microdermabrasion is ideally suited for following indications:
  • Before any active agents and general regeneration treatments
  • Atrophy and aging skin
  • Hyperkeratosis
  • Skin impurities and acne scars
  • Pigmentation disorders and age spots
  • Uneven skin color, dull, tired skin
  • Body treatment for stretch marks and scars
Microdermabrasion works in two ways:

1. Correction :The speed of the crystal flow causes an abrasive action that gently removes the surface layers of the skin, allowing smoother, fresher skin to emerge. 
2. Stimulation :The vacuum action helps to stimulate microcirculation, increasing the blood supply that provides nutrients needed for skin regeneration. It also stimulates formation of new collagen and elastin to improve skin texture and elasticity.
This system gradually abrades epidermal cells to treat a vast range of skin problems: 
  • Sun-damaged skin
  • Uneven and granular skin
  • Fine lines and wrinkles
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


Is Microdermabrasion painful? 
The treatment is performed with little discomfort. At the most, sensitive patients might experience a slight sensation resembling a light sunburn. After treatment, the skin has a pink glow, and you can resume your normal activities almost immediately. The procedure can be done during lunch hour.
What does microdermabrasion do?
Microdermabrasion is reported to: diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, open and refine pores, reduce thickened areas of the skin, reduce comedones, lighten age spots and other areas of hyperpigmentation and improve the appearance of acne scars.
Is aluminum oxide safe?
Yes. It is the material recognized as the appropriate abradant for the microdermabration procedure. Also, the Material Safety Data Sheet indicates that AI2O3, (in various forms known as Corundum, White Fused Alumina or Bauxite), is non-toxic for ingestion, is not associated with adverse skin contact reactions and is not a known carcinogen.