Microdermabrasion and Sonophoresis

MICRODERMABRASION
Microdermabrasion treatments are used to improve the texture and quality of your skin. They’re particularly good at tackling dull, dry or rough skin, treating acne and reducing superficial pigmentation and fine lines. This treatment can be used in combination with other treatments, including chemical peels, skin rejuvenation.

Microdermabrasion is a treatment that polishes and deeply exfoliates your skin, while also promoting lymphatic draining. Before treatment, your face is thoroughly cleansed to remove excess make up and dirt. The small hand-piece is then passed over the face to loosen and remove the upper layer of dead skin cells. Following treatment, your skin will be brighter, smoother and softer to touch. Though most commonly used on the face. Microdermabrasion is also extremely effective when used on the hands, back, chest and neck. Treatments are gentle and feel similar to having a facial. They can take anywhere from 10 to 45 minutes, with no recovery time.

WHY SHOULD I GET IT?
All skin requires regular conditioning treatments to encourage radiance. Microdermabrasion does just that, removing dead skin cells and allowing new, healthy skin to shine through.  The effects will last approximately a month, but can vary from person to person.  We recommend six sessions at fortnightly or monthly intervals for ultimate improvement.

Can help as an effective treatment for:

  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Acne, blackheads and congestion
  • Pigmentation
  • Minor scar revision
  • Rejuvenation of dull, tired skin
  • Open pores
  • As a regular skin cleansing and maintenance procedure

SONOPHORESIS
Sonophoresis is a safe, relaxing and non-invasive treatment that uses ultrasonic (soundwave) technology that has been clinically proven to significantly increase the depth and rate that treatment products can be absorbed into the skin.

Sonophoresis following Microdermabrasion
Microdermabrasion perfectly prepares the skin's surface for the enhanced infusion of treatment products during Sonophoresis.