Microdermabrasion is arguably one of the most popular, safe, quick, convenient and proven methods of skin care for all skin colors and types, from light to dark, dry to oily. This age-defying process can give a brighter, smoother appearance to any skin area in need of exfoliation such as face, neck, hands and chest.

Microdermabrasion is recommended for skin with sun damage, uneven and granular skin, blackheads, fine lines, wrinkles, enlarged pores, some minor acne scars and narrow stretch marks. Microdermabrasion works on improving skin tone and restoring the skins elasticity and clarity. Unlike traditional dermabrasion or chemical peeling, microdermabrasion is done progressively instead of aggressively. This virtually painless process can be performed on all skin types and tones, with no possibility of scarring or hypo pigmentations.

Microderm is the preferred method to gently buff away dry and damaged skin layers. Or, if you are otherwise happy with the condition of your skin, but are looking for a monthly "refresher", microderm offers a winning combination.

Award Winning Equipment:
The award-winning Pristine™ microdermabrasion procedure offers patients a non-invasive and full scope exfoliation treatment that is comfortable and above all, a rewarding aesthetic experience. Since microdermabrasion is based on mechanical exfoliation, the results are immediately visible after the first treatment, making way for smooth, softer skin and a refreshed complexion.

Now You Can Have Glowing Skin Once Again:
Microderm strips away dead and damaged cells to reveal fresh, soft skin. Treatments also stimulate healthy skin cells, reduce imperfections and improve the skin's health.

Get Rid of Your Fine Lines and Blemishes:
Microderm is also effective on fine lines, acne, blackheads, age spots, uneven skin tone, scars and dull, rough skin.

Easy and Painless:
Microdermabrasion will give your skin a fresh glow in as little as 30 minutes with no recovery time. Treatments are painless. Resume normal activities immediately after leaving our office.