What is it?

It is a technique of exfoliating the outer layer of the skin, particularly the keratin layer.

What is its target?

Our skin is continuously renewing itself. The cells of the basic skin layer multiply and their “offspring” are pushed outwards by the newborn cells, until they fall off the skin as folids.

By removing the keratin layer, we increase cell regeneration and the new cells that come to the surface, are younger.

Face Dermabrasion

What is the result?

What we achieve with dermabration is a renewed, fresher and brighter skin.

Dermabration soothes fine lesions such as the smoker’s lines and acne scars.

It works perfectly for skins that have been over exposed to the sun and have developed melasma. It can be used instead of, or in combination with, plasma treatments.

How does it work?

A rotating instrument with microcrystals is pressed on the skin and is being moved all over the face with smooth manipulations, until the desired result is achieved.

Is there any downtime?

No. One may return to their work or any other social activity right after the treatment without any pain or irritation.

How often can I have it?

As a mild, immediate-result treatment, it can be applied quite often in combination with other skin treatments, depending on the individual needs.