Diamond Microdermabrasion

This is a mechanical exfoliation procedure that is performed with a diamond tip. This non-invasive treatment will remove the superficial layer of dead skin cells. Suitable for men and women who have concerns about fine lines, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, acne scars, enlarged pores, congested skin and dull skin. This treatment stimulates collagen production, smooths fine lines, reduces enlarged pores, the appearance of scars, and lightens dark spots.

 

How does the treatment work?

Dead skin cells are suctioned off while the negative pressure boosts blood circulation and stimulates cell regeneration. Skin is freed of excess hardened skin and made receptive for active ingredients. At the same time, impurities caused by clogged pores are reduced by removing the corneum (hardened skin layer). The skin’s appearance becomes finer, the pores smaller and the reproduction of skin cells are stimulated. An immediate firming effect is achieved by the vacuum massage. In combination with a skin treatment at our spa, your skin is provided with moisture and other active ingredients.

How many times should the treatment be repeated? Which zones can be treated?

Depending on your skin condition, we recommend repeating diamond microdermabrasion at intervals of 4 to 6 weeks to achieve a consistent result. For problem skin, it makes sense to shorten the intervals to 2 weeks between treatments, until the appearance of your skin has improved significantly.

Generally, the treatment can be performed on all areas of the body: the most common treatment zones are the face, neck, décolletage and back.

Should I opt for the treatment?

There are very few cases where diamond microdermabrasion is not recommended. It is generally an ideal treatment for promoting healthy skin and helping it to regenerate. It is particularly recommended for:

  • preparing the skin for microneedling
  • blemished or oily skin, or with enlarged pores
  • prevention or counteraction of premature wrinkles
  • treatment of light scarring

Not recommended for active acne.