If your skin appears dull, lifeless, or even older than you’d like, you can give it an instant boost with a microdermabrasion treatment. Through this treatment our qualified aestheticians perform an exfoliation procedure that gently removes the outer layer of the skin, where the dull, dead skin cells lie. The treatment includes a cooling masque to reduce redness while soothing and hydrating the skin.

Smoothening the skin and improving facial texture with a minimally invasive procedure, microdermabrasion is a breakthrough in cosmetic correction as it treats a variety of skin issues with safety and efficiency.

Microdermabrasion benefits:

  • Decreases the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and age/sun spots
  • Improves acne and acne-related scarring
  • Increases production of collagen and elastin
  • Repairs sun-damaged skin
  • Stimulates the production of new skin cells
  • Improves the appearance of uneven skin tone
  • Reduce pore size
  • Leaves skin silky smooth

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Does Microdermabrasion hurt?

Microdermabrasion is a relatively painless procedure. The  treatment feels like a mild biting sensation, similar to the feeling of stinging rain drops.

How long does a microdermabrasion session take, and how many treatments will I need?

Treatment times and number of treatments will vary, depending on your skin type and the condition it is in. Results are usually immediate, and everyone notices an amazing difference after just one treatment. Consultations are free, and we invite you to call us at (416)626-1881 to find out more.

How long does it take to recover from a Microdermabrasion treatment?

There is no down time. You’ll feel similar to having had a milk sunburn and feel tightening of the skin. You can apply moisturizer on the treated area and return to your day of activity as normal.

Am I a good candidate for Microdermabrasion?

Virtually anyone interested in improving the appearance of their skin can benefit from microdermabrasion regardless of age, ethnicity, or skin type. Microdermabrasion is most commonly performed on the face, but can also be safely performed on other areas of the body.