Microdermabrasion

The microdermabrasion process is a comparatively comfortable and convenient approach to the treatment of sun damage, wrinkles, age spots, superficial pigmentation, enlarged or oily pores, and acne. The procedure takes about 30 minutes and does not involve anesthesia, recovery time or side effects. Plus, Parisian Peel microdermabrasion is more affordable and less invasive than chemical or laser treatments. This treatment will make your skin glow and make your products and make up go on smoother.

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How does a microdermabrasion work?

The gentle abrasive diamond-encrusted handpiece combines with suction to remove the dead outer layer of skin. This brings out the smoother softer under layer of skin.

What does the microdermabrasion treat?

Microdermabrasion will improve sun-damaged skin, fine lines, wrinkles, age spots, superficial pigmentation, enlarged pores, oily skin, blackheads, whiteheads, and acne scars.

How long does the treatment take?

The treatment takes 35-40 minutes and includes cleansing, microderm, masking, massage, and finishing product.

Does the treatment hurt?

The treatment may feel scratchy and at times tingly. It is a unique sensation but not uncomfortable.

How much does the treatment cost?

It is $85 for a stand-alone service and can be added to a facial for $50.

What should I do before my microdermabrasion treatment?

Avoid waxing for 4 days, retinol for 2 weeks and facial scrubs for 1 week. These may cause unnecessary irritation.

Can I have this treatment with any other treatments?

This treatment can be added on to any body treatment or a facial.

Are there restrictions after my treatment?

We recommend that you avoid wearing make-up the day of your treatment and avoid the sun. You can resume normal activities the following day with sunscreen.

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