Microdermabrasion

European technology applied to advanced skin care…

Environmental stresses (especially sun exposure), acne eruptions, and daily trauma combine to coarsen and age your skin. The result is skin with fine wrinkles, heavier texture, and areas of hyperpigmentation (age spots). Stripping away the outer cell layers reveals the younger and firmer skin underneath and stimulates new skin cell and collagen production.

In just a few years microdermabrasion has become the most requested skin-resurfacing technique and the second most popular non-operative Plastic Surgery procedure (next to Botox® Cosmetic injections for dynamic wrinkles). It is suitable for all skin types and has the following advantages:

  • exceptional results
  • no anesthesia
  • no downtime
  • low risk

How is Microdermabrasion Performed?

At Spa Niagara® your microdermabrasion will be performed by licensed aesthetician (skin care specialist) using state-of-the-art equipment. Using a hand-held wand, a steady stream of aluminum oxide crystals is delivered to your skin, the crystals are abraded and the material is evacuated with suction. The effect is a layer-by-layer polishing and smoothing of the skin surface. We adhere to strict medical standards using ceramic filters, disposable hand-piece tips and single-use crystal to prevent any risk for cross-contamination.

MicroCrystal Dermabrasion using the Derma Peel as seen in Vogue

Typically we recommend five to ten treatments performed at weekly intervals depending on your diagnosis. Best results are obtained when combined with an individualized skin care program.

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