What is MDA (Microdermabrasion)?

Microdermabrasion is a mechanical form of skin exfoliation using an abrasive diamond cut combined with suction. It exfoliates the upper layers of the skin and stimulates collagen growth in the lower layers.

Fewer break outs, refined pores, renewed elasticity

Microdermabrasion intensity can be varied to suit an individuals’ skin concerns from light exfoliation to deep resurfacing. Subsequently you see an improvement in the skin’s texture, more even colouring, fine lines, fewer break outs, refined pores, renewed elasticity and a more youthful appearance.

Diamond & Suction

Suction controls the depth of treatment, as well as velocity of material (high suction, high velocity) and stimulates the blood flow for the oxygenated and nourishment benefits, while activating the lymph system for natural cleansing and draining. Suction is essential for the full regenerating possibilities.

What can Microdermabrasion (MDA) treat?

  • Ageing and sun damaged skin

  • Acne and congestion

  • Rough & thickened skin

  • Scarring

  • Fine lines

  • General skin rejuvenation

How many sessions of Microdermabrasion do I need?

Microdermabrasion is designed to be performed as a course of treatments. Initially it is recommended you begin with 6 weekly sessions, however lines, scarring and other severe skin conditions will take many more regular sessions which will be discussed with you during your consultation.

How does my skin look after a Microdermabrasion treatment?

  • Mild to moderate redness and sensitivity (similar to sunburn) lasting 12-48 hours

  • Skin may feel dry and tight

  • Some darkened areas of skin may occur (this is the skin preparing to shed)

  • Varying amounts of flaking can occur approximately 3 days after your treatment

  • After the skin has shed, it has a healthy glow and feels softer and smoother

Possible complications of Microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion is a wonderful and innovative Aesthetic facial procedure that is recommended for any skin type. That said, it is important clients have a realistic expectation when undergoing the procedure.

Microdermabrasion is used to treat superficial scarring or hyper-pigmentation in the complexion. It is not recommended for deeper scarring. We recommend Derma Roller

  • Crusting (this is the skin preparing to exfoliate) lasting 2-7 days

  • Superficial bruising lasting up to 72 hours

  • Infection leading to scarring , if areas of crusting are not cared for

  • Hyper-pigmentation (darker patches of pigment on the skin) lasting 1-12 months

Prior to the procedure, you will be invited for a consultation with our registered and experienced nurse, who will happily discuss options with you.

See improvement in skin texture, fine lines & wrinkles

Medical Microdermabrasion (MDA)removes the top layers of the skin and cannot offer results for deep scaring or burns. Types of conditions it can treat are acne scarring and hyper-pigmentation. Please see Derma Roller to treat conditions like atrophic scarring.

How much is Microdermabrasion per session?

Multiple sessions maybe required to achieve a desirable result. Your practitioner will go through how many sessions may be required.


Face £45

Hands £55

Decolletage £65

Full back £95

Lower legs £95

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