Microdermabrasion(MDA) Treatment

About Microdermabrasion(MDA)

Who should consider getting microdermabrasion(MDA) done?

Microdermabrasion(MDA) is right for all skin types and for anyone interested in improving the appearance of: scars, open pores, fine lines, wrinkles, pigmentation problems, uneven skin tone, dull, lifeless and sun-damaged skin.

Will you experience any discomfort during the treatment?

Initially, you may feel a mild scratching sensation as the crystals make contact with the skin. Mild redness may occur for ½ hour to one day.

What results can you expect?

Depending on the area treated, you will notice an improvement in your skin’s appearance. Acne scars will be less obvious. Age spots and fine lines are erased and many patients report that their skin seems to be softer, smoother and younger looking.

How soon will you see results?

After your first treatment, your skin will have a radiant glow. The number of treatments recommended for maximum results ranges from 2 to 12.

How long do treatments take?

A Microdermabrasion(MDA) treatment session usually lasts about 30 minutes. During your session we focus on your problem areas, but time can be given to other areas of concern.

What are the benefits of micro-dermabrasion(MDA) over other procedures?

  1. It takes less time.
  2. There is less discomfort.
  3. Recovery is quick.

How often can I receive this treatment?

It depends on the area and the type of skin being treated. To obtain the maximum results, we recommend a series of six treatments at least 3 weeks apart.

What areas of the skin are mostly treated by microdermabrasion(MDA)?

Face and neck, elbows and knees, hands and feet, shoulders, scratch marks on abdomen and hips.

How will you look after the treatment?

Your skin may look slightly flushed immediately after the treatment but should return to normal in 10-30 minutes. Your skin will look and feel smoother and more youthful even after the first treatment and will continue to improve with additional treatments.

Post-procedure care

Use sunscreens and avoid direct sun exposure. And follow other instructions as advised by our dermatologist.