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Clairderm crystal microdermabrasion, sometimes called the ‘lunchtime peel’, is the non-invasive, gentle process of using crystals accelerated at high velocity, like sandblasting, onto the skin’s surface to abrade and mechanically exfoliate dead and damaged layers of skin cells. This causes micro trauma on the skin’s surface and stimulates the flow of fresh oxygenated blood to the surface. This starts the collagen stimulation, healing and rejuvenating processes. A vacuum suction whisks away the abraded skin particles and crystals in addition to improving the lymphatic function in the skin. This helps to leave the skin looking and feeling smoother, brighter, firmer and blemish free.
What is Hydrabrasion
Hydrabrasion is the latest in aesthetic technology to polish, refine and hydrate the skin in one treatment. Microdermabrasion removes dead skin cell build-up on the skin surface exposing new skin. This is a lot more porous and can better absorb the moisture from the water. Hydrabrasion further cleanses the skin leaving it soothed and hydrated, and the polishing tip gives it additional radiance and smoothness.
The Clairderm Skin Trio’s Microdermabrasion and Hydrabrasion procedure is comfortable, quick and simple. The results are truly AMAZING!
Results can be seen immediately! After your first treatment the skin feels smoother, softer, hydrated and more radiant. After the third treatment the skin is visibly glowing and improvements in skin condition start to be seen. There is no “healing time”, no need to hide away for days or weeks before returning to your normal lifestyle.
However, a program will be advised depending on your skin’s condition and aesthetic goals. This will help maintain an even brighter, clearer, firmer, hydrated and healthier looking skin.
Deluxe Hydra Microdermabrasion $69
Ultimate Hydra MicroDermabrasion $139
It is recommended that the patient refrains from any invasive procedures prior to having a Clairderm Skin Trio procedure unless advised by a practitioner. The following additional precaution should also be noted: