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Medical Microdermabrasion

exlaser22-p-personMedical Microdermabrasion is a non surgical method of rejuvenation by means of mechanical skin exfoliation without chemicals or laser.  The treatment can be used on all areas of the body to improve skin appearance, treat mild acne scarring and reduce the signs of aging. Common areas include face, chest, back and shoulders.

 

Frequently referred to as the lunchtime peel, the procedure takes approximately 30 minutes. A special hand piece gently vacuums crystals on the surface of the skin, removing superficial, old, dead and flaking skin cells while stimulating the production of collagen and new skin cells. Microdermabrasion is ideal for those wishing to improve skin appearance and reduce the signs of aging. scarring, age spots and pigment problems. Mild acne scarring and mild wrinkles may also be treated.

Many will notice a difference after the first treatment, although additional treatments are necessary in order to achieve the best results. Periodic maintenance treatments will help to improve skin appearance once you have completed the course recommended by your consultant.

For those wishing to maximise their treatments, we offer glycolic peels which can be worked into your personalised treatment programme. Treatment and maintenance results will also be improved through the use of specific skin products recommended by our Skin Consultants.
                                                                                                                                             Current Promotions
Microdermabrasion  30 mins  $ 145.00 6 treatments for only $599
Microdermabrasion  60 mins  $ 195.00 6 treatments for only $799
Hollywood Facial (Microderm + Laser Genesis)    $ 399.00 Usually $570 limited time only

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Level 1, 255 Broadway, Newmarket, Auckland 1052, New Zealand.
P: 09 630 8042   | E:  info@exquisitelaser.co.nz
 
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