What is Microdermabrasion

It is a form of mechanical exfoliation procedure that helps to remove the dead skin cells in the  top layer of the skin or the epithelial stratum corneum by utilizing ultra fine oxide crystals or a Diamond tip.  It is a non-invasive action that does not go beyond the epidermis. The amount of exfoliation for each client depends on the conditions being treated and the individual clients.  With one treatment, clients can see an improvement in their skin; however, a series of treatments is often required to affect client's desired changes.

Microdermabrasion is beneficial because it stimulates the basal layer of the skin that promotes cellular regrowth, increasing blood flow and oxygen to the skin, enhancing its collagen productivity and stimulating new blood cells.

Microdermabrasion Benefits:

  • Clients with uneven pigmentation, fine lines and clogged pores can benefits from a series of treatments

  • It can aid in the penetration of skincare products

  • Stimulates blood flow

  • Improves cell production, which helps skin's elasticity and texture.

  • It helps to reduce the appearance of acne scars

  • It helps with sun damaged skin​

Who is not a good candidate for Microdermabrasion:

  • Clients with grade II through grade IV acne

  • Clients with Diabetes

  • Lessons on the skin

  • It does not treat Eczema, Psoriasis, Dermatitis, Viral Lesions

  • Clients with warts or open wounds

  • Pregnancy

What is Dermaplaning

Dermaplaning is a non-invasive skin procedure that involves using a sharp tool to exfoliate  the surface of your skin.

The purpose of Dermaplaning is to give your skin an immediate exfoliation for a lumminous glow.

It helps to remove dead skin cells from the epidermis and temporarily removes peach fuzz from the face.  It is a great treatment for pregnant women and clients suffering from mild acne.

It is recommended every 4-6 weeks.





  • Smooth, glowing skin

  • Dewy skin

  • Faster cell turnover

  • Better product intake

  • Diminishes hyperpigmentation