Shropshire
SKIN CLINIC
St Michael’s Street, Shrewsbury SY1 2HE  
The Lodge, Farley Road, Much Wenlock TF13 6NB
01743 590019
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Microdermabrasion

This treatment, suitable for all skin types, is a safe and effective way of exfoliating the skin without using any chemicals or laser. 



The machine effects a deep, cleansing massage whereby crystals exfoliate the skin to gently resurface the superficial layers. The vacuum pressure of the treatment is customised according to the client's needs and skin type. The result is a glowing, smooth, even and bright complexion. It is equally an ideal treatment to help you look fantastic for a special occasion or, more seriously, to treat unsightly skin blemishes and acne scarring. 




Optimum results are obtained through a series of treatments, typically six to eight treatments, spaced 10-14 days apart. Significant results should be seen in four to five weeks. There are no side-effects to this treatment (which takes about 45 minutes to administer) and no recovery time is required. Mild redness may be present for a few hours after the Microdermabrasion procedure.



We usually combine microdermabrasion with light Agera skin peels. Treatments are tailored to individual patients. We will recommend skin care products, often from the Agera Medical Skin Care Range to be used in between treatments and as maintenance.

Microdermabrasion is a technical name for what is essentially a deep exfoliating procedure which helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, pigmentation problems, uneven skin tones, and a dull, lifeless, sun-damaged complexion. It is the gentlest of our treatments to the whole of the facial skin and is also helpful in the treatment of both active acne and mild acne scarring. 


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