Microdermabrasion & Oxygen Therapy

Revitalise your skin

microdermabrasion and oxygen therapy

Microdermabrasion and Oxygen Therapy is a wonderful way to treat your skin and improve superficial skin problems. These clinically proven, non-invasive and painless therapies are designed to repair and rejuvenate skin. With no downtime or side effects, the treatments work to deeply cleanse, nourish and revive while promoting healthy growth of new skin cells effective for the treatment of:

  • Uneven skin tone, redness and inflammation
  • Facial blemishes and acne

  • Sun-damaged skin

  • Wrinkles and fine lines

  • Scarring or wound healing

  • Capillary damage and blood flow

  • Oily or dry skin

Our medical-grade Microdermabrasion machine removes the topmost layer of dead skin cells from the face, resulting in a powerful exfoliation experience. Your skin will instantly look and feel soft, smooth and more youthful.

For best results, Microdermabrasion is highly recommended in conjunction with Oxygen Therapy, a medical-grade treatment designed to cleanse, nourish and revive skin cells. A special machine is used to airbrush a constant supply of oxygen with an active vitamin serum directly into the skin promoting skin cell growth.

Who It’s For

Microdermabrasion may be very useful for men and women with acne, age spots, scarring, coarsely textured skin, enlarged pores, wrinkles or fine lines. There are no side-effects and the treatment is fast and painless.

The Results

Smoother, brighter, firmer, more radiant skin. Regular treatments targeting individual skin concerns result in a visible improvement of uneven skin pigmentation, fine lines, facial blemishes, spots and acne.

How Long

A Microdermabrasion procedure is painless and takes less than an hour to perform. Your technician will advise how many sessions are needed and the recommended timeframe between each treatment.

Give your health the kickstart it needs.

Get in touch today to arrange a consultation and get a treatment plan tailored to your individual needs.

Doctors reserve the right to decline treatment or stop if the patients are found not suitable for treatment.