Vibradermabrasion also know as (Microderm)
Vibradermabrasion is the new way to do microdermabrasion. The new Vibraderm employs a patented vibrating surface to painlessly and evenly exfoliate portions of the stratum corneum (the rough outer layer of the skin), leaving skin very smooth and radiant. Immediate results are seen after just one treatment, and new collagen is created in as little as three weeks. For best results a package of 5 treatments is usually recommended.
In clinical studies, 85% of clients preferred the Vibradermabrasion system over conventional microdermabrasion. There was noticeably less post-treatment redness and edema after the Vibradermabrasion treatment compared to standard microdermabrasion.Vibraderm may also be used to prepare the skin for many additional procedures such as Skin Hydration, Non-ablative Light Source treatments, and Topical Anesthetic enhancement.
Vibrafusion Therapy utilizes the vibrating surface to infuse our topical skin care products deeper into the skin for improved effectiveness. Vibrafusion will typically produce a 500% increase in the absorption of any topical product.
Large areas can be treated evenly with less irritation. Areas treated can include most any place on the body. The face and neck remain the most popular areas.
Vibradermabrasion can improve keratosis pilaris (the fine permanent goose bump type lesions on arms and legs). Syringomas and hyperplastic sebaceous glands on the face also frequently respond to Vibraderm. Most clients need 4-6 sessions at least 4 weeks apart.
Chemical peels, also known as chemical resurfacing, are cosmetic treatments used to improved the appearance of the face or body. Chemical peels are used for the treatment of photoaging (from sun damage), wrinkles, scarring, acne, and discoloration. Chemical peels produce controlled injury to the skin which promotes the growth of new skin with an improved appearance.
Many different chemicals are used including glycolic acid, trichloroacetic acid (TCA), salicylic acid, “Jessners” solution, and phenol. The different chemical solutions produce different degrees of injury to the skin. There are two layers of the skin; the outer layer is called the epidermis and the inner layer, the dermis. Superficial peels (e.g. glycolic acid) produce very superficial injury confined to the epidermis. Superficial peels can help improve conditions such as acne and discoloration. Deeper peels (e.g. phenol peels or TCA) produce injury within the dermis and can reverse moderate to severe photoaging and wrinkles. In general, the deeper peels offer the most dramatic results but require longer recovery periods and carry a higher risk of complications.
We offer a ride range of chemical peels ranging from light to deeper epidermal peels.
After an extensive facial consultation we will decide the chemical peel that is the best for you.
Vibraderm with Chemical Peel
One of our most popular procedures performed, the Vibraderm Peel offers a deep exfoliation followed by a 25% Retinol based peel. We apply the chemical peel, and the client will leave it on the skin for the next 4-6 hours. This treatment is for clients wanting to improves pores, wrinkles, pigmentation, skin tone, texture, and have an overrall improvement to the face, neck, and chest.