This treatment is a minimally invasive procedure used to renew overall skin tone and texture. It can improve the appearance of sun damage, wrinkles, fine lines, age spots, acne scarring, melasma, and other skin-related concerns and conditions.

The procedure uses a special applicator with an abrasive surface to gently sand away the thick outer layer of the skin to rejuvenate it.

This technique sprays fine particles of aluminum oxide or sodium bicarbonate with a suction to accomplish the same outcome as using the abrasive surface. 

Smoothes up :

fine lines and wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, age spots, and brown spots, enlarged pores, and blackheads, acne and acne scars, stretch marks, dull-looking skin complexion, uneven skin tone and texture, melasma, and sun damage.

Appointment scheduling needs $50 deposit which it will use in your treatment session




The client will receive :

90-minute treatment

including deep cleaning, enzyme, oxygen, LED light, microcurrent, and serum therapy(Such as human stem cell, anti-wrinkle, vitamin c-e-a, hyaluronic acid, brightening, arnica, …) using rezenerate device.

First-time clients will have a free home-care regimen for at least 15 days!

$20 – lip care

$25 – peel-off masque

$30 – eye THERAPY

$30 – Collagen Therapy

$30 – dermaplaning

$100 – chemical peel

$650: Package of 3
$1300: Package of 6

Before & After Gallery

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Most frequent questions and answers

Treatment is safe and effective for all skin types. The Microdermabrasion is very fine and won’t cause damage to your skin. there’s no risk for scarring or infection. Treatment is painless and can take an hour or so.

If you have active acne, chemical peels are a better choice because Microdermabrasion can irritate it or even cause more issues. Chemical peels use salicylic acid to reduce further breakouts by exfoliating the dead skin cells. If you have light wrinkles, Microdermabrasion or light chemical peels can help.

There is a risk that Microdermabrasion can spread infections from one part of your skin to another. So you should not have Microdermabrasion if you have skin infections such as impetigo, or have had warts, herpes and other viral infections. Sometimes it can make other conditions like rosacea flare up.