Microdermabrasion

at our Knightsbridge clinic in London

Microdermabrasion is a safe and controlled treatment used for skin complaints such as acne and acne scarring, dull and tired skin, pigmentation, blemishes and the effects of ageing skin (including wrinkles and fine lines). During treatment, your specialist will target problems areas on the face and body using a headpiece that intensely exfoliates and resurfaces the skin using non-allergenic crystals, that remove the outermost layers of dead skin cells. After treatment your skin will be left bright, fresh and with a noticeably rejuvenated complexion.

At Omniya, we are able to address many different skin concerns through the use of our powerful treatments and advanced products. In order to recommend the best course of action, we recommend booking in with one of our expert Skin Specialists for a Free Consultation.

Treatment Overview

  • Procedure Time:

    60 minutes

  • Number of Sessions:

    Typically, between 1 and 6 sessions are required. The exact number of sessions that will produce the desired results can vary and will be confirmed by one of our Skin Specialists during a Free Consultation.

  • Downtime:

    Microdermabrasion is a safe and common procedure and, unlike laser resurfacing or chemical peels, this procedure is not invasive and therefore does not require downtime to allow for healing and recovery.

  • Back To Work:

    The skin might appear slightly red for the remainder of the day following treatment, however it is safe to apply makeup directly after treatment.

  • Duration Of Results:

    6 - 12 months

  • Timeframe for Results:

    Typically, between 1 and 6 sessions are required. The exact number of sessions that will produce the desired results can vary and will be confirmed by one of our Skin Specialists during a Free Consultation.

Frequently Asked Questions for Microdermabrasion

  • Does Microdermabrasion hurt?

    Microdermabrasion is virtually pain free as the crystals are hard enough to disrupt and remove the dead skin cells that leave the skin looking dull and tired. However, they are small enough to not cause unnecessary and excessive damage to the skin.

    Where on my body can I have Microdermabrasion?

    Microdermabrasion is suitable for most areas of the body, including the face, neck and chest.

    What is the post treatment advice?

    After microdermabrasion, it is important to protect your newly resurfaced skin from damage that can be caused by UVA and UVB ray exposure. We recommend wearing an SPF daily to protect your skin and to prolong the results from your treatment.