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Micro­der­ma­brasion is a form of mecha­nical peeling in which the top layer of the skin is gently removed using extremely fine micro­crystals. The treatment stimu­lates micro-circulation in the skin, refining it and making it parti­cu­larly receptive to active ingre­dients that are subse­quently applied. Micro­der­ma­brasion aids in the creation of finer pores, reduces fine lines, and stimu­lates the skin’s own collagen and elastin production. After­wards, indivi­dually tailored active ingre­dients are able to reach deep into the skin in order to allow them to achieve their maximum effect.

A woman's face undergoing microdermabrasion treatment.

Micro­der­ma­brasion at a glance

Duration approx. 1 hour
Painless Yes
Follow-up treatment No

Micro­der­ma­brasion Prices

Face CHF 180
Face, Neck & Decolleté CHF 270
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Micro­der­ma­brasion Information

Micro­der­ma­brasion is useful in treating scaly, pale skin, impurities, acne scars, enlarged pores, and wrinkles. Scars can be smoothed down, and the texture of an entire area of skin can be made even. Micro­der­ma­brasion is ideal for combining with other cosmetic treat­ments and products tailored to your own skin.

On the day of treatment, the skin is thoroughly cleaned, and oil is removed so that the peeling can take full effect. Following this, the aesthe­tician performs the micro­der­ma­brasion using a special handpiece that circles over the areas of skin to be treated. Small crystals (aluminium oxide, salt, sand) are blasted onto the skin at high speed. These crystals pulverize the upper layer of skin cells, which are then extracted along with the crystals by a vacuum pump. The process is then repeated.

Avoid the solarium and heavy exposure to sunlight for 1 week after treatment. If your skin has a strong incli­nation towards pigmen­tation, apply sunscreen with a protection factor of at least 50, ideally on a daily basis.

Normal reactions of the skin to micro­der­ma­brasion are redness, slight irritation or a light burning feeling. A feeling of warmth or tension in the skin can occur up to 2 days afterwards.


If you have any questions, would like a consul­tation or a treatment appointment, we look forward to hearing from you.