Skin House is offering no other than the Pristine Microdermabrasion Diamond Peel system, the award winning and trusted name in microdermabrasion system using genuine laser cut diamond tips, which gently exfoliates the skin without cutting or scratching. The use of genuine diamond tips ensures that treatments are done safely, effectively and accurately. Unlike conventional crystal base microdermabrasion, Pristine uses no aluminum oxide crystals so treatment rooms remain clean and free of harmful pollutants, and patients are not exposed to loose particles that can irritate eyes and breathing airways.

 

The Pristine Diamond Tip introduces an aesthetic experience not found in conventional, crystal-based treatments. The Pristine microdermabrasion system is based on two sole functions: exfoliation and vacuum. So it gently and effectively treats skin problems, lessens fine lines and wrinkles, crow’s feet, cellulites and stretchmarks, age spots, blemishes, and uneven skin texture.  Diamond peel before infusing vitamins on the skin will also help with better penetration and maximum results.

 

Combining the uniformity of each treatment tip with precise vacuum pressure ensures maximum control of exfoliation at consistent treatment depths. Dual action mechanisms stimulate the skin’s cell renewal process to address various impurities, ultimately promoting more resilient and healthier skin.

 

What is Diamond Peel Microdermabrasion?

Diamond peel microdermabrasion is a safe, effective and non-invasive skin resurfacing procedure that deeply polishes and stimulates the skin using densely packed genuine laser-cut diamond tops to remove dead skin cells and promote the growth of healthy, new cells for a smoother, more radiant and flawless complexion.

 

How Does the Pristine Diamond-Peel Treatment Work?

Genuine laser-cut diamond tips gently abrade the upper epidermal layer of the skin to polish the skin surface while a vacuum control stimulates the production of collagen and elastin. The combination of vacuum and pressure ensure diamond-peel uniformity and allow for personalized exfoliation treatments, according to skin type.

 

Should diamond peel dermabrasion hurt?

Not at all. While you may feel a slight tugging on your skin, the treatment is non-invasive, virtually painless and requires no downtime. You’ll enjoy a comfortable and quiet treatment with Pristine.

 

What are the benefits of undergoing diamond peel?

 

Diamond Peel dermabrasion can be used to treat aging skin including that of the eyes, hands and other large areas of the body.  It is used to treat acne scars, chicken pox scars and other discolorations. Diamond peel after facial will help unclog pores that results to blackheads and whiteheads and will help with penetration of vitamins applied on the skin. When used in the underarms, it can help with ingrown hairs and discoloration.  It is safer than chemical peel, crystal base dermabrasion and laser.

 

Can I have diamond peel to reduce acne scars on my back?

 

The state-of-the-art pristine dermabrasion motor provides customizable gentle-to-strong suction control catering to all skin conditions and patient preferences, while our unprecedented 10 precise Diamond Tips of varying sizes and coarseness for all skin types and conditions enable a full range of body treatments from the delicate face, eye and neck areas to larger body parts by simply replacing the tip within seconds during any treatment.  We like to use diamond peel before therapeutic vitamin infusion so the vitamin can penetrate the skin giving maximum effect.

 

How Long Does a Treatment Session Last?

Treatment time varies depending on face and body areas and skin condition. You can expect to complete a full facial in 10 – 15 minutes on average. Rough skin zones and larger body areas may last a bit longer.

 

When Will I See Results with Pristine Diamond Microdermabrasion?

Results can be seen and felt after the very first treatment with an improvement in skin texture and appearance. An overall, gradual improvement can be expected as treatment progresses.  Patients are usually advised to do this every 2 weeks.  Avoid sun exposure and apply sunblock with spf30.