Vibraderm™ microdermabrasion is a non-invasive treatment that rejuvenates aging, sun-damaged and acne-prone skin by exfoliating dead skin cells that have been building and clogging your pores. It can treat the face, neck, chest, shoulders, back and hands and provides the following benefits:
Reduces fine lines, wrinkles, age spots, scars and hyperpigmentation
Refines the appearance of pores
Stimulates circulation, collagen and cell regeneration
Eliminates acne including whiteheads and blackheads
Improves elasticity and skin texture
Improves delivery of hyaluronic acid, peptides, growth factors and cytokines.
Q & A
What is Vibraderm™?
Vibraderm™ is a procedure that uses an organic abrasive surface and a controlled vibration to
exfoliate & rejuvenate the skin. After the treatment, the skin has improved texture and softness,
as well as fewer imperfections such as wrinkles and acne scars.
How does the treatment work?
The skin is cleansed to remove excess oil and dirt. Then, an aesthetic professional passes the
hand piece over the area. The organic abrasive surface abrades away old, dead skin cells while
compacting & activating receptors in the deeper layers. This promotes the growth of collagen,
increases cell turnover, and facilitates better delivery of hyaluronic acid, peptides, growth factors
and cytokines to the deeper layers of the skin. Sun-Block & Moisturizers are then applied.
How many treatments are required?
Vibraderm™ works best when repeated over several weeks. Discuss the optimum schedule and
number of treatments with your aesthetic professional.
What are the benefits of Vibraderm™ over other treatments?
Vibraderm™ has no loose crystals to contaminate you or your environment. The precise abrasive
surface allows the level of exfoliation to be carefully controlled. Vibraderm™ is generally
considered more gentle than other microdermabrasion methods, while producing better results
through better science.
Are there any possible side effects?
After the treatment, you may experience some redness and discomfort similar to a sunburn. Skin
conditions may appear worse for a short time, and your skin may become temporarily darker or
Will there be any downtime?
One of the advantages of Vibraderm™ is that it has no downtime. You can return to your normal
routine and apply cosmetics directly after treatment.
What are the results?
The skin feels softer and appears younger. Minor wrinkles are improved by the growth of new
collagen. Exfoliation improves brown spots, uneven skin tone, acne and acne scars.
How soon will results appear?
Skin improvement varies depending on your individual skin quality. Most people experience a
noticeable immediately, and results improve with multiple treatments.
How long does a Vibraderm™ treatment last?
A Vibraderm™ facial treatment lasts about half an hour. Additional time is required for
additional areas or combination treatments.
What conditions respond best to this treatment?
Vibraderm™ works well for damaged skin, whether affected by acne, sun damage or aging.
Who are candidates for Vibraderm™?
Vibraderm™ can be used to rejuvenate skin of any type. Those seeking to reduce minor flaws or
wrinkles without downtime are encouraged to consider Vibraderm™.
Who should avoid Vibraderm™?
Vibraderm™ should be avoided by those with recent viral infections, such as cold sores and
shingles, those with eczema, sunburns, uncontrolled auto-immune disorders, keloid formation,
recent previous laser/IPL, and Accutane ® .
How does the treatment feel?
Vibraderm™ does not require anesthesia, and most people find the vibration soothing and
invigorating. It may be, at most mildly uncomfortable for some. Tightness and heat are common
effects and quickly fade.
How long do the results last?
Lasting effects depend on proper skin care. A series of six treatments over a few months is
recommended for best results, followed by regular maintenance treatments quarterly.
What are the limitations of Vibraderm™?
Vibraderm™ is designed for minor imperfections and general improvement. Those with very
significant sun damage, deep wrinkles and serious scars should seek an adjunctive or alternative