Diamond-tipped microdermabrasion is a mechanical but very delicate treatment that, using  exfoliating tips and water, removes the superficial layers of the skin to perform a deep cleaning, eliminating superficial dead cells, fat, and accumulated blackheads. to revitalize it, improving  expression lines and acne sequelae.


  • Decrease in open comedones (blackheads).
  • Decrease in oiliness on the face.
  • Decreased pore size.
  • Improvement of skin aging.
  • Removal of dead cells from the surface.
  • It’s a very friendly procedure, nothing invasive or aggressive.
  • Improves oxygenation of the skin.
  •  improvement of acne scars.
  • It favors and stimulates the renewal of skin cells.


  • Photoaged  skin.
  • Pigmentation.
  • skin lines and wrinkles
  • Skin thickening (Hyperkeratosis).
  • Dry Skin.
  • Cysts and comedones
  • Acne sequelae.
  • Seborrheic skin.
  • Enlarged and/or open pores.


  • After cleaning the face  and  neck.
  • The equipment uses a suction system that allows, in addition to exfoliation with the circular heads covered with diamond particles, the aspiration of cellular debris.
  • The exfoliating tips can be exchanged according to the area being treated. They act in two ways:
    •        Abrasion: removes dead cells and impurities from the skin.
    •        Vacuum (Vacuum or negative pressure) that with movement decompresses the                    tissues and stimulates circulation.
  • At the end of the session, we put on sunscreen.
  • The sessions last between half and an hour.
  • After each session, there are no restrictions.
  • The sessions do not usually produce irritation or redness of the skin, and if it occurs is mild, it disappears within a few hours.

Additional Recommendations:

  • It is convenient to hydrate the skin  post-treatment to keep it  moisturized.
  • Use sunscreen.
  • Avoid direct sun exposure during the following days.
  • The changes are evident from the first session, but 6 sessions are recommended for optimal results. 


  • History or active herpes.
  • Regular consumption of anti-inflammatories.
  • Infected skins
  • Warts.
  • Telangiectasias (red veins).
  • Rosacea.