Microderm in Dublin, Ireland

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Dublin Vitality Center

Dublin Vitality Center use the latest method of medical diamond microdermabrasion for their skin rejuvenation treatments. Specialising in sun damage, acne scars and fine lines for both men and women. They say that improvements in the skin are noticable after one session. The equipment used is medically approved by physicians. Nurse onsite. A mini facial is provided with each treatment. Red vein removal diathermy electrolysis can be used to target specific blemishes. The clinic is located in Blanchardstown Village, Dublin 15.

Revive Urban Spa

Located in Dublin 6, this urban spa offers cosmetic and relaxation treatments for both men and women. Their most popular services are the Aruyveda and quick anti-aging facials. They offer gift vouchers online.

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Ailesbury Clinic

Dr. Patrick J. Treacy is a dermatologist specialized in laser and skin resurfacing. At the cosmetic dermatology Ailesbury Clinic in Dublin, Dr. Treacy and his staff offer treatments for acne, rosacea, wrinkles, red veins and sweating.

Elysian Therapy

Placed on Leopardstown Road, this spa offers facial and body rejuvenating and relaxing treatments along with make-up, waxing and reflexology services.

NOTE: The information on this page was last checked for accuracy in June 2007. Please contact the clinics for up to date information.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Who Can Do Micro Abrasion?

A: Professional microdermbrasion can only be performed by trained professionals. Because it can damage the top layer of the skin if not used properly, microdermabrasions tools should only be operated by people with specific theoretical and practical training. A surgeon, dermatologist, esthetician or nurse can perform this procedure professionally after they have been specifically trained by an authorized institution (a medical facility, a cosmetic academy or a specialized company). You can use personal microdermabrasion sets by yourself if you carefully follow the instructions.

Q: Micro Dermal Abrasion Is It Recommended For Sun Spots?

A: Derma microabrasion sets remove the outermost layer of the skin by sandblasting it with a jet of micro crystals. During the procedure, part of the pigment is physically eliminated and, at the same time, collagen production is stimulated so that your skin regains its density and elasticity. After 6 to 12 micro derma abrasion treatments, smaller sun spots are entirely removed while larger ones fade significantly.

Q: Micro Abrasion Is It Recommended For Surgical Scars?

A: Micrdermabrasion pulverizes away the dead skin layer (the outermost layer) in order to even out skin texture and improve superficial surgical scars. Deeper surgical scarring needs more invasive non-surgical techniques, like deep chemical peels or laser skin rejuvenation.

Q: Does Micro Dermabrasion Work After Chemical Peels?

A: Microabrasion is not recommended if you've had chemical peeling (glycolic acid, salicylic acid, phenol, TCA, Jessner or any other kind of peel) in the last 14 days because the two exfoliating procedures combined are too aggressive and might affect your skin's ability to recover. This applies to do-it-yourself system and salon treatment.

Q: Are There Side Effects Associated With Micro Derma Abrasion?

A: Surgeons and patients alike agree that microderm abrasion has very few side effects, like temporary discoloration of the treated area, sun sensitivity, flaking and redness. These are not abnormal reactions, but you should discuss them with your doctor if they occur.

Q: How Can Microderma Help Get Rid Of Clogged Pores?

A: By exfoliating the top layer of the skin, microdermibrasion kits cleans deep into the pore and removes excess oil and dirt which causes clogged pores. Most pores are unclogged while the more stubborn ones become less visible.

Q: How Can Microderm Abrasion Help Smooth Uneven Skin Tone?

A: Uneven skin tone is the result of a skin disorder called hyperpigmentation. It can be evened out through several sessions of microderm abrasian. The micro-crystal flow abrades the top layer of the skin where unevenly pigmented skin cells are stuck.

Q: Micro Abrasion Is It Safe While Pregnant?

A: We recommend that you wait until you deliver your baby and finish the nursing period before microdermasion Your skin is more sensitive during pregnancy and nursing and microdermal abrasions sets may cause irritation or severe scarring. This procedure is also not recommended for pregnant and nursing women because hormonal changes during this period may reduce the effectiveness of the procedure.

Q: How Can Microdermabasion Help Smooth Skin Texture?

A: This procedure exfoliates the top layer of skin which consists of dead skin cells. Micro derma brasion machine stimulates collagen production, essential to healthy skin and also evens out skin texture and tone.

Q: Can I Have Micro Derma Abrasion On The Feet?

A: Self micodermabrasion creams can be used on your feet as long as it's especially formulated as a body micro skin abrasion product. Using a face microdermabrasian machine on your feet will not have the desired effect because it's much too mild to have a significant effect on your feet. Dermatologist-performed micro dermabration is not suitable for use on the feet because the skin is too thin in that area. However, having microderm abrasions on your heels should work but better ask your doctor first.

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