Derma Genesis® Microdermabrasion System
This system has been designed to give the operator the highest levels of performance available in a closed-loop, vacuum microdermabrasion system. The M2 is ideal for the patient who wants the finest in medical microdermabrasion technology.
Patients have embraced microdermabrasion because it is an effective skin rejuvenation procedure that requires no downtime, allowing them to resume normal activities immediately after the procedure.
The procedure has been extremely popular because it is painless, predictable and a true lunch-hour treatment with minimal erythema, edema or irritation. Microdermabrasion also provides for regeneration and healing of the skin prior to the next treatment.
The microdermabrasion procedure is optimally performed over a period of several weeks, with a maintenance treatment scheduled every 1-2 months apart thereafter.
Treatments range from 5-6 treatments scheduled 7-10 days apart for normal skin, to 12 or more treatments for various other skin pathologies.
The procedure has proven to be clinically effective to treat or diminish:
- Dry or Patchy Skin
- Oily Skin
- Fine Lines and Wrinkles
- Sun Damaged Skin
- Superficial Age Spots
- Acne Prone Skin and Acne Scars
- Blackheads & Whiteheads
- Post Laser Blending
- Certain Types of Stretch Marks
- Certain Types of Scar Tissue
- Virtually Painless
- No Recovery Time
- No Hazardous Chemicals or Lasers
- Minimal Risk
- No Anesthesia Required
- Treats All Skin Types
- Instant Gratification and Effect
- Promotes New Collagen Generation
"I recommend Derma Genesis® microdermabrasion. We use microdermabrasion in our clinic for patients needing facial resurfacing and scar revision. My personal belief in the Derma Genesis® line of products is solidified by the excellent results I see in my patients. Their microdermabrasion systems are the most powerful on the market today and are backed by an incredible warranty. Overall, I am pleased with the performance and high quality of service and customer support that I receive."
Stephen Schendel, M.D., D.D.S., Professor of Surgery, Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Stanford University Medical Center