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Skin Resurfacing can reduce the effects of aging on our skin. Years of sun exposure and the aging process take their toll on the skin, creating lines, wrinkles, and changes in texture and color. Not only is the face a likely victim of these changes, but the neck, chest, cleavage,




arms and hands may be affected as well.

Skin Resurfacing is a treatment that improves wrinkles, skin texture and color by removing the topmost layer of skin leaving it more supple and vibrant. Skin Resurfacing also stimulates the elastic tissue beneath the surface of the skin resulting in a healthier and firmer appearance. Skin Resurfacing treatments are normally administered by a trained clinician, nurse, aesthetician, or physician. A wonderful alternative or compliment to chemical peels, the DiamondTomeTM Skin Resurfacing treatment is non-invasive, pain-free and requires no down time after treatment.

Leading plastic surgeons and dermatologist regard the DiamondTomeTM system as being more gentle and affective than other exfoliating systems, even at higher settings. The length of the treatment and number of treatments vary depending on skin type and condition. Results are gradual but highly effective. Most people experience softer, smoother skin after their first treatment.

When to use Skin Resurfacing
(1)Reduction of minor to moderate early aging fine lines
(2)Minor revision of scars
(3) Sun damaged skin
(4)Hyperpigmentation reduction
(5)Reduction of acne scars
(6)Rejuvenation of overall skin health
(7)Age spots
(8)Extraction of blackheads and whiteheads

Treatment Overview

Using the DiamondTome? Wands
The grit size and the vacuum pressure selected determine the degree of abrasion. The vacuum pressure controls the pressure of the skin against the diamond chips. To achieve rejuvenation of thin skin you would select the 75-micron wand and a low pressure (i.e. 800 mbar). To increase the exfoliation, you simply increase the pressure in small increments. For more aggressive treatment the medium (100-micron) wand would be used. You begin with low pressure and slowly increase the pressure until the desired results are achieved.

Skin Resurfacing Treatments
Skin Resurfacing treatments are normally administered by a trained clinician, nurse, aesthetician, or physician. Length of treatment and number of treatments is dependent on skin type and condition. The skin is polished and not broken which can lead to bleeding. This non-invasive skin care treatment can be completed in a short period of time and without pain. This skin care treatment is ideal for people on the go. There is no "downtime" from work or social activities. The results are gradual but highly effective for clearer, healthier looking skin.