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 How does Wet/Dry Bio-Brasion Trinity (microdermabrasion) work?


Together with strategic product application, gentle vacuum pressure lifts skin to interchangeable diamond tips providing an effective yet gentle exfoliation for a more comfortable service than typical microdermabrasion devices. Wet/Dry Microdermabrasion helps treat moderate breakouts, scarring, fine lines, hyperpigmentation and overall skin rejuvenation.

Is Wet/Dry Microdermabrasion right for me?

Wet/Dry Microdermabrasion is perfect for most skin types and is specifically designed for:

  • Dull skin

  • Fine lines

  • Mild to Moderate Blemishes

  • Skin Smoothing

  • Hyper-pigmentation  

  • Uneven skin tone

  • Photo-damage

  • Acne scarring

Customized for each clients needs.

Acne blemishes & scarring - Brightening -Lightening -Hydrating

Wet/Dry Bio-Brasion Trinity (microdermabrasion) combines crystal free microdermabrasion, vacuum technology, and strategic product application to provide a gentle and effective exfoliation that leaves skin visibly soft, radiant and glowing!

Single Service: $85

(Service Time: 30-45 minutes)

**Add on to facial or a mild chemical peel-$35

This is a 3 step process:

Step 1 PEEL the first abrasion pass over the skin. Using Aquafuse Foam Peel  a AHA/BHA (mild acid) hydra foam that dissolves and loosens superficial dry skin cells.

Step 2 TARGET the second abrasion pass. Using customized spray serum that is applied to the skin to penetrate corrective ingredients where it will be most effective.

Step 3 POLISH the third and final abrasion pass. Using Aquafuse hydrate or brightening will support hydration, skin softening and  brightening the skin for a radiant glow. .


Take advantage of our introductory

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That is a $20 savings!

Introductory price available till March 31st.

Contraindications for Wet/Dry Microdermabrasion

Sensitive, reactive skin | Bacterial infections | Viral or fungal infections | Open lesions, burns, or rashes | Dermatitis | Active inflamed acne pustules, cysts or nodules | Immediate, post operative cosmetic facial surgery  | Botox/Fillers (two weeks post injections) | Pregnancy (may stimulate melanocytes) | Diabetic | Retin-A (must be off for two weeks prior to micro) | Blood transmitted diseases (HIV, hepatitis, herpes)