Keratosis Pilaris

Ever wondered what the bumps on the back of your arms are called? ‘Keratosis Pilaris’ is their technical name. These tiny little bumps that look like goose bumps form when too much keratin builds up in the skin’s hair follicles. This gives skin a bumpy texture. They can also look red in appearance. During microdermabrasion exfoliating crystals and a vacuum action help to remove the build up. The hair follicle is cleared of debris leaving skin smooth and clear. Book yourself a course of treatments now.

What else can MD treat?


Microdermabrasion can improve the appearance of facial pigmentation and skin blemishes. Causes of pigmentation vary greatly.

  • Overexposure to the sun
  • The use of oral or birth control pills
  • Pregnancy
  • Even chemicals found in perfumes, soaps and shampoos can cause pigmentation.

Regular microdermabrasion treatments are proven to show significant benefits as a skin pigmentation treatment. The micro-crystals work on sun-damaged skin to help remove unwanted facial pigmentation blemishes.


Microdermabrasion treatments are a popular choice for people searching for an acne solution. It will also help to reduce the appearance of acne scarring. Surveys suggest that 95% of adolescents and adults suffer from acne problems. SkinBase MD safely and effectively reduces acne scarring by exfoliating the layers of skin. It will calm red and uneven skin tone, leaving smooth, healthy-looking skin.


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Stretch Marks

Stretch marks can knock self-esteem – leaving those with them feeling they want to cover up. We’re all looking for a professional, proven and trusted way to remove stretch marks.

SkinBase MD treatments work by exfoliating skin layer by layer and increasing blood flow to the area. The SkinBase™ treatment helps to blend the stretch marks with the surrounding area so they become significantly less visible.

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