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The best microdermabrasion machines

If you want to buff away dead skin, improve pigmentation and texture, tackle acne scars and the signs of ageing, microdermabrasion could be for you.

Microdermabrasion is a painless procedure where small crystals are sprayed onto a target area using a handheld device. These crystals buff the skin and get rid of any dead cells before being vacuumed away. The treatment should take 30 to 40 minutes for your face and should be repeated every two to four weeks for optimum results. Each session costs around SR510 to SR765.

While there are some impressive home devices, for the best, safest, and most professional results, a clinic is always the answer.

We’ve rounded up the best microdermabrasion machines clinics can offer, so you can decide which ones might be right for you and your skin.

The best microdermabrasion machines

Kendal Professional Diamond Microdermabrasion Machine

This high-tech machine is the go-to for professional microdermabrasion treatments. It uses a diamond head to peel and rub away the top layer of dead skin from your face and can smooth the appearance of scars, wrinkles, and blemishes.

There are different sizes and textures of tips including fine, medium, and coarse – so your treatment can be tailored to suit your skin type. For example, if coarse is too rough, the finer tip may be best for you.

Best for: sensitive skins

M3 Matrix Diamond Microdermabrasion Machine

Equipped with 11 different head sizes, the M3 Diamond Microdermabrasion Machine is designed for use on both the face and body. This includes small head sizes that target pores and blackheads, as well as bigger sizes for larger surface areas on the body, ensuring the clinician can personalise the treatment to suit your needs.

Just as the name suggests, the M3 Matrix Diamond Microdermabrasion Machine uses a diamond wand tip. This polishes and exfoliates the surface layer of your skin to rejuvenate the epidermis.

Best for: larger treatment areas

Professional Diamond Microdermabrasion Machine Facial Equipment by Top Direct

Small but mighty, the Professional Diamond Microdermabrasion Machine by Top Direct may be compact but it certainly doesn’t sacrifice results. It comes with nine diamond-tipped heads, all of which have their own job; some are designed specifically to target acne, while others are for signs of ageing, for example.

Best for: tailoring to specific skin concerns


Ready to find the perfect skin care treatment for you? Knowing what to look for in a microdermabrasion machine can help you find the right clinic for your need. Search for the right one with our locator.

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