In our comprehensive list, you will find all the best, trustworthy Microdermabrasion clinics near Knightsbridge.

We only allow verified and accredited clinics that are registered with the appropriate governing bodies so you can TRUST the experts at ConsultingRoom.com to find your ideal clinic in Knightsbridge.

For information on Microdermabrasion please Click Here to view our comprehensive treatment FAQ, or to book a consultation contact your chosen clinic from the list directly.

Knightsbridge Advanced BeautyLogo

Knightsbridge Advanced Beauty

[0 miles from Knightsbridge]

5 out of 5

From 6 Review(s)

Established in the heart of Knightsbridge in 1989, only steps away from Hyde Park and Harrods. Knightsbridge Advanced Beauty specialises in the very latest in next generation medical and aesthetic ...[READ MORE]


Map Icon

118 Knightbridge, London, SW1X 7PF

23MDLogo

23MD

[1 miles from Knightsbridge]

5 out of 5

From 5 Review(s)

23MD is a specialised cosmetic and medical clinic in Chelsea. We believe in a synergistic approach to aesthetics and wellness, providing our clients with effective, medically-proven treatments and tec...[READ MORE]


Map Icon

23 Elystan Street, Chelsea, London, SW33NT

Centre For SurgeryLogo

Centre For Surgery

[1 miles from Knightsbridge]

5 out of 5

From 6 Review(s)

Centre for Surgery is a leading UK private healthcare provider specialising in cosmetic surgery. Our plastic surgeons are renowned for achieving natural results for optimum aesthetic outcomes.[READ MORE]


Map Icon

95-97 Baker Street, Marylebone, London, W1U 6RN

London Medical and Aesthetic ClinicLogo

London Medical and Aesthetic Clinic

[1 miles from Knightsbridge]

5 out of 5

From 10 Review(s)

"Enhancing...but preserving natural beauty" Our mission is to provide the latest innovation of laser cosmetic and non-surgical Aesthetic treatments, including Smartlipo, Cellulaze, Scar Free Laser Bre...[READ MORE]


Map Icon

14 Manchester Square, Milner House , London, W1U 3PP

Absolute Aesthetics LondonLogo

Absolute Aesthetics London

[1 miles from Knightsbridge]

Absolute Aesthetics was set up in 2007 and is a clinic of excellence providing non-surgical and surgical aesthetic treatments in a first-class clinical environment. Located in Guildford and Bond Stree...[READ MORE]


Map Icon

One Chapel Place, London, W1G 0BG

Dr Joney De Souza Aesthetic ClinicLogo

Dr Joney De Souza Aesthetic Clinic

[1 miles from Knightsbridge]

The ethos behind Dr Joney De Souza is his focus on individuality, his passion for skin and his belief that natural results are the best options he can offer his patients. Working from his beautiful...[READ MORE]


Map Icon

49 Blandford Street, London, W1U 7HH

Vie Aesthetics - Harley StreetLogo

Vie Aesthetics - Harley Street

[1 miles from Knightsbridge]

5 out of 5

From 918 Review(s)

Multi-award winning, doctor-led medical aesthetic clinics in London and Essex. We offer a wide range of medical and non-surgical cosmetic solutions under one roof. Partners of the National Medica...[READ MORE]


Map Icon

2 Harley Street, Marylebone, London, W1G 9PA

Medicetics Connaught StreetLogo

Medicetics Connaught Street

[1 miles from Knightsbridge]

Medicetics Skin Clinic is based in Hyde Park, London and is run by Mr Geoffrey Mullan and Dr Vicky Dondos. The Medicetics Cinic is ideally situated to serve the areas of central and West London. They ...[READ MORE]


Map Icon

37 Connaught Street, Hyde Park, London, W2 2AZ

The Mayfair PracticeLogo

The Mayfair Practice

[1 miles from Knightsbridge]

5 out of 5

From 2 Review(s)

Dr Masani at the Mayfair Practice offers a diverse range of non-invasive and minimally invasive aesthetic treatments that will help improve and maintain your skin, face and body. We build a relationsh...[READ MORE]


Map Icon

12 Lees Place, London, W1K 6LW

D. Thomas ClinicLogo

D. Thomas Clinic

[1 miles from Knightsbridge]

5 out of 5

From 2 Review(s)

A nonsurgical Medi-Spa headed by the renowned Debbie Thomas, this expert team offer the best in advanced aesthetic skin treatments & products while keeping customer service a priority. Specialis...[READ MORE]


Map Icon

25 Walton Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 2HU

Woodford Medical Aesthetics LondonLogo

Woodford Medical Aesthetics London

[2 miles from Knightsbridge]

At Woodford Medical we are a professional and trusted partnership who have worked in the aesthetic and cosmetic industry since 1995. What distinguishes us here at Woodford Medical is that we aim to ...[READ MORE]


Map Icon

8 Upper Wimpole Street, Marylebone, London, W1G 6LH

Dr Haus DermatologyLogo

Dr Haus Dermatology

[2 miles from Knightsbridge]

5 out of 5

From 1 Review(s)

Dr Haus Dermatology is headed by Dr Ariel Haus who qualified in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil over 20 years ago. Since then his passion has been to help his patients feel confident about their skin. [READ MORE]


Map Icon

75 Harley Street, London, W1G 8QL

The Well ClinicLogo

The Well Clinic

[2 miles from Knightsbridge]

4 out of 5

From 6 Review(s)

The Well is a leading medispa providing a range of treatments from industry-leading experts. The doctors specialise in injectable treatments for natural, balanced results, with Tweakments customised...[READ MORE]


Map Icon

8-9 Lambton Place, London, W11 2SH

Devonshire Skin ClinicLogo

Devonshire Skin Clinic

[2 miles from Knightsbridge]

5 out of 5

From 8 Review(s)

The Devonshire Clinic is a private dermatology clinic in the centre of the Harley Street medical district in London. Our team of highly experienced dermatologists in London provide specialised tre...[READ MORE]


Map Icon

16 Devonshire Street, London, W1G 7AF

The Private Clinic Harley StreetLogo

The Private Clinic Harley Street

[2 miles from Knightsbridge]

5 out of 5

From 6 Review(s)

The Private Clinic is the largest group of clinics specialising in minimally invasive cosmetic treatments and procedures in the UK. The group has eight clinics in London, Glasgow, Birmingham, Manche...[READ MORE]


Map Icon

98 Harley Street, Marylebone, London, W1G 7HZ

The Expert CentreLogo

The Expert Centre

[2 miles from Knightsbridge]

5 out of 5

From 5 Review(s)

A place where you’ll find an unparalleled selection of beauty treatments, offering everything you need for your face and body. Our flagship clinics in London are equipped with the latest technol...[READ MORE]


Map Icon

31 32 Eastcastle Street, London, W1W 8DL

Harley Street Skin Clinic LondonLogo

Harley Street Skin Clinic London

[2 miles from Knightsbridge]

2 out of 5

From 1 Review(s)

The Harley Street Skin Clinic was established in 2004 on the world’s most famous medical street, offering a wide range of safe, effective and proven treatments, reaching the highest levels of pa...[READ MORE]


Map Icon

48 Harley Street, London, W1G 9PU

Laser and Cosmetic ClinicLogo

Laser and Cosmetic Clinic

[5 miles from Knightsbridge]

Laser and Cosmetic Clinic located in London is ideally situated to serve the towns of High Wycombe, Watford & Barnet. Laser and Cosmetic Clinic offers a variety of treatments such as Muscle Relaxing ...[READ MORE]


Map Icon

183 Dudden Hill Lane, London, NW10 1AU

Eucalyptus ClinicLogo

Eucalyptus Clinic

[7 miles from Knightsbridge]

Eucalyptus Clinic specialises in Cosmetic, Physical, Mental and Medical well- being and is conveniently located in Colindale in North West London. Our team of experienced professionals offer treatm...[READ MORE]


Map Icon

1 Wakemanshill Avenue, Colindale, NW9 0TA

DermadocLogo

Dermadoc

[159 miles from Knightsbridge]

5 out of 5

From 9 Review(s)

DermaDoc located in Hammersmith is run by Dr Firhaas Tukmachi. Ideally situated to serve the towns of Fulham, Kensington & Earls Court, DermaDoc specialise in Non-Surgical Cosmetics and offer tr...[READ MORE]


Map Icon

54 Shepherds Bush Road, Hammersmith, London, W6 7PH

Microdermabrasion background information

Microdermabrasion is a minimally invasive “skin rejuvenating” technique employed to help improve the texture and appearance of the skin.

Microdermabrasion is one of the category of treatments such as botulinum toxin (Botox®), dermal fillers and superficial chemical peels where the treatment session is short, with few side effects and virtually no time off work. They also do not require any surgery.

Microdermabrasion was discovered in the U.S.A. and in 2017 nearly 107,000 treatments were performed in America, a decrease of 40.0% on 2016 figures. These statistics come from the American Society For Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), and they make microdermabrasion the seventh most popular non-surgical cosmetic procedure in that country. ASAPS decided not to gather data for microdermabrasion in 2018.

Various types of microdermabrasion machines have started to be used in the U.K. in the last couple of years, with many becoming available in beauty salons.

If you are considering microdermabrasion, the following information will give you a basic understanding of the procedure. It can't answer all your questions, since a lot depends on the individual patient and the practitioner. Please ask a practitioner about anything you don't understand.

What is microdermabrasion and how does it work?

Microdermabrasion involves a stream of fine micro particles being blasted across the face by a kind of “skin vacuum cleaner”. The powder used varies between different machines and can include crystals of aluminium salts, sodium bicarbonate crystals, or even sodium chloride (table salt) crystals.

Movement of these crystals under pressure loosens and partially removes the outermost epidermal layer of the skin (see diagram below) in a kind of “sandpapering” effect. Alternatively some systems use “diamond microdermabrasion” where the treatment tip contains tiny diamonds that abrade the skin. It helps improve the appearance of the skin and the circulation and generally gives the skin a healthy glow. Once the outer layer of skin has been removed, the layers of skin beneath then increase their production of new skin cells to renew the surface layer.

Microdermabrasion Action Skin Section

What skin problems can microdermabrasion treat?

Microdermabrasion is a mild treatment causing minimal damage to the surface of the skin. Results are subtle and include a freshening in the appearance and improvement in the texture of the skin, and a reduction in the appearance of fine lines or wrinkles.

Some stretch marks respond well to this treatment and some people can experience a reduction in the appearance of brown age spots on their skin.

This procedure is sometimes used in combination with chemical peels or some skin creams.

Microdermabrasion is not suitable for deeper wrinkles and scars, deep hyperpigmentation problems (areas of darker pigment) or broken veins in the skin.

What happens during a microdermabrasion treatment?

Your first discussion with a practitioner should clearly set out your expectations and what the practitioner thinks will happen to your skin as a result of microdermabrasion. A medical history should be taken, to ensure that there are no reasons why you shouldn’t have the treatment, and you would normally be asked to sign a consent form at this time which means that you have understood the potential benefits and risks associated with microdermabrasion.

Photographs may also be taken by the practitioner, as a “before and after” comparison at a later date.
 

If you have a history of herpes simplex infections (cold sores), an anti-viral drug may be prescribed as a precaution for the course of the treatment.

The skin is usually cleaned prior to treatment, and you will be provided with goggles to protect your eyes from any stray crystals as the wand of the microdermabrasion machine is passed over the skin in smooth, stroking movements. The intensity (or pressure at which the crystals hit your skin) of treatment can be varied, either by altering the amount of crystals used, the pressure used, or the length of treatment.

Crystals are directed onto the face and then immediately “vacuumed “ away, along with the loosened skin particles. All the waste goes into a separate, closed container to make sure that there is no risk of contamination from dead skin products.

The crystals are not re-used.

Follow-up treatment

This procedure can be repeated every week or so for a series of 5 to 10 sessions. Maintenance treatments can then be scheduled every three or four months.

How long will it take to recover from microdermabrasion?

Treatment usually takes around 10 – 30 minutes, but stretch marks can take as long as 2 hours to treat.
 
Most patients find that they can return to work immediately after treatment.

What are the risks and potential complications from microdermabrasion treatment?

The treatment is usually painless and doesn’t irritate the skin greatly. All patients will experience some tightness and redness of the skin, which may last for an hour or two following treatment.

On occasions, redness or streaking of the skin may continue for a day or so and sensitive skin around the eyes can become swollen, but cold compresses will help to get rid of this side effect.

Deeper treatments aimed at scar tissue or stretch marks may produce some spotting of blood, with healing taking around 3 - 4 days.

There is a very small risk of mild pigment changes to the skin that generally clear up within a month, and the risk of any scarring is very rare with this procedure.

What should you do after a microdermabrasion treatment?

Use a bland moisturiser to help hydrate the skin, and liberal amounts of sunscreen to protect it from the sun.

Deeper treatments for scars and stretch marks may require the use of antibiotic ointment for a few days whilst the skin heals.

Contact your practitioner if you notice any signs of infection or pigment changes.
 

Who should not have a microdermabrasion treatment?

This treatment is generally suitable for all skin types.

Patients not suitable are those who have any active skin infections (such as cold sores); a history of problems with skin healing; or those who have taken isotretinoin within the last 6-12 months.

Who can perform microdermabrasion?

There are some very mild microdermabrasion machines which can be found in beauty salons and which can be used by trained beauticians.

There are also some more aggressive machines that can have a deeper effect on the skin that are designed for nurses’ or doctors’ use only.

What is the average cost of microdermabrasion?

Microdermabrasion treatments can be in the £40 - £70 range for a 30 minute treatment session.

Multiple treatment sessions are usually offered at a discount.

Summary of advice for microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion is a quick and safe treatment which doesn’t involve any surgery.

Its results are not permanent, but it makes your skin look younger and fresher, with a more uniform complexion. It can stimulate circulation in the face, as well as causing new skin cells to grow more rapidly.

Microdermabrasion can be also be an effective option for improving the appearance of stretch marks and some other scars on the skin.

Similar results can be obtained using mild chemical peels to remove the outermost layer of the skin to stimulate new skin cell growth or hydradermabrasion which is a newer, but similar, alternative to microdermabrasion that is promoted as a more comfortable form of mild skin resurfacing and is available in some UK clinics.

Before and after photographs of microdermabrasion

Acne before microdermabrasion treatment  Acne after microdermabrasion treatment

Acne before microdermabrasion treatment Acne after microdermabrasion treatment

Acne before (left) and after (right) - 8 microdermabrasion treatments, carried out once a week.

Fine Lines Around the Eyes Before Microdermabrasion Fine Lines Around the Eyes After Microdermabrasion

Fine lines around the eyes before (left) and after (right) - after 6 microdermabrasion treatments, once per week

Acne Scarring Before Microdermabrasion Acne Sacrring After Microdermabrasion

Acne Scarring before (left) and after (right) - 5 of 10 microdermabrasion treatments, once per week

Before Comedone Removal With Microdermabrasion After Comedone Removal With Microdermabrasion

Before (left) and after (right) - Comedone (black heads) removal - immediately after one treatment

Before Laser Blending With Microdermabrasion After Laser Blending With Microdermabrasion

Before (left) and after (right) - Post Laser Blending with 4 microdermabrasion treatments, once each week

Images provided courtesy of Eden Aesthetics Distribution Ltd.

All before and after photographs are real patients, your results may differ.

Where Else Near Knightsbridge Can I Get Microdermabrasion ?

We often get asked "Where can I get Microdermabrasion near me", so we have listed local areas where Microdermabrasion clinics are located.