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Diamond Peel and Stem Cell treatment


Hello gorgeous ladies!

Just curious how often can we get Diamond Peel and Stem Cell treatments?
I currently have these treatments twice a month. I actually noticed a lot of difference now on my skin. It became blemish free and my dark spots have vanished. My friend said its ok to do it twice a month.
what's your two cents on that?
May 10, 2012 @ 04:33 pm

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I've never heard of either of these treatments before. What do they do? What do they cost? I'd love some more info
May 10, 2012 @ 04:40 pm


Diamond Peel technically resurfaces the upper layer of the skin through the use of densely packed real diamonds which effectively removes dead cells and dirts through the aid of a powerful vacuum. Unlike the Power Peel, it does not use crystals for exfoliation, thus it eliminates the risks of having adverse effects of loose particles, irritation and skin reaction. It restores the integrity and texture of the skin with no downtimes at all.
ust immediately after the Diamond Peel treatment The skin may look slightly rosy. A smoother texture of the skin may be noticed. Marks and scars may become less visible. Skin is more even and fresh-looking.
Stem Cell facials is a restorative process that promotes rejuvenation of tissue, skin tightness, natural contour and shape of the face, and requires absolutely no surgery. The process involves topically applying embryonic stem cells to the skin, usually in the form of a cream, and often utilizing gold as a vehicle to allow it to penetrate into the skin. The stem cell facial takes beauty maintenance to a whole new level; while surgery can get rid of an unsightly turkey neck and remove other pockets of drooping fat, stem cell facials can restore aged skin to a soft an succulent state

These treatments honestly gave me the flawless face that i want. I have lots of pimple scars before but right now theyre gone because of these treatments.
Im also starting to get addicted and thats why i wanna know if its even advisable to do this twice a week?
Or have any of you had these treatments?

May 10, 2012 @ 04:52 pm

Review please! :)

Well, you sort of gave a miniature review right there but where do you get yours done from? How much are they per session? Sounds really interesting! Sorry can't be of more help ... a close friend had microdermabraision done on her face promising to remove or fade her scars. Didn't work for her though so maybe I'll suggest what you're doing to her. Thanks :)
May 10, 2012 @ 06:22 pm

Thanks for info

I have terrible skin since last summer, I never had this bad of skin as a teenager.. How pricy are treatments?

Sorry I can't help with your questions but you've intrigued me!
May 10, 2012 @ 06:25 pm

You're most welcome

The Diamond Peel treatment is around 70 dollars and the stem cell facial is around 58 dollars. I had my treatment from a reffered dermatologist. You may ask information from your dermatologist about these treatments. Most celebrities go for these treatments because it gives them a different glow. I have a ciousin from Woodland Hills CA. She goes to this spa called Best Face and Body Day Spa. Maybe if some of you are near this place you might wanna check it out.
Here's the address:

5303 Comercio Ln
Woodland Hills, CA 91364
Neighborhood: Woodland Hills
May 11, 2012 @ 08:24 am


Hey Chercher, do you know anyplace in Toronto? For some reason I was under the impression you live in Toronto ... and so does my friend and I. Well, she may not mind traveling to CA for this treatment if it actually works lol. This girl really tries everything for her scars that aren't obvious to the rest of us but anyways..
May 11, 2012 @ 10:05 am

yep I know one

I also have some friends and cousin from Canada !!!
You might wanna try

McLean Clinic

50 Burnhamthorpe Road West, Suite 343,
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada,
L5B 3C2

That's my cousin's clinic she goes to. They are very accomodating and they have lots of skin treatments you might also wanna try.
Hope this helps.

May 11, 2012 @ 10:37 am

thank you!

This helps! Thank you! I'll email this info to my friends :-) Sorry we couldn't be of help to you and your questions!
May 11, 2012 @ 10:39 am

Im happy to help!

Its ok. But i will just ask my dermatologist about it
And hey, they have a website!
May 11, 2012 @ 10:54 am

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