As we age, our skin loses collagen and elastin, its ability to produce both decreasing as timegoes on. This causes fragility, and a loss in ability to stretch and contract. That’s where the experts at Ottawa’s Dermis Advanced Skin Care come in—reclaim your youth with these treatments that stimulate your immune system and encourage the production of collagen.


NEW! Carbon Laser Peel $300

At Ottawa’s Dermis Advanced Skin Care, we use an incredible new treatment! Five times more effective than chemical peels, this facial treatment is fast, safe, has minimal downtime, and is suitable for all skin types. Combining Spectra’s dual-mode laser technology with medically activated carbon, the treatment removes damaged outer layers of skin and stimulates the production of collagen in underlying layers, all while minimizing skin pores. This procedure is also an excellent purifying process for deep cleaning and is very effective at controlling sebaceous secretion, inflammation, and acne. This treatment can be used on active acne.

TriFractional Resurfacing Treatment $350

As a leading Ottawa skin care clinic, we are proud to be equipped with trusted TriFractional Technology by Pollogen®. This non-invasive, state-of-the-art treatment dramatically improves the look of acne-scarred skin by making use of three pulse fractional technology to safely and effectively resurface your skin, with minimal discomfort and downtime. The TriFractional Radio Frequency Energy penetrates deep into the tissue of the target area, creating micro wounds that trigger the body’s natural healing processes. Please note—this does not treat active acne, but helps with acne-scarred skin.

Microdermabrasion $130

This non-invasive, zero downtime procedure is used to resurface the skin. The uppermost, superficial layers of dead skin are gently exfoliated with a controlled flow of crystals. Microdermabrasion stimulates cell and collagen productions, reducing the appearance of large pores; additionally, oil, dirt dead cells, and bacteria are removed, leaving the skin healthier and free of acne bacteria. Please note—this does not treat active acne, but helps with acne-scarred skin.

Enhanced Microdermabrasion $150

This treatment goes above beyond to provide great-looking skin. Building on Dermis’ existing Microdermabrasion, the treatment is enhanced with the addition of an Oxy Trio facial peel. This three-stage peel uses an activator to stimulate the skin, a detoxifier to cleanse it, and finishes with a oxygenator to leave your skin clean, clear, and feeling fantastic. Please note— this does not treat active acne, but helps with acne-scarred skin.

Collagen 90-II Face Treatment$145

GM Collin®’s pure lyophilized native collagen and other biotech-derived extracts are used to offer intense hydration. Line and wrinkle reduction are clinically proven, as are increased cell metabolism, improved cell regeneration, and tightening of dilated pores following extraction.

Botox in A Box Face Treatment $175

Providing Botox-like results without any injections, this GM Collin® treatment is non-invasive and relies on a combination of five peptides (including Matrixyl, Myoxinol, Argireline, and Retinol) to reduce the appearance of fine lines and expression lines while masking the signs of aging.

Cutera’s ExcelHR®
Laser Anti-Aging/Skin Rejuvenation $200+

Using Cutera’s ExcelHR® ND:YAG 1064nm with triple sapphire cooling, this procedure stimulates collagen growth through the gentle heating of the upper dermis below the skin’s surface, without the pain of a regular laser. Over the course of four to five treatments, patients can expect reduced redness, a healthier complexion, reduced pore size, improvement in uneven textures caused by aging, sun damage, or scars—all restoring your skin’s youthful glow.

Enhanced Laser Genesis with Cutera’s ExcelHR® Technology $265

Combining a calming masque with Laser Genesis and Microdermabrasion, Enhanced Laser Genesis is a non-invasive treatment that’s great for acneic skin. In addition to providing you with a more youthful look, it also kills acne-causing bacteria through the stimulation of fibroblast cells found in connective tissue, aiding in the production of collagen in the skin.