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About Microskin

Once applied, Microskin is durable, flexible, and it won't rub off on clothing or linen. It's waterproof and allows your skin to breathe. Microskin is suitable for all genders and skin types.

Microskin is a simulated second skin which is formulated individually to color correct skin conditions. It is a light liquidized application which is applied on to the epidermis (top layer of skin). Microskin is not a cream, and doesn't have the makeup appearance like other camouflage products. Once applied, Microskin is durable, flexible, and it won't rub off on clothing or linen. It's waterproof and allows your skin to breathe. Microskin is suitable for all genders and skin types.

How long does the product last on your skin?

It varies with different skin types (oily/dry) and with different parts of the body. Microskin can last 1-2 days on the face as the natural oils will break the Microskin down quicker. On other parts of the body you can get up to several days with an application; you may only need a slight touch up to achieve a longer lasting result. When applied to the hands, the application will break down quicker due to frequent contact and hand washing. Burn patients are able to get more wear out of their Microskin as they don't have the sweat or oil glands to break it down. Active users or outdoor users may see their application break down faster due to climate conditions.

Where do I go to get it?

The Microskin Center is located in New York City. The consultation and training are held in this Center. Your product is then delivered to your home. You can also arrange to pick-up your product at the Center. You are always welcome to stop in and say Hello!

Is it a makeup?

No. Microskin is not a makeup or a cream camouflage.

How is it applied?

There are two techniques of applying Microskin.

Stipple is the technique meant for areas that are smaller than the size of the palm of your hand. A specially designed stipple sponge is used. The pore like texture of the sponge allows the Microskin to be applied by a 3D application. It is then slowly built up giving the Microskin a skin-like texture.

Airbrushing is the technique used for larger areas. The airbrush allows the user to achieve a fine, even application which dries quickly. A consultant will determine what procedure best caters for your condition.

Will it work on all skin colors?

Yes. Microskin caters to all skin colors.

Is there any age bracket?

No. Microskin has been successfully applied to all ages.

Is Microskin Safe?

To date there have been no recorded adverse reactions.

What if my skin changes color during the year?

You may return to the Microskin Center for repeat scans if you notice a change in your skin tone due to sun exposure. We recommend the use of a sunscreen at all times while outdoors.

Have there been any clinical trials or studies?

Microskin has partnered with Brisbane's Royal Children's Pediatric Burn Center and The University Of Queensland's Department of Psychiatry to study the impact Microskin can have on the lives of its users. The remarkable outcomes have been published in a peer-reviewed scientific journal. For more information, you can visit www.microskin.com.au.

What Microskin cannot do:

Microskin will not alter skin texture or skin elevation; Microskin helps camouflage, but does not make skin imperfections completely invisible.

Meet the Director
Roy Geronemus, MD

Dr. Roy Geronemus, MD

Roy G. Geronemus, M.D. is Director of the Laser & Skin Surgery Center of New York and a Clinical Professor of Dermatology at New York University Medical Center where he founded its laser program and served nine years as chief of dermatologic and laser surgery. He is past president of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery and the American Society for Laser Medicine & Surgery. Dr. Geronemus is the Chairman of the Board of the New York Stem Cell Foundation. The American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery has awarded Dr. Geronemus with the Ellet Drake award for outstanding contributions to laser medicine and the Leon Goldman award for excellence in clinical laser research. He was awarded the vascular birthmark foundation "physician of the year" award in 2008.

Dr. Geronemus has been a featured speaker of the American Academy of Dermatology, American Society for Dermatologic Surgery and the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery for many years, as well as speaking to other national and international audiences. He has published over 220 medical articles, chapters and books. He has been involved with the development of several new laser systems and therapeutic techniques, which are now commonly used throughout the world. He has been listed in New York Magazine's Best Doctors in New York 13 times, three times in Woodward and White's Best Doctors in America and in Town & Country's Best Cosmetic Surgeons