If you’re looking for a quick, easy, and painless glow-up, Dermalinfusion is the best choice. Learn everything here!
Dermalinfusion is a non-invasive skincare method that exfoliates your skin, sucks away debris, and infuses your skin with a custom serum.
It’s suitable for treating a variety of skin issues, such as hyperpigmentation, acne scars, and rosacea. The serum used in the treatment can be customized to target a variety of issues, such as dry skin, sunspots, or a dull complexion.
Using a sleek, diamond-tipped wand to non-invasively exfoliate skin—face, around the eyes and lips typically not treatable with other treatments, neck and chest area, arms—the wand is a complete multi-tasker.
The whole process takes about 30 minutes, and experts recommend regular treatments for optimal glowy effect, however, at upwards of $300 a pop (prices vary by location), it may be a squeeze for some people.
With just one treatment session, Dermalinfusion can give your skin a soft, glowing appearance by removing dead skin cells, sebum, and other debris and infusing your pores with serums designed to address your specific skin type and concerns.
Sometimes people can’t decide between hydrafacial and dermalinfusion.
While both Dermalinfusion and Hydrafacial treatment offer excellent results, they are often used to address different issues and involve different types of rejuvenation. Both facials are performed in the comfort of our professional office and involve zero downtime, allowing you to return to your normal daily activities with zero downtime.
Always go to a doctor to evaluate your skin concerns and determine which treatment may be right for you.
So, what to expect after dermalinfusion treatment?
Basically, it improves the skin’s overall appearance and texture.
Dermalinfusion is super hydrating and could give your skin up to 60/70 percent more volume, giving you an Instagram filter-type glow. You might also notice fewer fine lines, wrinkles and redness, as well as improvements to any hyper-pigmentation, dehydrated skin, enlarged pores, and even blemishes.