What Is a SilkPeel® Dermalinfusion™?
SilkPeel® Diamond Dermalinfusion™ technology is a completely unique, non-invasive skin perfecting procedure that has instant – and cumulative – results.
A potent but gentle 30 minute treatment, SilkPeel® requires absolutely no down time and is one of the few procedures in which skin shows immediate and noticeable improvement in volume, hydration, tone and texture, as well as a reduction in oil production for acne prone skin.
This patented technology is excellent for both light and dark skin, with virtually no restrictions on treating any area of the body!
This treatment exfoliates the damaged top layer while simultaneously infusing condition specific and anti-aging serums deep into the skin.
Dermalinfused skin is multi-enhanced – hydrated, smoothed and volume rich looking.
What Does SilkPeel® Treat?
The SilkPeel dermalinfusion procedure treats multiple skin conditions, such as:
- Fine lines
- Acne Scarring
- Pigmented areas
- Sun damaged skin
Since the SkinPeel® dermalinfusion only affects the outermost layer of skin, it is not effective for repairing deep tissue damage, or the removal of congenital marks, tattoos, moles, and scars.
Benefits of Microdermabrasion
Dr. Armstrong considers microdermabrasion safe for all skin types. Not only does Silkpeel® safely and effectively improve the texture of your skin but it also improves the color and tone. The vacuum we during dermabrasion not only enhances circulation and lymph flow, but also rejuvenates the skin internally as well.
How Does SilkPeel® Compare?
Because Dermalinfusion is a unique technology, SilkPeel® is in a class by itself. Traditional Microdermabrasion simply exfoliates the dead skin cells with “messy” crystals and does not infuse any treatment serums. Other available systems – which we call “wet microdermabrasion” – provide exfoliation and attempt delivery of serums, but lack the close-looped vacuum system that makes SilkPeel® Dermalinfusion™ so effective.
Without Dermalinfusion technology, serums merely sit on top of the skin. They are not delivered to the base of the pore where they can help treat the condition being addressed.
Risks of Microdermabrasion
With microdermabrasion, there are no serious risks. Some may experience some mild redness and irritation. Patients over the age of 70 may have a slightly higher risk of bruising and skin abrasions. Following the procedure, you should avoid sun exposure as some of your skins natural protection has been removed.