Dermal Infusion is a gentler version of microdermabrasion. It is a skin resurfacing treatment that simultaneously exfoliates and removes dead skin cells, while it applies serums to treat specific skin conditions such as acne, wrinkles, age spots, sun damage, and dry skin. There are many benefits of Dermal Infusion that are not associated with similar procedures, such as microdermabrasion.
Dermal Infusion does not irritate the skin as much as traditional, crystal-based dermabrasion treatments, and that it provides serum infusion during treatment. This treatment is superior to others because of the infusion of customized vitamins and topicals that are applied to the skin during the exfoliation process. Your skin gets the benefits of both exfoliation and topical dermal infusion simultaneously.
Benefits of Dermal Infusion include:
Skin rejuvenation: Dermal Infusion will accelerate skin rejuvenation by promoting healthy cell turnover, removing dead skin and gently resurfacing the skin.
Improves complexion: Dermal Infusion treatment will increase blood flow to the skin and promote new skin cells. This creates a healthy, balanced, and radiant complexion. It is used to treat brown spots, sun damage, hyperpigmentation, and even fine lines and wrinkles.
Reduces acne: Dermal Infusion treatments diminish acne by exfoliating the pores, which opens them and allows skincare products to reach deeper layers of the skin. Removing skin cells from the pores can assist in reducing the build-up. Clogged pores are one of the most common causes of acne breakouts. Keeping the pores clean can provide significant improvements in healing mild acne on the skin.
Results of a Dermal Infusion treatment will be visible immediately. The skin will look and feel smoother with a beautiful glow. For the best possible results, patients can undergo Dermal Infusion treatment every month. Patients should also adopt an at-home skin care regimen to maintain Dermal Infusion results including the use of sunscreen, facial cleaners, moisturizers, and eye creams to get the most out of their treatment and extend results.