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What is the SilkPeel?

June 2, 2018

Silkpeel Dermalinfusion or hydrodermabrasion skin treatments combine non-invasive exfoliation with the infusion of skin-specific topical solutions to improve and revitalize the skin. An advanced form of microdermabrasion, Silkpeels are unique because they do not use crystals. This safe and painless treatment is one of our most popular non-laser treatments. 

 

Like microdermabrasion, Silkpeel Dermalinfusion treatments are non-invasive mechanical exfoliation treatments without chemicals that remove the outermost layer of dead skin cells from the treated area. They differ from traditional microdermabrasion treatments in that they use a patented technology to perform the treatment with a system that gently exfoliates with different treatment tips while infusing topical solutions at the same time. Different topical vitamins or a combination of topicals can be used for each patient so the treatment can be customized to treat hyperpigmentation, acne, photodamage, and dehydration.

 

What areas are treated with Silkpeel Dermalinfusion?
 

Most patients have Silkpeels done to the face; however, the neck and chest are also often done. Although Silkpeel treatments are most often done on their own, a mini version of the treatment can be done a few days after a deep IPL or FotoFacial treatment has been done to remove excess pigmentation or "coffee grounding" from these procedures. 

 

What is a Silkpeel Dermalinfusion treatment like?
 

To perform a Silkpeel treatment, your technician begins with a deep cleansing of the skin.  Next the Silkpeel treatment with customized solutions for your skin's concerns is done to the treated area, which takes about 15 minutes for a full face. After this step is completed, topical vitamins and minerals will be applied. Finally sunscreen is applied to the treated area. A full Silkpeel treatment takes about 50-60 minutes.

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