Silk Peel Dermalinfusion: The Basics
If you're looking for a skincare procedure that will leave you with silky smooth, bright-looking skin, then Silk Peel Dermalinfusion may be right for you. Silk Peel is a non-invasive procedure that is similar to microdermabrasion, but doesn't use a dry crystal device remove dead skin. Instead, Silk Peel uses customized topical solutions combined with a diamond exfoliating handpiece to brighten, smooth, and hydrate skin in just thirty minutes. Acne sufferers will find their skin clearer and old scars faded, while aging skin can look forward to less fine lines and younger-looking skin.
How Does Silk Peel Work?
Silk Peel is unique because it's performed on wet skin. Microdermabrasion is performed on dry skin, which can be too abrasive for some skin types. Silk Peel delivers the same smooth results as microdermabrasion but eliminates the irritation that may occur on dry skin. The Silk Peel handpiece is composed of diamonds, which glide across the skin, exfoliating the outer layers. Meanwhile, a topical dermaceutical solution is emitted to provide a slick surface for the handpiece and to deliver even more benefits to your skin. The dermaceutical solution can vary and is chosen based on your skin's needs, so the treatment is more customized than traditional microdermabrasion. It's ideal for people who suffer from acne, age spots, sun damage, hyperpigmentation, wrinkles, or those just looking for a little brightening boost. Since Silk Peel is more hydrating than microdermabrasion, it's ideal for aging skin that needs extra moisture. You won't experience flaking or dryness following your Silk Peel, just smooth, healthy-looking skin. Silk Peel can even be applied on the neck, chest, hands, or other parts of the body for rejuvenated skin.
Silk Peel Pain, Risks, and Side Effects
Silk Peel is a painless procedure. At most, patients will feel a mild exfoliating sensation and a refreshed feeling from the applied topicals. Silk Peel doesn't have many risks or side effects. Patients may find that their skin has a warm glow immediately after treatment, but it should fade within a few hours.
Silk Peel Cost and Time
Silk Peels cost an average of $100 to $200. The price depends on a number of factors, including your skincare specialist's individual price points and your geographical location. Multiple Silk Peels are recommended-- between four and eight treatments are ideal. Most clinics that offer Silk Peel will have a bundle rate at which you can save for buying multiple treatments. Each Silk Peel treatment takes only thirty minutes. Since there's no downtime associated with Silk Peel, patients can have a Silk Peel done on their lunch hour and return to work immediately after.
Scheduling Your Silk Peel
If you're interested in silky skin that's clear and bright, you may want to try Silk Peel. It's ideal for people who have sensitive skin that doesn't respond well to traditional microdermabrasion but still suffer from other skin ailments like acne, hyperpigmentation, or wrinkles. Contact us to schedule your Silk Peel treatment with a skincare specialist in your area.
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