The SilkPeel(r) Dermalinfusion or hydrodermabrasion is a skin treatment that resembles microdermabrasion. It rejuvenates the skin by exfoliating the topmost layers. Unlike microdermabrasion, though, a SilkPeel(r) treatment also uses a variety of serums to treat different skin conditions.
SilkPeel(r) can be administered by itself or in conjunction with other treatments including BOTOX(r), dermal fillers, and various light or laser treatments.
What happens during a SilkPeel(r) treatment?
The practitioner will begin by thoroughly cleaning the client’s face and removing makeup or any dirt on the skin. He will then move the handpiece across the treatment area. The gadget contains mechanisms that exfoliate the skin, vacuum up flakes of dead skin and infuse the exposed new skin with serums to hydrate and protect it.The serum can reach deeper layers of skin and nourish it with vitamins, anti-oxidants and minerals.
Different serums can be used to treat different skin problems. SilkPeel(r) may cause minimal discomfort, and the patient can go about their business immediately after treatment.
What is SilkPeel(r) used to treat?
Depending on the serums used, SilkPeel(r) can treat dry or oily skin. It can also be used to treat acne, wrinkles or discolorations like age spots.
SilkPeel(r) treatments can be performed on many parts of the body. It is often used to treat the face, neck, hands, feet, and chest.
The results of a SilkPeel(r) treatment are immediately apparent. The skin will look and feel healthy and smooth. For best results, clients should adopt a skin regimen to maintain the new look of their skin. They should use sun screen, moisturizers, facial cleaners, and eye creams.
SilkPeel(r) is a gentle treatment, and it, therefore, cannot produce the dramatic results that stronger and more invasive treatments can. It may take several SilkPeel treatments to get rid of acne scars or deep wrinkles. Clients with such conditions may, therefore, prefer harsher treatments that require fewer repetitions.
Who is a good candidate for SilkPeel(r)?
One of the advantages of SilkPeel(r) is that it can be used on almost any skin type. People with dry skin, oily skin, dark skin, acne or scars can all be helped by SilkPeel(r). People who have dermal fillers in the treatment area do need to let the dermatologist know that ahead of time.
Patients with a history of cold sores, diabetes or autoimmune disease need to talk to the doctor before getting a SilkPeel treatment.
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