Dermalinfusion for Skin Resurfacing
Get a Brighter, More Youthful Complexion in Dallas
Wouldn't it be great if you could gain the benefits of three separate skin care treatments in one short session? Dermalinfusion at the Dallas-area offices of dermatologist Dr. Ellen Turner allows patients to do exactly that with breakthrough technology making waves in the industry. The nonsurgical, non-invasive device promotes cell regeneration from the inside out, leaving patients with a clear, glowing complexion. It can be applied to both the face and body, including sensitive, thinner skin around the eyes.
How Does Dermalinfusion Work?
Dermalinfusion is an innovative, three-in-one treatment that not only scrubs and polishes the stratum corneum (the upper layer of skin) with precision, but also vacuums up impurities from the pores and introduces nutrient-rich, medical strength solutions back into optimal depths of the skin. The serums used are formulated with nourishing ingredients that are specially blended for each patient’s individual concerns. They replenish moisture and volume that has been lost from the skin.
The treatment session typically lasts no more than half an hour, and the gentle, massaging technique is painless. Adding to that, there is no significant recovery time needed. Patients will be ready to get back to their daily activities right away, without significant visible redness or irritation.
How Does Dermalinfusion Differ from Microdermabrasion?
Dermalinfusion and microdermabrasion are both non-invasive cosmetic procedures that involve abrading the skin's outer surface. However, the Dermalinfusion wand allows providers to have a greater level of control over how aggressively or gently the skin is exfoliated, with a more consistent speed and pressure compared to traditional microdermabrasion techniques. The Dermalinfusion uses diamond tip technology, while microdermabrasion sprays loose particles onto the skin. Unlike microdermabrasion, during Dermalinfusion, nourishing cosmeceuticals are actively pumped back into the skin.
Am I A Good Candidate for Dermalinfusion?
Dermalinfusion, which may be considered a more advanced form of microdermabrasion, is suitable for people of all ages, skin types, and tones. Men and women who want to get rid of skin imperfections without having more invasive treatments like injections or lasers can benefit from this alternative. However, it may not be good for anyone with more severe acne or chronic conditions like rosacea or eczema.
This deep cleansing technique improves a wide range of facial skin conditions. Dermalinfusion can be beneficial for anyone who has:
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- Congestion from blackheads
- Other acne symptoms
- Dead skin cells
- Clogged pores
- Uneven texture
- Wrinkles such as crow's feet or frown lines
- Fine lines
- Sun damage
- Dry skin
- Dull skin
- Lips in need of exfoliation
The device can also be used elsewhere on the body to treat stretch marks, cellulite on the thighs, cracked skin on hands and feet, and bumps.
When Can I See Results from Dermalinfusion?
The skin feels lighter just after a treatment, appearing noticeably brighter and clearer after just one session, with 70 percent more volume lasting for around three days. Some patients find that undergoing a series of sessions every other week can optimize their results. Of course, this is no substitute for a healthy skin care routine, but can be used in conjunction with a daily regimen to maximize skin health and beauty.
As dead skin and dirt have been removed from the skin's surface, topical skin products will better be able to penetrate to the lower layers and be more effective in the future.