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About Dermal Infusion
What is Dermal Infusion?

Dermal infusion is a skin treatment that delivers a fantastic punch in that it exfoliates, extracts, and then proceeds to infuse your skin with the goodness of nutrients and minerals designed to keep skin looking fresh, young, and lustrous.

The process involves a diamond-tipped device. The aesthetician will use this device to perform a type of microdermabrasion on the skin's surface. Microdermabrasion is proven to remove dead skin cells and reveal the newer, healthier skin beneath. Many consider dermal infusion to be a genuinely all-inclusive skin treatment that takes years off, not to mention optimizes skin health. With regular treatments of this nature, clients discover the secret to a lasting youthful-looking complexion. And the best part is because it is non-invasive, you can return immediately to your day's activities—no downtime required with the dermal infusion. More salons and spas across the country are offering this process because it has such excellent results.

Why should I Consider Dermal Infusion?

For those considering getting dermal infusion, keep in mind there are many great reasons to go for this type of treatment. Dermal infusion will deliver stunning results, from getting back that glow to erasing fine lines.

Among some of the other reasons to get dermal injection are

  • It helps to improve dark spots and age spots on the skin's surface. This can happen over time and also as a result of sun damage.
  • Reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles. For those who want to fight the signs of aging, dermal infusion works wonders.
  • For sagging skin that has lost its firmness, dermal infusion helps spur collagen production. Collagen is what keeps the skin plump and provides elasticity.
  • Because dermal infusion locks in natural vitamins, nutrients and helps to hydrate skin, dry skin is a perfect candidate for this treatment option.
  • If you are prone to acne, dermal infusion rids the skin of acne-causing bacteria, given the in-depth exfoliation and extraction process.
  • If you have rougher skin that needs some TLC by softening and smoothing, then this treatment is for you
  • To help improve skin tone and texture, dermal infusion has worked repeatedly for numerous clients with all sorts of skin types.
How Does Dermal Infusion Work?

Dermal infusion is far more than just your average facial. A facial is undoubtedly great for the skin, can be ultra-relaxing, and helps to give you a deep cleanse that you cannot achieve at home. Taking it a step further, dermal infusion goes to work on dead skin cells, those stubborn clogged pores, and rougher skin patches that can make us look older than we are. As mentioned, the aesthetician will use a diamond-tipped wand during the treatment. This, in effect, offers a "resurfacing" of the skin, thus bringing forward the newer, younger-looking skin underneath.

We go far beyond a truly deep cleanse during this procedure, you also get an exfoliation like no other. There is also an extraction component during which stubborn blackheads are removed. Finally, an infusion of a special serum is meant to hydrate and replenish the skin, thereby ensuring maximum skin health—not to mention helping you look rejuvenated.

What to do following Your Dermal Infusion Treatment?

As dermal infusion treatments are non-invasive, there is little to no downtime. You can go back to work and resume your normal activities immediately following your procedure in most instances. Remember, because of the diamond-tipped wand to resurface the skin, skin can be a bit more sensitive than usual after your treatment.

A couple of things to keep in mind, following your treatment, most experts will say to keep out of the sun for 12 to 48 hours. You should also try to avoid extreme heat situations such as saunas or overly hot showers, for example. Additionally, avoid using skin care products with retinol, acids, or exfoliators in them—as again, the skin is more sensitive after your dermal infusion treatment.

What Does Dermal Infusion Entail?

Some basic information that can be helpful as you determine whether or not dermal infusion is the proper treatment for your skin…

  • Dermal infusion treatments are performed in salons and spas, so you do not have to go to a medical clinic or hospital to get this done, although medical spas are probably the best option.
  • Before the treatment, the targeted area is thoroughly cleansed by a professional aesthetician.
  • Generally, a few different serums could potentially be used in this process—it will depend on skin type after you have discussed all options, concerns, and questions with the aesthetician. The serums that could be used include Ultra Hydrating, Vitamin C, Pore Clarifying, and Skin Brightening.
  • A diamond-tipped device shaped like a pen moves across the skin's surface. You will feel a gentle suction sensation as this happens.
  • Most often, and depending on the size of the area being treated, the process could take anywhere from 30 to 45 minutes.
How Often Should You Get Dermal Infusion?

Dermal infusion treatments can be pretty impactful in producing noticeable results right away. However, most clients will get them every two weeks until they achieve the desired results, be it the reduction of fine lines, the diminishing of age spots, or the overall smoothing/softening of the skin. After achieving your desired results, professionals usually will recommend that you go in for monthly touchups to maintain the look that you are after.

One important thing to note is that you want to consult with the aesthetician first regarding any concerns you may have with dermal infusion treatments. Don't be afraid to ask questions and address any issues on your mind. After all, you want this experience to be both relaxing and one that can deliver exceptional results.