Why I Prefer The Silkpeel Dermalinfusion Facial Vs. Microdermabrasion

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For the last three decades, Microdermabrasion was known as the gold standard of noninvasive, non chemical exfoliation for the face and the body. Microdermabrasion was developed in Italy by Dr. Mattioli and Dr. Brutto in 1985. This technique projects tiny non-allergenic crystals onto the skin and afterwards, a vacuum suction is used to capture the remaining particles and dead skin cells. To me, this method is archaic, abrasive and messy compared to the newer SilkPeel Dermalinfusion which happens to be preferred by many clients and dermatologists.

The SilkPeel Dermalinfusion Facial is an advanced form of Microdermabrasion. It is considered to be the next-generation of medical grade facials because it simultaneously allows your skin to be exfoliated and infused with advanced skin care. Compared to traditional Microdermabrasion, the client has four options of infusions which address skin care issues. They are Lumixyl for hyperpigmentation, Hydrating for dry skin, Vitamin C for detoxification and ClarityMD for acne.  The SilkPeel diamond tip hand piece exfoliates and vacuums the skin using a controlled pressure which allows for a more even exfoliation and distribution of the product onto the skin. The SilkPeel is also safe to treat around the eyes and lips unlike traditional Microdermabrasion. It is important to note - a series of treatments is recommended to achieve optimal results. 

The consensus is that SilkPeel Dermalinfusion Facial instantly revives dull, lifeless complexions and afterwards clients can see an immediate result of rejuvenation. SilkPeels are economical, efficient and safe! SilkPeel Dermalinfusion treatment in our NYC office start at $175. Call today for your appointment!