Brown & Age Spots
About Silk Peel Dermal Infusion
Silk Peel Dermalinfusion is a uniquely advanced skin treatment. It is a non-invasive procedure that exfoliates and infuses skin-specific dermaceuticals, leaving you with fresher feeling and better looking skin.
- Patient-specific topicals to address your unique skin care needs
- Immediate skin improvement
- Simultaneous exfoliation, dermalinfusion, lymphatic, muscle and nerve point stimulation
- Soothing and massaging treatment
- Non-invasive and no down time
- Avoids the hazards associated with particulate abrasion
Microdermabrasion, Chemical Peels, Clinical Facial, Fading Creams, Laser Skin Resurfacing, Lunchtime Laser Toning, One-Pass CO2 Laser Resurfacing, PhotoFacial Intense Pulsed Light (IPL), Q-Switched Nd:YAG Laser, and Retinoic Acid Creams.
How Does it Work?
Lying back comfortably, patients experience Silk Peel’s “wet abrasion.” It exfoliates the skin and simultaneously infuses a topical dermaceutical, addressing your specific skin condition and stimulating new cell growth to give your skin the revitalization you want.
Who is a Candidate?
Most skin types can benefit from Silk Peel Dermalinfusion. Some conditions Silk Peel treats are dry skin, fine lines, eczema, tactile roughness, acne, oily skin, redness, hyperpigmentation (brown discoloration), and sun damage.
What can I Expect?
After your Silk Peel treatment, your skin will have an immediate, radiant glow that leaves you looking healthy and renewed.
Results may vary.
Safety & Side Effects
Silk Peel is a safe, comfortable treatment. Silk Peel treats the skin with crystal-free technology, offering an elegant, no-downtime approach while still an effective, exfoliating treatment.
There is no down time associated with Silk Peel treatments. Patients return to regular activity promptly the same day after treatment.
Does it Hurt?
This is usually a painless procedure. The exfoliation may cause you a mild tightening of the skin. Combined with the cool, moisturizing effect of the topicals, your skin will feel healthy and smooth.
Before Treatment Instructions
Avoid excessive exposure to the sun and avoid retinoic creams (Retin-A, Differin, Avita) two or three days prior to treatment.
After Treatment Instructions
Who Performs the Treatments?
Our Physicians, Physician Assistants and Registered Nurses.