SilkPeel Dermal Infusion – New Twist in Microdermabrasion

Medical Exfoliation with the Kind Touch of SilkPeel

Microdermasion has been around a long time. And it’s stayed out front and center because exfoliating your skin has proven to provide a host of benefits.

Dead skin cells accumulate, making it hard for your pores to do their job. Dead skin cells are dull since they don’t hold moisture. Dead skin cells slow down and sometimes prevent complete product absorption. (Spending plenty on face creams and serums that sit on top of dead skin cells doesn’t equate to much value for your money!)

So, naturally, getting rid of those dead skin cells is a serious positive step in healthier and prettier skin.

What’s wrong with the old school microdermabrasion?

Old-style microdermabrasion meant “sandblasting” your skin with aluminum oxide crystals. It did exfoliate congested skin cells, but anyone with sensitive skin usually concluded it wasn’t the best idea and most people felt seriously dried out after treatment (they were!)

Diamonds for my skin? Well, why not?

Enter the diamond tipped wands. The big advantage? Other than being kinder to your skin, there was no more sandblasting and no more aluminum particles in your hair, up your nose or in your mouth. It was a huge leap. People loved the way their skin felt and the improvements this newer accelerated exfoliation made in how their skin looked and behaved.

Combining Diamonds with Hydration

Now a “super system” called Silk Peel Dermal Infusion has been developed that uses the idea of the diamond tips and adds in problem-specific infusion solutions that actually improve chronic conditions – especially the California common problem of dehydrated skin.

SilkPeel uses a gentle two-tier technology that exfoliates surface skin cells and immediately bathes the fresh surface with pressurized infusion of skin repair products.

It’s aptly named SilkPeel because anyone who has a treatment comments on just how silky their skin feels. Adding a post-peel hyperbaric oxygen enriched serum facial (O2 Intraceuticals) elevates skin repair to a new level.

Are SilkPeel and the O2 Intraceuticals Oxygen Facial winners? In our experience, absolutely!