A skin-resurfacing treatment that not only gives you a more youthful look but also improves your skin’s health and function sounds too good to be true. But at Beautifeye cosmetic clinic in Edina and Excelsior, Minnesota, that’s precisely what you get. Suitable for even sensitive skin, dermalinfusion is fast becoming one of the most popular facial treatments. Call Beautifeye to find out more or schedule an appointment online today.
Dermalinfusions are skin-resurfacing treatments that gently exfoliate your skin, removing dead skin cells while infusing it with a blend of vitamin and nutrient serums. The serums are tailored to your skin concerns and include ingredients such as salicylic acid, hyaluronic acid, and vitamin C.
While dermalinfusions at Beautifeye are an excellent facial treatment, many people also treat body acne, stretch marks, cellulite, and wrinkled décolletage.
Dermalinfusions are considered a gentler version of microdermabrasion. The exfoliating process gently scrapes the skin rather than blast it, before administering customized vitamins and topicals. Benefits include:
Dermalinfusions create a healthy and radiant complexion by increasing blood flow to the skin and promoting new skin cells. They can treat and improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, brown spots, hyperpigmentation, and sun damage.
Dermalinfusions exfoliate the pores, opening them up and clearing out built-up dirt, oils, and skin cells. Blocked pores are the most common cause of acne, so keeping them clean and clear means skin remains the same.
Dead skin cells prevent the skin from looking healthy and glowing. Dermalinfusions gently resurface the skin, which removes dead skin cells and allows the cells beneath to breathe.
You’ll see the best results if you get regular dermalinfusions. It’s recommended you visit Beautifeye once a month to have the treatment. You can maintain the effects for longer by ensuring your at-home skin care routine includes sunscreen, moisturizers, cleansers, and eye creams.
Your Beautifeye aesthetician may recommend you stop using products that contain retinol and alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) two weeks before your treatment and for five days afterward. If you regularly use Botox®, there needs to be at least two weeks between your last Botox treatment and your dermalinfusion, as the pressure could affect the Botox positioning.
Dermalinfusion gives you an instant, radiant glow with no downtime, making it a popular treatment ahead of a special occasion when you want to look your best.
To find out more about dermalinfusions, call Beautifeye or book an appointment online today.