According to the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, microdermabrasion has been one of the top 5 non-surgery procedures performed for the last several years. At the same time, patients are turning to their dermatologist or cosmetic surgeon for medical grade skin care in increasing numbers.
Now there is the SilkPeel MD, combining the highest quality, diamond assisted microdermabrasion with a simultaneous delivery of potent topical serums deep into the surface of the skin and down to the base of the pores.
SilkPeel Is THE ONLY True Dermalinfusion Technology
The SilkPeel diamond treatment head handpiece removes the top-most portion of the epidermis called the stratum corneum.
SilkPeel Pro-Infusion solutions are simultaneously infused into the viable epidermis under pneumatic pressure. This is Dermalinfusion. No other device uses true Dermalinfusion technology. It’s an exclusive SilkPeel patent! Skin resurfacing and skin laser treatments are now offered in Grand Junction, Colorado.
How SilkPeel Compares to Microdermabraison
In the United States alone, there were almost five hundred thousand microdermabrasion procedures performed by physicians, nurses, and/or medical assistants during the last year, making it one of the most popular aesthetic procedures in the world. In fact, it is only surpassed by injectable toxin treatments (like Botox), tissue fillers (hyaluronic acids like Juvederm or Restylane), and laser hair removal. Microdermabrasion has been a top 5 preferred procedure for at least the last decade.
Compare that to breast augmentation, or liposuction, each of which were performed just under 350,000 times during the same period, or the ever popular “nose job” that lightened the facial load for just under 150,000 recipients, and you get a sense for just how popular facial rejuvenation techniques covered under the category “microdermabrasion” are.
However, it is also important to note that the term microdermabrasion covers a range of mechanical skin resurfacing procedures. These include the “old school” technology of using sand or aluminum particles to “sand blast” the skin, stripping away the superficial layer. It also includes the use of abrasive tips, fibrous pads or brushes to give the skin sort of a “polished” feel. However, it also includes the more advanced technology, known as dermalinfusion, which is growing rapidly worldwide in its popularity. Dermalinfusion incorporates a form of microdermabrasion, in the process of clearing debris, oils and other impurities from the skin while also delivering a therapeutically appropriate treatment serum. skin resurfacing Grand Junction.
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SilkPeel For Acne
(Video Above): This Highschool Student had tried so many things for her teenage acne. Having good skin as in high school âis a really big dealâ, and nothing she had tried was working. Her experience with Silkpeel using the Clarifying Proinfusion serum made all the difference. As this student notes after going regularly for Silkpeel treatments â âby face really started clear up, and my acne was goneâ.
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