SilkPeel Dermal Infusion®
Chances are you’ve been using exfoliation and skin serums as anti-aging measures for years. Both are effective in keep skin supple and well-hydrated. But now there’s an even better way: SilkPeel Dermal Infusion®. This innovative new procedure combines both practices simultaneously, making your skin plump and voluminous while evening skin tone and minimizing irregularities.
DermaTouch is excited to add this treatment to our skin resurfacing offerings
Is SilkPeel Dermal Infusion® for Me?
SilkPeel Dermal Infusion is for anyone who suffers from acne, fine lines and wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, sun damage or melasma. The treatment can be administered to the face or to the body; Dermal Infusion BODY System simultaneously performs body polishing, vacuum massage and serum infusion. Dermal Infusion treats all skin tones and is customizable to your unique skin care challenges.
Talk to your DermaTouch specialist to see if Dermal Infusion is right for you.
How It Works
The magic of Dermal Infusion lies in delivering multiple treatments at one time, preventing any gap in the moments between exfoliation and serum application. The handpiece creates a closed-loop suction onto the skin, producing extraction and abrasion while infusing the skin with special, ingredient-rich serums. Because these treatments are done simultaneously, the skin receives and retains more of the age-defying serum than in traditional applications.
This non-invasive treatment is customizable to a number of skin conditions and the serums used in the procedure are based on your current skin care issues and desired outcomes.
The treatment is done in 30 minutes and requires no downtime. Most professionals recommend four to six treatments spread out over three months for optimal results.
Contact DermaTouch Today!
We want you to look and feel your best. DermaTouch RN is the premier provider of SilkPeel Dermal Infusion in Houston, TX, and the surrounding metropolitan area. Please contact us online or call us at 281-895-9090. Review our pricing.