Q: Are there side effects from the Dermalinfusion treatment?
A: Skin may appear flushed or red immediately following the procedure, but results are temporary.
Q: How long do results last?
A: Regardless of condition being treated (hyperpigmentation, acne, stretch marks), ALL skin treated with Dermalinfusion is 70% more volumized for up to 72 hours following the procedure. This means skin is smoothed, plumped, hydrated, and healthy.
Q: How much is a Dermalinfusion treatment?
A: Cost depends on practitioner, but typical costs are $175 per treatment. Often practices provide savings on treatments if purchasing a series.
Q: How many Dermalinfusion treatments are required to see results?
A: Most skin care professionals recommend a series of 4-6 Dermalinfusion treatments for best results.
Q: Can I get help paying for Dermalinfusion treatments?
A: Some insurance companies provide reimbursement for Dermalinfusion treatments for acne.
Q: How often do I need to get Dermalinfusion treatments?
A: For most clients, treatments are scheduled every other week.
Q: What is the difference between Dermalinfusion and Microdermabrasion?
A: While both Dermalinfusion and Microdermabrasion remove a portion of the upper layer of the skin, or the stratum corneum, the Dermalinfusion treatment is much more controlled and consistent in the way it operates. That is because, rather than blasting particles at skin (as with older microdermabrasion devices), or pushing an abrasive tip across the skin by hand, Dermalinfusion uses the controlled vacuum pressure to pull the skin up into a chamber in the hand piece, where it is evenly abraded just as aggressively or as softly as the vacuum pressure is set by the skincare professional. This is significant, because all other devices rely on the operator to apply the same pressure, at the same speed, consistently over the skin. the same treatment.
The process of controlled exfoliation, or microdermabrasion is where the comparisons stop. However, it is just the beginning of the actual Dermalinfusion treatment one receives during the procedure. With a Dermalinfusion treatment, that same controlled vacuum pressure that is used to pull the skin into the chamber, allowing the diamond abrasive tip to very consistently remove the stratum corneum, is also driving a condition-specific topical solution deep into the skin, right down to the dermal junction where the skin cells are regenerating.
*Disclaimer: Individual results may vary depending on each patient