Dermalinfusion is all the rage lately, with beauty bloggers gushing over their glowing skin after this treatment. But what exactly is it? How is it different from dermaplaning and microdermabrasion? And is it the best way to get rid of dark spots, wrinkles and clogged pores? In this article, we’ll answer these questions and give you a comprehensive overview of this popular facial.
What is Microderm Infusion?
Microderm infusion is a non-invasive, three-step face treatment that exfoliates your skin, extracts clogged pores and then infuses it with a serum. It’s a bit like a deluxe facial, but less time-consuming than a chemical peel and much cheaper than a facelift. It also requires minimal downtime, allowing you to resume your daily routine immediately after your session.
The DiamondGlow wand used in this procedure uses a patented, three-step process that includes exfoliation, extraction and infusion. The exfoliation step removes dry, dead skin cells, revealing fresher, brighter skin. The infusion step then delivers a serum deep into your cleansed pores, resulting in smoother and healthier-looking skin.
It reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by promoting collagen production and minimizing pore size. It improves skin tone and texture by reducing sun damage, scarring and discoloration. It minimizes blemishes and heals mild acne by removing excess oil from the pores, which can lead to breakouts. It also reduces cellulite and stretch marks by reducing fatty deposits in the skin. It’s suitable for all skin types and ages, including sensitive skin.