Dermalinfusion Treatment 101: Everything You Need to Know

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dermalinfusion treatment, cosmetic dermatologyThere seem to be new and exciting cosmetic dermatology skin treatments coming out every day promising younger and healthier-looking skin. These new methods have their pros and cons, and what works for some may not work for others. A dermalinfusion treatment is one such method that has been recently gaining traction. These treatments are similar to skin resurfacing, but there are some differences. Here’s what you need to know.

How the Dermalinfusion Treatment Works

Dermalinfusion is unique in that it is non-invasive. It uses elements of exfoliation along with specially formulated serums and topical solutions. This combination helps to exfoliate dead skin cells, clean the pores and rejuvenate the skin at the same time.

The exfoliation for dermalinfusion involves using varying diamond treatment heads. However, it is the combination of the vitamins and topicals that really sets this method apart from others. A treatment generally lasts about an hour. It starts with a thorough cleaning of the treatment area. This treatment will work on for the face, of course, but also for the neck and chest areas. After everything is clean, the technician will place a clarifying mask on the area that will eliminate any impurities and open your pores. Then the solutions are applied to do their work on whatever your skin issue might be.

Uses

There are several skin conditions that dermalinfusion treatment helps to improve. This is because there are customized topicals and combinations that can be geared towards those issues, which include acne, fine lines, wrinkles, and discolorations, among other things. Patients seem to really enjoy how clean and polished their skin looks after a treatment. It makes it feel healthier and more vibrant. There are some studies that have shown that the skin’s volume can increase by up to 70 percent. This is what helps reduce wrinkles and blemishes.

Cost

Dermalinfusion treatment is not like a traditional cosmetic dermatology facial. The treatment does cost more, and for the best results it will take more than one treatment. However, the results you can expect go well beyond those of a traditional facial or other cosmetic dermatology treatments.

Pros

There are several pros to getting this treatment. As mentioned above, it is non-invasive, and you can be in and out of our San Antonio clinic within an hour. Many patients see the results right after the first treatment, so you can also expect immediate results. It is a great method for removing fine lines and wrinkles and lightening discolored skin. There is also no downtime after a treatment, so you can go right back to work and stay on your feet.

Cons

As we mentioned, there are pros and cons to any dermatological treatment. With dermalinfusion treatment, it can cost more than other facials. While many people like to see results right away, you may have to wait several weeks to see them for certain skin conditions. You might also require multiple visits to get the best results. If you have sensitive skin, you may have some discomfort during the treatment.

If you undergo any skin care treatment, it is always best to do what you can to maximize the results. That means avoiding smoking, eating healthier, and using sunscreen to protect your skin.

Dermalinfusion treatment is one of many effective skin care treatments that will leave your skin looking and feeling younger and healthier. If you are in San Antonio, contact Ochs Dermatology today to discuss how we can help you.

For more information about how a dermalinfusion treatment can make your skin look and feel its best, please visit: https://www.ochsdermatology.com/