SILKPEEL³™ MICRODERMABRASION DERMALINFUSION $125 (30 min)
SilkPeel Diamond Dermalinfusion technology is a completely unique, non-invasive skin perfecting procedure that has instant – and cumulative – results. A potent but gentle 30 minute treatment, SilkPeel requires absolutely no down time and is one of the few procedures in which skin shows immediate and noticeable improvement in volume, hydration, tone and texture.
This patented technology is excellent for both light and dark skin, with virtually no restrictions on treating any area of the body!
This treatment exfoliates the damaged top layer while simultaneously infusing condition specific and anti-aging serums deep into the skin.
Dermalinfused skin is multi-enhanced – hydrated, smoothed and volumized.
>> CLARIFYING SILKPEEL³ – Acne Prone Skin
>> LUMIXYL WHITENING SILKPEEL³ – Hyperpigmented Skin
>> DETOXIFYING ANTI-AGING SILKPEEL³ – Stressed and Wrinkled Skin
>> HYDRATING SILKPEEL³ – Stressed and Wrinkled Skin
FULL BODY MICRODERMABRASION DERMALINFUSION $400 (60 min)
A rejuvenating anti-aging treatment from shoulders to toes. Using a diamond-tipped wand, this treatment gently erases fine lines and removes impurities to reveal smooth, soft radiant skin. After exfoliation, warm towels take care of any excess, and our favorite organic body moisturizer seals in hydration for maximum benefits.
DOUBLE HAPPINESS $525 (2 hrs.)
Diamond-tipped microdermabrasion dermalinfusion meets infrared technology for remarkable results. A full-body treatment that begins with all-over exfoliation to remove dead skin cells and impurities followed by infrared treatment to deeply hydrate and revitalize skin with luminous glow. You will be amazed at how soft and supple your skin is!
SILKPEEL VS. HYDRAFACIAL
SilkPeel Microdermabrasion Dermalinfusion is by far a superior device for treating real skin conditions. Hydrafacial does not offer true dermalinfusion technology. With hydrafacial you are simply scraping the skin with that slanted tip (and its swirl patter plastic edges), while dripping solution on. SilkPeel has a diamond tip that sits up in the hand piece chamber away from the skin – when you turn the device on and apply the smooth outer tip to the surface of the skin it creates pneumatic vacuum pressure that pulls the skin up into the chamber. So you don’t “push” the hand piece on the skin, you pull it across, letting the vacuum pressure do the work at the level you set. While the skin is pulled up into the chamber, the pores stretched open, and the stratum-corneum is being stripped away – at that moment the pneumatic pressure is able to force a much greater penetration of the active ingredients into the skin.
SilkPeel also has superior solutions, the Lumixyl pro-infusion for example was developed by Stanford research dermatologists and is the best alternative to HQ out there. The results with it in SIlkPeel for hyperpigmentation is terrific. They have great solutions/procedures for treating acne (this is what the medical grade brush tips are especially good at), photo-damage, stretchmarks, and minor scaring (very good post-surgical on just about any part of the body to eliminate PIH, and heal minor fine scars more quickly). So really, I don’t know why these two devices get compared – Hydrafacial is more of a spa device for doing a nice facial, SilkPeel is the device you want to use for therapeutic treatments in a medical practice or medical spa setting. It compliments and improves outcomes of other medical procedures from laser treatments to Botox.