Even if you’re diligent about protecting it from the sun, your skin still sustains some amount of cumulative damage from everyday exposure over time.
Photoaging, or the premature aging of skin cells caused by regular sun exposure, causes up to 90% of the early signs of premature skin aging.
Some of the long-term effects of photoaging are:
While the effects of photoaging can appear on any skin that’s commonly exposed to the sun, it tends to be most noticeable on facial skin.
A chemical peel is a corrective clinical skin treatment used to address the consequences of photoaging.
Chemical peels involve the application of a custom, medical-grade solution. After sitting on your skin for a few minutes, the solution is lifted, or peeled away, gently pulling the top layer of your skin along with it.
Chemical peels, which can be applied to your entire face or just to specific problem areas, help reduce the appearance of uneven tone and texture, discoloration, wrinkles, and other common flaws.
A chemical peel’s depth of action depends on its ingredients, the way in which it’s applied, and how long it remains on your skin before being neutralized.
All chemical peels act to exfoliate dead skin cells, improve texture, and help open pores. Deeper peels go even further, helping to correct uneven skin tone and reduce the appearance of wrinkles and dark spots.
Microdermabrasion is a minimally-invasive skin treatment that uses a slender, precision device to gently sand your skin, effectively removing the thicker, irregular outer layer. The clinical treatment both exfoliates your skin and stimulates collagen growth for a smoother, younger-looking complexion.
In addition to helping correct the effects of photoaging, microdermabrasion can:
The SilkPeel Dermalinfusion treatment takes the concept of microdermabrasion one step further, using a state-of-the-art, diamond-tip hand piece to uniformly remove the uneven top layer of skin, while simultaneously infusing rejuvenating, ingredient-rich skin serums.
Whether you want to treat acne, correct hyperpigmentation, diminish fine lines, or reduce the appearance of fine lines, a SilkPeel Dermalinfusion treatment will brighten, hydrate, smooth, and clarify your skin.*
Compared to traditional microdermabrasion, SilkPeel Dermalinfusion provides a more controlled, consistent treatment experience that’s fully customizable for a wide range of conditions and all skin types.
*Individual results may vary