If you’re waiting until the heart of summer to get that golden, dewy glow on your skin, then you haven’t heard about dermal infusion. This specialized category of facials are in-depth, and consist of several detailed elements. The finished product is exfoliation, extraction, and hydration, like your skin has never seen before. To put it in simple terms, it’s a non invasive way to basically get brand new skin. Say goodbye to dead skin, acne scars, blackheads, hyper pigmentation, dry skin, large pores, and so much more! Say hello to the healthiest skin glow of your life!

What Is Dermal Infusion?

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It’s a 3-in-1 treatment, that gives you exfoliation, extraction, and hydration of the skin. The way this facial works is by using a wand to extract dead skin that is kicked up by the tip of the wand as it exfoliates. The wand also infuses the skin with serums. Some of the available serums are, skin brightening, ultra hydrating, vitamin C, and pore clarifying.

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What Makes dermal infusion facials so special?

To start, the technique of this facial sets it apart from a typical facial. There’s a four to six count pulse. The reason for that is so the skin can absorb all of the serum. If you go too fast, your skin won’t absorb it, and your skin won’t be as volumized as it should be. This facial also includes lymphatic drainage in the neck and eyes. These facials are also immensely soothing, that you’ll find yourself drifting off to sleep. The wand for this treatment is also used on eyes and lips -- it is actually the only facial device safe on lips for plumping and volume. It’s also FDA approved for acne, including cystic acne treatment.

How much does this procedure cost?

This facial treatment can range between $150 to $175.

Are there any side effects?

Side effects are very rare. If you do have any, they can range from a scratchy, stinging sensation during the treatment, and temporary tightness to slight redness or swelling afterward.