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SilkPeel Dermalinfusion (SilkPeel Facial) vs. Hydrafacial

by | Aug 17, 2017 | Blog | 0 comments

For decades, facials have been an excellent way to care for the skin by treating blemishes, resolving textural concerns, and restoring a healthy complexion.* However, with the influx of so many treatment options available, it can be a daunting task figuring out which treatment is right for you and your skin’s needs. There are a lot of safe and cost effective options now available, including both the HydraFacial and the SilkPeel Dermalinfusion (SilkPeel Facial), two of the newest and best facial treatments around… but which one is right for you? Let’s take a closer look.

HydraFacial

The HydraFacial is a skin resurfacing treatment that cleanses, exfoliates, extracts, and hydrates the skin. With its patented Vortex tip, the device simultaneously removes dead skin cells and other impurities from the skin, while infusing the cells with serums that cleanse and moisturize.*

The HydraFacial combines Salicylic acid and Glycolic acid to chemically exfoliate the skin. This can have a positive effect on patients who struggle with active acne, but can dry and irritate clients who are not steadily experiencing breakouts. Unfortunately, the serum is housed in large containers of multi-use solutions, which could affect the efficacy due to exposure to light and air. Treatment takes about 30 minutes or less, and there is virtually no pain or downtime.*

SilkPeel Dermalinfusion (SilkPeel Facial)

The SilkPeel treatment combines non-invasive microdermabrasion and Dermalinfusion. It is equipped with a diamond tip and uses microdermabrasion technology to slough off the top layer of dead skin cells. This helps to address the buildup of dead skin, discoloration, and can stimulate collagen and elastin production; therefore reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.* Dermalinfusion involves the delivery of topical solutions that penetrate the dermal skin layers and initiate cell regeneration.*

Unique to the SilkPeel, there are four different serums that can be used during the treatment, which are chosen by your Esthetician or Physician during your consultation.

  1. The Hydrating serum that delivers intensive hydration using Hyaluronic Acid.*
  2. The Clarity solution that uses a combination of Salicylic acid and hydrating properties to gently exfoliate clients who are experiencing breakouts, without over drying the skin.*
  3. The Patented Lumyxl Brightening serum combines various unique brightening agents that are used to lift and lighten existing pigments due to post inflammation or sun damage.*
  4. The Vitamin-C serum which infuses the skin with a potent dose of vitamin-C which delivers powerful antioxidants as well as anti-aging and brightening benefits to the skin.*

The SilkPeel Dermalinfusion uses individual prepackaged disposable treatment heads to ensure no cross-contamination between patients. Every patient also receives his or her very own individually packaged infusion solution to use in its entirety during the treatment to ensure proper sanitation protocols. Basically, the solutions are always fresh.

The SilkPeel can be used on almost every skin type, due to the interchangeability of grit in the diamond-tip headpiece.* There are roughly six different options starting at a grit of 140 (for extremely sensitive skin, including rosacea) all the way to a grit of 60 (for thickened aging skin.) No matter the size of grit, when properly executed, the treatment has little to no downtime.* It not only evenly exfoliates the skin, but it also rehydrates dry damaged skin without over-processing it.*

Which gives you a better treatment?

The choice of treatment depends on the condition of the skin, as well as the specific skin concerns being treated. It is always recommended that you have a consultation with a Physician or Aesthetician, before undergoing any treatment of this kind. However, the SilkPeel is the obvious choice amongst skincare providers due to the customizable variables, sanitation, and efficacy of results.* Patients receive a more thorough exfoliation and a luxurious sanitary experience. The average price of the HydraFacial is $205 compared to the SilkPeel price of $150.

If you want to treat those stubborn blackheads, acne scarring, fine lines, or just need a total facial rejuvenation but don’t want to do any invasive harsh treatments, the SilkPeel Dermalinfusion can be the perfect option for you!*

Parfaire’s own Dr. Winnie Moses is a world-class board-certified physician who will be happy to provide you with a thorough skin analysis during a complimentary consultation. From there, should you want to have a SilkPeel facial, one of Parfaire’s experienced Medical Aestheticians who will perform the luxury SilkPeel treatment.

Find out more about the SilkPeel today by contacting our office at 626-414-5511 or email reception@parfaire.com.

*Disclaimer* Any claims of improving skin conditions cannot be guaranteed. Individual results will vary.

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