What are the differences between silkpeel dermalinfusion and microdermabrasion?
Here Are the Similarities Between Silkpeel Dermalinfusion and Microdermabrasion
• Both remove the epidermis, exposing younger, baby-like skin underneath. The exfoliation you experience from them is greater than what you can do on your own.
• Both are considered non-invasive treatments.
• Both procedures don’t take that long in the plastic surgeon’s office.
• Both silkpeel dermalinfusion and microdermabrasion don't require you to be sedated.
• Both treatments don't require any downtime.
• Your complexion is much more youthful and brighter after both treatments.
• Your skin will look pinker after silkpeel dermalinfusion and microdermabrasion.
• Both procedures utilize a vacuum to suck up the exfoliated skin and debris that has been making the skin look dull.
• Both procedures result in smoother skin.
• Both treatments cost right around $200 (USD).
What Are the Differences Between Silkpeel Dermalinfusion and Microdermabrasion?
• Silkpeel dermalinfusion doesn't require a numbing agent but microdermabrasion does.
• Microdermabrasion shoots microscopic particles at the skin to exfoliate it. Silkpeel dermalinfusion isn't abrasive at all.
• The vacuum of microdermabrasion doesn’t open the pores like the vacuum of Silkpeel dermalinfusion does.
• Silkpeel dermalinfusion infuses vitamins and
• Silkpeel dermalinfusion hydrates; microdermabrasion doesn't.
• Silkpeel dermalinfusion is more individualized, and thus gives you more of an opportunity to look better than microdermabrasion.
Ultimately, silkpeel dermalinfusion is an advanced form of microdermabrasion that provides superior results.
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Written by Dr. Donna Schwontkowski
Dr. Donna Schwontkowski is a retired chiropractor with a master's and bachelor's in nutrition and master's in herbology. She's been an expert on anti-aging, beauty and natural healing for over 20 years and loves providing solutions that quickly and painlessly reverse a beauty problem.Full Bio