WHAT CAUSES DULL SKIN?
Dull skin is a condition whereby the skin is not hydrated enough and also has a build-up of dead skin cells, resulting in a complexion that is far from radiant. Not getting enough sleep during the night may also contribute to this, leading to dark eye circles, eye bags and wrinkles being formed which will lead to skin aging and losing its glow. There may also be a shortage of nutrients which your skin require to maintain its healthy appearance, which can be caused by an imbalanced diet. Not cleansing skin properly can also lead to dull skin, as pores will be covered and will struggle to breathe.
WHY YOU NEED SILKPEEL?
Similar to microdermabrasion, SilkPeel Dermalinfusion also uses a hand piece with a diamond head to scrub and remove the top layers of skin. This helps to remove dead skin cells on the surface, and the abrading can be done either aggressively or gently depending on the intensity specified by your doctor. The skin is pulled up into a chamber within the hand piece where this process takes place.
It is a step above microdermabrasion as a topical serum is also infused into the skin at the exact layer where new skin cells are growing to replace the dead skin cells. This also acts as a catalyst for the production of fresh collagen in the skin, which helps the skin to repair itself.
The topical serum offers many benefits, and aids in the transformation of your skin. Results should be noticeable after the first session but they will gradually improve and become more obvious after each subsequent treatment. Sessions tend to be spaced 2 weeks apart during the first round of treatments, and will take place in between larger intervals for the next round of treatments. Depending on your needs, your doctor will advise you on a suitable number of sessions in order to get the good results.
No downtime is needed for this swift treatment, which can be completed in about 20 minutes but this may vary depending on individuals. Some discomfort or a tingling sensation may be experienced if you have sensitive skin, but this is temporary and should subside after a few hours. Your doctor will also be on hand to discuss and advise you on post-treatment maintenance.