Definition: Dermalinfusion is a general term for a minimally invasive facial treatment that combines exfoliation, extraction, and infusion of customized serums into the skin. Different devices and techniques may be used under the umbrella of dermalinfusion, but the overall goal is to:

  • Exfoliate: Remove dead skin cells and debris from the surface of the skin, allowing for better penetration of active ingredients.
  • Extract: Clear clogged pores and remove blackheads and whiteheads.
  • Infuse: Deliver customized serums containing vitamins, antioxidants, or other beneficial ingredients to address specific skin concerns.

Pros: Minimally invasive, customizable to address various skin concerns (e.g., wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, acne), improves skin texture and tone, delivers concentrated serums for deeper nourishment.

Cons: May cause temporary redness or irritation, not suitable for all skin types or conditions, requires multiple sessions for optimal results, can be expensive depending on the specific treatment.

Alternatives: Chemical peels, microneedling, other facial treatments with exfoliation and targeted ingredients, topical skincare products.

Recovery Time: Minimal downtime, although some slight redness or irritation may occur for a day or two.

Disclaimer: Consult a dermatologist or aesthetician to determine if dermalinfusion is right for your skin type and concerns.