Dermalinfusion / Diamond Glow

The Solution for Healthy, Vibrant, Rejuvenated Skin.

Dermalinfusion is an advanced skin-resurfacing treatment that combines exfoliation, extraction, and infusion of condition-specific serums to improve skin health, function and appearance.

The treatment is fully customizable and the perfect solution to address a wide variety of skin concerns and conditions from head-to-toe and is suitable for all skin types and tones.

The key to the Dermalinfusion technology lies in its line of specifically formulated, professional strength Pro-Infusion serums. Each serum is the product of advanced research in skin care science and is designed to address a specific skin condition. Treats head-to-toe.
Pro-Infusion serums targets specific skin concerns:
  • Anti-aging: fine lines & wrinkles, sallow skin
  • Hyperpigmentation: dark spots, sun damage, PIH
  • Dry and dehydrated skin
  • Blemishes
  • Rough skin texture
Dermalinfusion Body
The Dermalinfusion BODY System delivers a combination therapy, which simultaneously provides body polishing, vacuum massage and serum infusion. This unique combination addresses the underlying cellular processes that bring about skin imperfections in many areas of the body.
All-over body skin rejuvenation reduces:
  • Sun damage, fine lines and wrinkles on décolletage
  • Stretch marks on the abdomen or breasts
  • Back acne
  • Cellulite on the thighs
  • Bumps, dryness, and discoloration on the arms and around elbows
  • Extreme dryness and/or cracking on hands and feet
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Dermalinfusion FAQ

Are there side effects from the Dermalinfusion treatment?
Skin may appear flushed or red immediately following the procedure, but results are temporary.
How often do I need to get Dermalinfusion treatments?
If you are targeting a specific skin condition then it is recommended that you come in every two weeks for your 4-6 treatments. If you are simply coming in for maintenance or an event then you can schedule as needed.
How many Dermalinfusion treatments are required to see results?
A series of 4-6 Dermalinfusion treatments is recommended for best results.
What is the difference between Dermalinfusion and Microdermabrasion?
While both Dermalinfusion and Microdermabrasion remove a portion of the upper layer of the skin, the Dermalinfusion treatment is much more controlled and consistent in the way it operates.  That is because, rather than blasting particles at skin (as with older microdermabrasion devices), or pushing an abrasive tip across the skin by hand, Dermalinfusion uses the controlled vacuum pressure to pull the skin up into a chamber in the hand piece, where it is evenly abraded just as aggressively or as softly as the vacuum pressure is set by the skincare professional.