DiamondGlow Dermalinfusion Can Help Reduce the Appearance of Fine Lines and Wrinkles

If you’re looking for a nonsurgical solution to plump up your skin, enhance its vibrancy, and smooth away wrinkles and fine lines, a DiamondGlow Dermalinfusion treatment may be right for you.

At Balcones Dermatology & Aesthetics, board-certified dermatologist David A. Bushore, MD, offers this innovative exfoliation treatment. His licensed medical aesthetician, Olivia Berry, can deep-clean your skin and boost its efficiency to absorb customized conditioning serums.

Why DiamondGlow Dermalinfusion works so well

DiamondGlow Dermalinfusion, formerly known as SilkPeel® Dermalinfusion, exfoliates the top layers of your skin, eliminating dead cells that can dull your complexion. A vacuum system then suctions away the cells, letting the healthy, new skin below shine through. The new skin will be smoother, firmer, and free of wrinkles and lines that can age you.

What sets a DiamondGlow Dermalinfusion treatment apart is that following the exfoliation process, licensed medical aesthetician Olivia Berry applies a condition-specific serum to the surface of your skin, which travels downward and saturates the deeper layers of your skin tissue.

These high-quality serums contain essential minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants, which can revitalize the appearance and health of your skin.

The many benefits of DiamondGlow Dermalinfusion

Often called the perfect “red carpet treatment,” DiamondGlow Dermalinfusion treatments instantly plump up your skin to help you achieve a younger, refreshed look.

One-time treatments are ideal for deep cleaning your skin, clearing away pore-clogging debris and oils, and hydrating the deepest layers of your tissue. Treatments are quick ― usually 20 minutes or less ― and you can go right back to your regular activities without any downtime.

Through a series of DiamondGlow Dermalinfusion treatments, you can also address other common skin issues. Based on a customized treatment plan, you can use DiamondGlow Dermalinfusion treatments to reduce the appearance of:

Alternative strategies for treating hyperpigmentation and more

While DiamondGlow Dermalinfusion can treat hyperpigmentation and age spots, a series of treatments may be needed. If you’re looking for faster ways to eliminate areas of skin discoloration, other treatments are available at Balcones Dermatology & Aesthetics.

Chemical peels can address hyperpigmentation in one treatment by removing the top layers of skin. Licensed medical aesthetician Olivia Berry can also customize microneedling treatments, which can eliminate sunspots and other types of discoloration by triggering your body’s natural healing process.

If you’re looking for solutions to treat moderate to severe areas of hyperpigmentation, the Cutera® Excel® V Plus laser system can help you achieve your goals. This advanced system targets and destroys hyperpigmented skin cells by using ultra-precise wavelengths of laser energy. You can also rely on Cutera laser technology to reduce the appearance of scars, wrinkles, and other cosmetic flaws.

Even if you opt for laser treatments or chemical peels for certain skin conditions, you can still benefit from regular DiamondGlow Dermalinfusion treatments to keep your skin hydrated and healthy. This effective exfoliation and hydration process is relatively quick and requires no downtime, so it’s ideal whether you’re preparing for a big event or just wanting to maintain healthy, clear skin.

To find out how DiamondGlow Dermalinfusion treatments can work for you, book an appointment online or over the phone with Balcones Dermatology & Aesthetics today.

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