Awaken Your Skin

Dermalinfusion is a 3-in-1 treatment that exfoliates, extracts and infuses.

Dermalinfusion is a breakthrough system used to simultaneously exfoliate skin, while infusing condition-specific serums to improve the overall health of the skin. This results in an enhanced appearance and radiant glow.

WHY DERMALINFUSION:

  • No Downtime & Non-invasive
  • Fully customizable
  • Patented technology
  • 15-30 minute treatments
  • TREATS ALL SKIN TONES & TYPES
  • SMOOTHER, SOFTER SKIN FROM HEAD-TO-TOE
  • MEDICAL-GRADE DIAMOND-TIP TREATMENT HEADS TO PROVIDE SAFE & PRECISE EXFOLIATION
  • INFUSION OF TARGETED SERUMS TO ADDRESS SKIN CONCERNS

Why Timeless?

When you choose Timeless Skin, you are choosing expertise, experience and unparalleled patient care.

  • 98% patient satisfaction rating.
  • Our Dermalinfusion providers personalize each treatment to help you achieve the best results.
  • Convenient scheduling options.

Dermalinfusion FAQ’s

Get answers to your most pressing questions about this specific treatment. Here are a few that we hear most often:

How long is a Dermalinfusion appointment?

A typical appointment lasts between 15 to 30 minutes. The procedure itself lasts 15 minutes on average, but your medical provider will want to spend time discussing your desired outcomes, as well as what you should expect in the days following treatment.

Will it hurt?

Dermalinfustion is a comfortable treatment that our patients do not describe as painful. With diamond tip exfoliation, the most gentle and precise in microdermabrasion, it simply feels like the lick from a cats tongue.

Is it safe?

Yes! Dermalinfusion is safe for all skin types and tones with little to no discomfort.

What should I expect?

During the treatment, a vacuum-like wand equipped with a diamond-tipped head will be guided over the skin to gently exfoliate and draw out impurities while simultaneously infusing a soothing topical solution selected especially for your skin’s needs.

When will I start seeing results?

Your skin will have an immediate, radiant glow and smoother feel, but multiple treatments will be required for optimal results.

How long do results last?

Depending upon your individual skin concerns, a series of treatments at specific intervals, or in combination with other procedures may be advised to continuously refresh and revitalize skin. Typically, Dermalinfusion is done every 4 weeks or as recommended by your medical professional.

Is there downtime associated?

No! You may experience minimal redness directly after the treatment which typically subsides within the hour. It is a great treatment for any time of year!

How is pricing determined?

The price per procedure is based on the areas treated and if there is a series recommended. Package pricing is available.

What is the difference between Dermalinfusion and Microdermabrasion?

While both procedures remove the top layer of skin, the Dermalinfusion uses a more controlled technique and a less abrasive diamond-tipped wand to exfoliate the skin. Customized settings are used for each patient, so we are able to repeat the treatment with consistent results.

Am I an ideal candidate?

Dermalinfusion is used to treat a vast range of skin types and concerns such as acne, sun damage, fine lines and wrinkles. Schedule a consultation with our medical professionals to learn more.

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How Does Dermalinfusion Work?

Our trained Dermalinfusion provider will use a vacuum-like handpiece equipped with a diamond-tipped head over the skin. Dermalinfusion gently exfoliates the skin while delivering a soothing topical solution selected especially for your skin’s needs.

Ready to Schedule an Appointment?

Fantastic! We’re already looking forward to meeting you. The first step is to schedule a consultation so that we can determine if this is the best option for you. Simply visit our appointment page to choose a scheduling option that works for you. It is possible to schedule your DermalInfusion treatment immediately following your consult.

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There is a consultation fee of $60 due at the time of your appointment; however, this fee is deducted from your first procedure.

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