What is Diamond Peel?
A diamond peel is a crystal-free microdermabrasion. During this procedure, a state-of-the-art diamond cut handpiece with a sandpaper-like surface will be used to gently remove the dead skin and debris on the outer layer of your skin, leaving smoother, cleaner, brighter skin.
How is the Diamond Peel different from regular microdermabrasion?
Unlike traditional crystal microdermabrasion, which blows crystals on the skin and then removes them from your skin via suction, the Diamond Peel uses a diamond-cut precision handpiece to gentle exfoliate the skin. The risk of crystal microdermabrasion is that some crystals can tear the skin or even stay lodged in the skin after the procedure. The procedure can also be very messy if crystals are used. The Diamond Peel is safe, effective, gentle, clean, won’t leave any residue on the skin, and allows you to see exactly how much dead skin and debris is removed.
What does the Diamond Peel do for the skin?
The Diamond Peel gently, safely removes the outer layers of the stratum corneum, and any debris on the skin such as surface blackheads, oil and dirt. The Diamond Peel is excellent for anyone whose skin is dull, flaky, dry, dirty, and anyone with clogged pores. The Diamond Peel can also help improve the appearance of brown spots and wrinkles, and can also help patients with mild to moderate acne by opening up the pores and allowing them to breathe.
Does the Diamond Peel hurt?
No, the Diamond Peel does not hurt. You may feel some abrasion and suction but there is no pain involved.
What if I am using Retin-A or Retinol?
The Diamond Peel is excellent for people using any type of Vitamin A derivative which promotes cell turnover. For patients using Retin-A or Retinol products, we recommend a treatment every 3-4 weeks.
How often should I do a Diamond Peel?
For the best maintenance, you should have a Diamond Peel every 4-6 weeks.
A Brighter and Healthier Complexion
If you’re looking for one of the best ways to deep exfoliate and resurface your skin, then microdermabrasion could be right for you. This process will remove all the dead skin that clouds your complexion and blocks your pores and oxygenation process. When these dead cells are not removed they can cause many different types of issues with your skin like:
ingrown hairs, some breakouts and minor scars due to breakouts
bumpy skin and rough texture
brown spots, some sun damage, hyperpigmentation
white spots, millia, bumps
blackheads and large pores
uneven skin tone, fine lines and wrinkles and more..
Day One of the Microdermabrasion Treatment
Your skin will feel very soft to the touch, may be a little tender and slightly pinkish microcircullated right after the treatment, this is normal- keep the skin moist with moisturizer using skin care products as instructed and SPF protection at all time if day time.
Days two and three after the Microdermabrasion Treatment
Your skin should have a glow, and you should be enjoying the results of your treatment. Return to the use of your products as instructed by your medical esthetician.
Day Four after the Microdermabrasion Treatment
In the shower, gently exfoliate your skin. Make sure your face is very wet. If your shower is steamy, this process will be more effective.
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