I often say with skincare… there are a TON of things you can do to ‘fix’ something on your skin that maybe you’re not overly excited about. And Cheeky thinks your beautiful regardless, but we’re all bound to have some areas on our bods that just wouldn’t blow wind up our skirt.
With that said, this goes along with the same idea that Cheeky has come to understand….There is a limit to what our skincare products can do for our skin. It’s just a fact. Not a lot can be done at the cellular level when it comes to our moisturizers & eye creams. That’s when you have to decide if it’s time to bring in the big guns and begin exploring more ‘invasive’ treatments.
I personally really enjoy the science behind more invasive treatments and get a real rush of seeing technology in action. Plus, you get more immediate results from these types of things and I’m of the age where immediate gratification is something I’ve grown to love – in moderation of course. I also really enjoy sharing ways to achieve certain results by way of trending medical devices because I often find that folks may not even know that certain options exist. I take great pride in Cheeky when it comes to that and we always like to be on the cutting edge of technology when it comes to looking and feeling our best.
I subscribe to Google Alerts when it comes to innovative medical devices that improve how we look. It’s a great way for us to get immediately alerted of new techniques we can research. Just the other morning, we got a Google Alert from a write-up that Forbes.com did about a relatively new treatment, within the last couple years, that is like a facial on crack. Bad analogy, but you know what I mean.. It’s like a super charged facial. Well, I could have just said super charged in the first place.. anyways! But I think this treatment looks to be a really good opportunity for folks who are just starting to explore more invasive treatments.
This article highlighted one woman’s journey for more beautiful skin when she took the plunge and got her very first Dermalinfusion! YASSSS!
Dermalinfusion is an advanced skin-resurfacing treatment that touts skin transformation in as little as 30 minutes.
‘Dermalinfusion is powered by its patented hand piece, developed to deliver many precise skin benefits in one simultaneous action. The pneumatic chamber at the hand piece tip creates closed-loop suction onto skin upon contact, instantly lifting skin for extraction and abrasion by a recessed exfoliating diamond tip. At the same time, pneumatic pressure infuses skin with ingredient-rich serums. This process is not sequential, but simultaneous, and is how Dermalinfusion’s technology eliminates time-gaps between exfoliation and serum application for optimal skin receptivity and retention.’
Interested in learning more or seeing it in action? Check out Envy Medical’s video below!
What results can you expect you ask? The Envy Medical website touts a whole bunch:
- Volumes Skin by 70%**
- Improves Radiance; Refreshes and Revives
- Visibly Reduces Fine Lines and Wrinkles
- Targets Skin Concerns and Optimizes Results
- Gives a Lasting Youthful Boost
- Stimulates Healthy Cell Renewal
Before & Afters
^ both individuals received 5 treatments to achieve these results
^ this individual received 6 treatments to achieve these results
Quick Reference Guide
How long does it take?
Is there downtime?
Not at all, you’ll just see some minimal flushness (I’m pretty sure I made that word up)
What skin types benefit?
Suitable for all skin types
How much does it cost?
We were seeing around $300 per treatment, but we would imagine you could get a package deal from your preferred skincare provider
What does it improve?
- Fine lines & wrinkles
- Dull, dry skin
- Blackheads, enlarged pores
- Skin in need of exfoliation
- Acne scarring
- Hyperpigmentation, dark spots, sun damage
- Maturing skin
- Stretch marks
- Bumps, dryness & discoloration on arms, elbows & feet
- Oily-prone skin
- Rough skin texture
How often can you do it?
Unlike most treatments, you can gets the Dermalinfusion treatment weekly
How many treatments are needed to achieve desired results?
It depends on the severity of the skin problem you’re trying to fix. I’m seeing anywhere from 1 to 5
What parts of the body can it be performed on?
One of Dermalinfusion’s perks is that it can be used to treat other body parts, including the hands, neck, feet, back, legs, neck, the list goes on and on!
How do I find a provider?
Visit Envy’s Medical website & type in your zip code!
Some images & information provided by Envy Medical.