Friday, January 21, 2011

Clinical Infusion Facial, Revisited

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This morning I thought I would take a few minutes to reflect on my most popular skincare treatment, and why I think it's one of the best ways to whip your skin into shape!

For those of you who haven't been to the studio, the Clinical Infusion Facial includes:
  • Three-step deep cleanse
  • Comprehensive skin analysis
  • Microdermabrasion, dermaplaning, or light to medium chemical peel
  • Deep pore extractions
  • Germicidal high frequency
  • LED phototherapy
  • Custom mask treatment
  • Glycolic arm and hand treatment
  • Infusion of cosmeceuticals
  • Microcurrent facelift
  • Active serum, hydration and SPF
Since my clients' skin concerns range from acne to pigmentation, wrinkles, texture concerns, redness and sensitivity, it's important that every treatment is customized, and that's exactly what happens in the Clinical Infusion Facial.

In this post, I'll be focusing on a versatile exfoliation method that works for many clients: microdermabrasion! Most of us are somewhat underexfoliated, and in addition to the fibroblast-stimulating and pore-minimizing benefits of microdermabrasion, it's also the best and fastest way I know to ensure maximum absorption of the cosmeceutical ingredients selected for each skin type. Improved absorption continues for weeks after treatment, providing maximum results from home care with active antioxidants, retinoids, lighteners, peptides, growth factors, and humectants.

The great thing about the Clinical Infusion Facial is that the steps performed after the exfoliation are made all the more potent. Red/infrared combination LED treatment light penetrates deeper into the dermis to promote collagen and extracellular matrix production; ultrasonic and microcurrent infusion techniques reach more living cells to improve firmness and brightness, and serums absorb and are processed in layers of the skin that can't be reached without the microdermabrasion.

Best of all, the Clinical Infusion Facial is a true no-downtime treatment. While some skin types experience pink skin lasting 2-4 hours after the treatment, it can almost always be performed on the morning of a big event. After 4 hours, makeup can be worn (see the Skin Studio's favorite makeup artists at Kate Malone Makeup Studio), and will look better than ever over a fresh canvas of refined skin and custom cosmeceutical actives.

The fact that it's a relaxing, brightening way to spend 75 minutes is the icing on the cake!

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