Microdermabrasion Infusions Philadelphia

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Microdermabrasion topical Infusions

At Rumer Cosmetic Surgery our aestheticians utilize DermaSweep as the platform of choice for all of our microdermabrasion and topical infusion treatment (Epi-Infusion) offerings. DermaSweep is a cutting edge technology microdermabrasion system, available only to licensed medical practitioners. This revolutionary system combines precision brush tip exfoliation, topical solutions and variable vacuum pressure for the most precise, efficacious and comfortable skin treatments available.

DermaSweep is ideal for:

DermaSweep gently lifts the skin as the bristles “sweep away” the dead layer of skin in a precise and controlled manner. The patent pending bristle tips fully eliminate the mess and hazards associated with traditional crystal systems. Further, these polyester or nylon bristles prevent the build-up of keratin on the wand that has been a problem with other particle-free systems.

DermaSweep enables airflow through the bristles to allow the skin to be gently drawn into the bristle for a more effective and less irritating exfoliation. Our innovative, efficient use of vacuum pressure and bristles are then customized for each treatment depending on skin type, desired level of exfoliation and results.
DermaSweep results in a clean, consistently effective treatment and patients see a noticeable skin improvement with fewer treatments and improved results even with the first treatment.

DermaSweep Epi-Infusion is the perfect addition following the DermaSweep Microdermabrasion treatment. This treatment is also referred to as the “hydra or water facial”. Epi-Infusion is a topical infusion of vitamin or dermatological solution used to treat specific skin conditions.

DermaSweep Epi-Infusion treatments consist of our precision bristle exfoliation combined with the simultaneous topical infusion delivery of skin specific solutions, leaving patients with fresher feeling and better looking skin. The strengths, combination of solutions, and level of vacuum pressure are completely regulated to offer exactly the strength and depth needed.

Topical infusion options include:

Typically results are seen after the first treatment. Lasting and more significant results occur after 4 to 6 treatments spaced 10 to 2 weeks apart, supported by a daily post-treatment routine.

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