Dermal Infusion


Dermalinfusion is a noninvasive skin treatment that exfoliates the skin, removes debris, and infuses the skin with a custom serum.

How Dermalinfusion Works

The skin treatment uses a diamond-tipped or disposable vortex-tipped wand about the size of a pen to exfoliate the skin. The disposable vortex tip uses a patented technology to provide exfoliation.

The aesthetician will adjust the coarseness of the wand’s tip according to each client’s skin type. It can be made gentle enough to cover parts of the face that can’t be treated with microdermabrasion, such as the lips and area around the eyes.

The wand also has a vacuum that sucks up debris while infusing the skin with serum. The type of serum used will depend on the goal of treatment and the client’s unique skin condition, such as:

  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Telangiectasia
  • Acne
  • Eczema
  • Sun damage
  • Dry skin
  • Rosacea
  • Fine lines

However, dermalinfusion shouldn’t be done for clients with the following underlying conditions:

  • Active herpes sores
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Skin cancer

Treatment should be done cautiously for clients with:

  • A compromised immune system
  • Compromised wound healing
  • Thin skin

Ingredients commonly found in dermalinfusion serums include:

  • Decapeptide-12
  • Licorice root extract
  • Salicylic acid
  • Oregano oil
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin E
  • Grape seed extract

Benefits of Dermalinfusion

Compared to traditional microdermabrasion, dermalinfusion has several advantages.

Because the wand is adjustable, clients with skin conditions like acne, rosacea, eczema, or psoriasis can undergo dermalinfusion. The treatment can also be used on sensitive parts of the skin, such as around the eyes and on the lips.

Dermalinfusion is a special form of microdermabrasion offering the following benefits:

  • Evens out skin tone
  • Brightens complexion
  • Reduces dark spots
  • Reduces wrinkles
  • Unclogs pores
  • Improves skin smoothness

How to Prepare For The Procedure

Before undergoing dermalinfusion, clients need to:

  • Stop using retinol and AHAs three to five days before treatment
  • Avoid getting Botox injections for two weeks prior to treatment

What to Expect During Dermalinfusion Facial

During a dermalinfusion facial, every part of the client’s face will be treated with the diamond-tipped or disposable vortex-tipped wand. An aesthetician will adjust the head of the wand when going over more sensitive parts of the face, such as around the eyes.

The procedure is painless and will likely take between 30 minutes to an hour.

After Treatment

Clients may experience some redness after undergoing dermalinfusion. The exfoliation may cause skin sensitivity right after treatment.

Right after treatment, clients will have more hydrated and brighter skin and a more even skin tone. Long-term results will include a reduction in fine lines, sun damage, stretch marks, and scarring.

Clients with acne scarring or problem skin should consider having four to six treatments, roughly one month apart, to see optimal results.

After the procedure, clients need to avoid retinols and AHAs for three to five days post treatment.

Why Choose Plaza Aesthetics

Plaza Aesthetics is proud to offer dermalinfusion to clients searching for a more intensive skin treatment offering a range of benefits. Clients are encouraged to contact Plaza Aesthetics to schedule an appointment.