Dermappla Infusion Facial

Jun 14, 2021

Our newest facial originated in Korea and has since gained popularity all over the world due to its filler-like benefits, without the syringe.

It starts with a sheet mask featuring Dermaplla, an absorbable collagen restoration powder and liquid formulated mainly with Poly-L-Lactic acid (PLLA) and other powerful beauty ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, peptides complex and niacinamide. Poly-L-Lactic Acid has been proven to positively impact fat pads, facial ligaments, muscle, and skin in a more complex way than simply filling wrinkles and plumping line. A popular and effective filler called Sculptra is an injection of PLLA, and is commonly used in our office for those for those would like immediate and longer lasting results.

PLLA is one of the most effective ingredients for stimulating collagen production, adding volume and thickening the dermis for a youthful appearance.  The mask used for our facial is made with encapsulated hydrogen, that activates when it touches the serum, to help drive the product into the skin. After 10 minutes, the mask dissolves and dries like a film. Once removed, It smoothes skin and unclogs pores.

Next is a PLLA infusion jelly mask which works with the skin’s natural renewal process to increase visible density and elasticity. Caviar Ampoule is added to the mask for a concentrated dose of vitamins, minerals and collagen. This helps fill in your natural shape for a more sculpted and defined look. These two treatments result in skin that appears younger, radiant and wide awake!

This Facial is Right for You if You are Interested in:

  • Improvement of fine & deep wrinkles (forehead, frown, vertical lip lines, crow’s feet and nasolabial folds)
  • Contoured face lines (marionette lines, tear troughs, cheek definition)
  • Are not wanting injectables

Is There Any Down Time?

There is no down time but skin cannot sweat or get wet for 12 hours after treatment. Results improve with multiple treatments. This facial is not suitable for skin with active acne or rosacea, women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, or anyone having allergies to adhesives.

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