Advantages of the Diamond Peel Treatment
The Diamond Peel can more easily treat some problem areas, such as crow’s feet and lip wrinkles. You can safely undergo the diamond peel in conjunction with other skin treatments, such as a Photofacial, Venus Viva and Venus Versa, AC Dual acne treatment.
The Procedure is painless and lasts about 45 minutes. You can apply makeup and resume normal daily activities directly afterward. Potential side effects are minor; they include mild redness and feeling like you have mild sunburn. These symptoms last only a few hours. Some people with acne or recently shaven skin might experience some bleeding with the procedure.
It is a safe and effective method which takes out dirt and dead skin. A diamond-tipped hand piece is run over the surface of the skin to vacuum away whiteheads, blackheads, dirt, and dead skin.
The most significant benefit you will experience from this skin treatment is the marked improvement of your skin after a session. First, it is a proven way to stimulate the production of collagen. Collagen is an important substance that makes your skin elastic and firm and prevents the formation of fine lines.
The diamond peel process will also minimize the appearance of acne scars, stretch marks, and pigmentations.
The pores are also tightened and blackheads will be removed.
Improves Skin Conditions
It will also prevent skin from being oily, leaving it clear, smooth and young-looking.
After Care for Diamond Peeling
After a diamond peel, your skin may feel tight and dry, so keep your skin well-hydrated with a quality moisturizer. Also, avoid extended sun exposure for five to seven days after treatment, and wear an SPF 30 sunblock when outside.
Many people notice an improvement in their skin after two or three sessions. However, for best results, schedule a series of six to ten treatments—one every two to three weeks. After the initial series, you can scale down to a session every one to three months to maintain the results.
It is not recommended if the skin has any recent scars or has passed by some type of surgery in the region.