Microdermabrasion-Like Results in the Toronto Area

Microdermabrasion is an exfoliating treatment that gently removes the outermost layer of skin to give the face a healthy, youthful-looking glow. While it is an effective rejuvenation procedure, you may need to plan for subsequent down time as your skin heals.

Similar to microdermabrasion, SilkPeel Dermalinfusion was chosen by Etobicoke's Kingsway Dermatology & Cosmetic Centre as an ideal alternative, as it is appropriate for all skin types, even those with extra sensitivity.

Want microdermabrasion results and no downtime? Visit Kingsway Dermatology and Cosmetic Centre in Toronto. Schedule a complimentary consultation or call 416–231–0103 to learn more.

SilkPeel Dermalinfusion combines non-invasive wet exfoliation with deep delivery of customized solutions to the skin. Without the use of crystal or chemical exfoliants experienced with traditional microdermabrasion, this treatment is gentler on your skin.

This soothing, exfoliating treatment takes approximately 45 minutes and the ultimate results are a silky smooth skin texture, increased hydration, clarity and a youthful, healthy glow.

This microdermabrasion effect can be chosen as a stand-alone treatment or used in preparation for applying topical creams and serums, as the SilkPeel's effects allow beneficial elements to absorb more readily to generate more vibrant results.

Serums available to treat various skin concerns:

Hyperpigmentation: Lumixyl Solution uses amino acids and peptide technology to improve the appearance of discolouration and achieve a more even tone.

Acne: Clarifying Formula combines salicylic acid and aloe to promote a clear complexion and improve the appearance of cystic and pustule acne.

Dry Skin: Hydration Solution is a nutrient-rich moisturizing formula developed to quench the thirstiest skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and improve overall texture.

Detoxification: Vitamin C Solution is a potent antioxidant formula to brighten, exfoliate and protect skin against photodamage.