This might be a question you’ve been asking yourself for a while. You might be wondering what the benefits are or what makes this treatment different than some other options. Or hey, perhaps you just want to know what the heck DermaSound is!
Well, we’re here to give you all of the answers you need so that you can see if this is the right option for you. We know it can be tough sifting through the nearly endless scroll of skincare and treatment options floating around, and hearing about an option that uses sound can be pretty strange. However, DermaSound is FDA approved and does produce results.
First things first, let’s explain exactly what is going on when you get your DermaSound treatment. DermSound uses water and low-frequency sound waves to penetrate deep layers of the skin. These sound waves aren’t loud, though; they are actually silent. This process heats the tissue and creates micro-injuries that jumpstart your body’s healing mechanisms. What does this do? Well, it ramps up your collagen production for smoother, healthier skin. It’s a completely non-invasive procedure that helps repair skin cells and create younger-looking and acting skin.
The primary outcome you can expect is tighter skin. While this treatment isn’t as promising as something more invasive like a facelift, it is an effective way to create more youthful skin.
You may be asking yourself how this treatment option is any different than other non-invasive methods? Don’t worry; you’re not alone here. Many others just like you want to know what makes DermaSound any different, better, or simply more effective for specific skin issues.
It all comes down to the way DermaSound works. Because this method penetrates deep layers of skin, it works a bit differently. Other procedures like lasers or alternative microcurrents don’t make it past the superficial later of skin, and sometimes don’t reach areas that are causing problems. DermaSound is precise and focused. It’s delivered to the specified location and depth. Plus, the treatment doesn’t negatively affect the surrounding area or tissues, which also contributes to its minimal downtime.
You can also use DermaSound alongside other treatments for even better results.
DermaSound can improve a wide variety of skin conditions by promoting healthy cell turnover and collagen growth. It’s a sort of “super exfoliator” that works extremely well for creating youthful skin. But some of you may have specific issues that you’re looking to combat. Here are some of the top conditions that DermaSound can improve.
Microjet frequencies shoot water molecules across your skin to remove pesky layers of dead skin. The currents that are applied to your skin also help eliminate waste from your cells, along with clearing pathways for healthy nutrients to benefit your skin cells. The science behind DermaSound is pretty cool stuff.
DermaSound also helps stimulate blood flow while performing exfoliating work. It’s a great non-invasive way to overall benefit your skin. It also helps with age spots, wrinkles, and fine lines by tightening up areas of the face.
Side effects for ultrasound facials like DermaSound aren’t too severe. Studies state that you could face redness, bruising, swelling, and some pain during the treatment. Most of the time, pain or discomfort is only felt during the treatment and doesn’t last. The intensity of the treatment will depend on the individual. So, while one person may experience no discomfort, another may feel a lot.
DermaSound uses low intensity and low-frequency waves, which means that it doesn’t penetrate as deep as other ultrasound therapies. Discomfort levels with DermaSound are far less than alternative methods.
Well, what do you think? Did your curiosity get the best of you? If so, there’s no time like the present. DermaSound is a great way to improve your skin’s health with awesome, non-invasive technologies. Get rid of acne or dark spots. Take care of acne scarring or jumpstart your face’s skin cells for tighter and younger skin.
Here at SpaMD, we’ll take care of all your needs. Our assessment will answer any of your questions, and we’ll make sure that DermaSound is right for you. We’ll also see if any other treatments could pair well with DermaSound for a more robust treatment solution. Contact us today for a free consultation.