What Is A Microinfusion Treatment
A microinfusion treatment uses a stamping device with hairlike needles that puncture the skin to deposit a special formula of powerhouse ingredients. The cocktail may include botulinum toxin (aka Botox), fillers, and antioxidants. While Botox and fillers are traditionally injected more deeply into the skin’s surface, microinfusions deliver these ingredients only at a superficial level. Since the effects are less pronounced, microinfusions can be a good entry point for anyone new to
or considering injectables. The microinfusion process has an immediate positive impact on the skin. The reason it reacts so quickly is that the hollow needles are filled with a vitamin-rich concoction that is directly “stamped” into the skin. The procedure itself only lasts for approximately 10-minutes overall. Although it’s a strange feeling, it’s not a painful experience.