It all started about 8 years ago when Envy Medical founder, Ken Karasiuk conceived of an entirely new way to approach medical skincare. That idea led to SilkPeel Dermalinfusion, using the highest quality diamond-assisted microdermabrasion, within a patented closed vacuum loop that infuses topical solutions (ProInfusions) below the surface of the skin by using pneumatic pressure. The first SilkPeel Dermalinfusion was performed in a Physician’s office in 2004. Today Dermalinfusion represents a gold-standard of skin care in the finest medical offices and medical spas across the United States and around the world. The list of qualified SilkPeel offices is growing by the
day, and the entire Envy team is there every step of the way, developing new Proinfusion solutions and techniques for treating an increases number of skin conditions.
In fact, Envy entered a new era in March of 2010, by bringing a new peptide skin therapy to the world, known as Lumixyl. The breakthrough technology behind Lumixyl is a new peptide (a short chain of amino acids) known as Decapeptide-12, which was discovered by Dr. Basil Hantash MD, Ph.D., and a team of Stanford dermatologists. Lumixyl represents effective skin brightening without the irritation associated with other physician therapies such as hydroquinone or Kojic Acid. The Lumixyl peptide is shown to be effective in clinical studies published in the highly respected medical journals, including the Journal of Investigative Dermatology (August 2009 issue), and the Journal of Drugs in Dermatology (August 2009 issue).
You deserve the best skin possible.
Lumixyl now represents a comprehensive skin care system you can get from your doctor or skincare professional and take home for daily care. Known as the Lumixyl Topical Brightening System, it is now a featured standard of skin care in aesthetic medical offices (dermatologists and plastic surgeons) throughout North America, the UK, Japan, China and a growing number of countries around the world.
SilkPeel continues to be the only true dermalinfusion device – and the only in office procedure that can deliver the Lumixyl Brightening Solution. There are pretenders, that are designed as Dermalinfusion counterfeits. However they really just drip their solutions onto the surface of the skin – they don’t infuse it into the skin with pneumatic pressure, and they don’t have Lumixyl. So don’t be fooled. Whether you are treating hyperpigmentation, melasma, acne, photo-damage or fine-line wrinkles, make sure you ask for a SilkPeel.
To find a skincare professional near you, click on “Skincare Concerns” from the main envymedical.com home page, and select “Find A Doctor”
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Curtis A. Cluff
Chief Executive Officer
Envy Medical, Inc