Do you want to know what celebrities are doing this year to look their best for red carpet events like the Academy Awards? Nobody knows better than Hollywood Dermatologist, Dr. Rebecca Fitzgerald. She was on the popular culture news program Entertainment Tonight with Nancy O’Dell and Mark Stienes, discussing the “secret procedures” for the stars that only take minutes to do, and give them a sparkle and shine for the cameras:
Number one on her list of Celebrity requests was the SilkPeel Dermalinfusion. A SilkPeel facial procedure can take as little as 20 minutes to perform and leaves your face softer and more radiant. It is part of what the Entertainment Tonight host introduced as “Pre-Oscar Facial Miracles”.
“It really takes a lot of that dry, dead skin off of the top,” said Dr. Fitzgerald.
Long known for its ability to hydrate and exfoliate tired, dry skin, SilkPeel now also treats hyperpigmentation with the Stanford developed peptide technology as part of an exclusive Lumixyl SilkPeel Procedure that is getting terrific results in brightening skin and helping to fade dark spots caused by the sun, acne, aging and other environmental or hormonal factors.
Other popular SilkPeel procedures include the Antioxidant SilkPeel with Vitamin-C and Hyaluronic Acid, providing an anti-aging skin rejuvenation that hydrates the skin deeply while providing rich antioxidant therapy and improved cellular stimulation for better turnover. For acne prone skin there is the Clarifying SilkPeel with Salicylic Acid, or the powerful new Pore Clarifying System, using a unique focused vacuum handpiece to really target troubling acne areas of the skin.
I know what you are thinking: Celebrities don’t have these kinds of skin problems!! To which I can only reply, “That’s right – and perhaps that’s the best measure of just how good the SilkPeel Dermalinfusion is”.
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About SILKPEEL. SilkPeel is manufactured and marketed by Envy Medical, Inc. Envy is also the exclusive licensor of skin brightening peptides including Lumixyl, developed at Stanford University. The Lumixyl peptide is now also available in a topical solution for SilkPeel procedures, addressing hyperpigmentation and photo-damage. More information can be found at www.envymedical.com or by calling (888) 848-3633.
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