SilkPeel Body: Bikini Line Irritation/PIH

Another common issue for women is experienced after having laser hair removal or waxing their bikini lines.   This is clearly delicate skin to begin with, so these procedures can often cause irritation and post Razerburninflammatory hyperpigmentation (or PIH), which is to say, less-than-attractive bumps, and spots can form in the areas of skin just outside your bikini line.   This is probably not the look you were going for.   Fortunately there is now a way to restore this skin to its soft and supple self.

Your SilkPeel trained professional can apply a set of SilkPeel Body treatments and solutions that are tailored for you specifically. Often, that will include a set of 2 to 4 treatments spaced about 7 to 10 days apart. They will typically use the Hydrating and/or the Lumixyl ProInfusion solution to treat texture, tone and hyperpigmentation. The benefits will come from this patented set of technologies in a way no other procedure can deliver;

– Diamond-grit exfoliation under pneumatic pressure provide the most even and complete exfoliation of this skin and a controlled and non-invasive manner. Don’t worry, a gentle grit is used in this area and it does not hurt at all.

– That same pneumatic pressure will deliver the proinfusion serum into the tissue of the skin where in needs to be to rejuvenate the natural processes of the skin, stimulating healthier skin function.

– Cellular turnover is stimulated bringing more vibrant, even toned skin to the surface faster for a visible improvement within days, if not immediately.

You may experience some redness after the procedure, that will typically fade in less than 30 minutes, but the procedure itself is not painful and you can return to your normal scheduled activities right after the procedure.

To find a SilkPeel MD professional who can help you quickly get bikini beatiful in your area – click here – and make sure you let them know in advance that you are interested in SilkPeel Body for PIH around the bikini lines.

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