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Advanced Nano Infusion

The Future of Beauty is Here!

What is Nano Infusion?


Nano Infusion uses a professional grade, state of the art wand featuring nano-technology to address a variety of skincare concerns including fine lines, wrinkles, blemishes, etc.  This unique device uses a disposable, single use cartridge containing a specially designed silicon chip. Not only will you achieve great results, Rezenerate is painless and non-invasive like similar medical procedures.

What does Nano Infusion Do?

The Nano Infusion silicon chip creates millions of microscopic channels in the uppermost layers of the skin, thereby making it ultra-absorbent for product penetration.  It is important to note that when the skin is conditioned, topically applied serums will absorb 7 to 10 times more effectively resulting in an acceleration of desired results.


  • Increases product absorption and efficacy

  • Reduces fine lines and wrinkles instantly

  • Improves sun damage and blemishes

  • Gives a delayed, yet gentle micro peel

  • Can be safely used around the eyes and even on the lips


Who can benefit most from a Nano Infusion Facial?

Those who desire an enhanced delivery system to achieve even more from their professional skincare products and can benefit from quick results with little downtime.


What to expect after a Nano Infusion Facial?

Days 0-2

Instant reduction in fine lines and wrinkles, tighter, firmer skin and a radiant glow for the next 48 hours


Days 3-5

You may experience more dryness than normal as the gentle, delayed micro peel takes place


Days 5-7

Tighter, more evenly toned skin is visible as a new, fresh layer of skin surfaces


A series of 4-6 Nano Infusion Facials is recommended over the course of 2-3 months for maximum results in conjunction with professional skincare products.  Nano Infusion Facials performed in a series will be done at 2 week intervals. After the completion of a series, monthly treatments can be done for maintenance.


Who is not a candidate for Nano Infusion Facials?


  • Nursing or pregnant women

  • Undiagnosed lesions or skin infections

  • Recent herpes outbreaks

  • Severe Rosacea

  • Scars less than 6 months old

  • Severe solar keratosis

  • Psoriasis

  • Diabetics or other auto-immune system disorders

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