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Diamond Glow® original name "Dermalinfusion" emerged in the field of dermatology and medical aesthetics in 1999 as a medical device and skin care leader with a strong culture in innovation and a solid reputation for clinically-backed, scientifically-proven products.


Diamond Glow offers a diverse portfolio of advanced aesthetic solutions designed to achieve exceptional skin health and appearance. Leveraging innovative and proprietary patented technologies, Envy Medical's results-oriented, non-invasive skin rejuvenation therapies and targeted skincare products deliver a myriad of therapeutic and aesthetic benefits to improve all skin concerns.


INTEGRATIVE SKIN THERAPY Diamond Glow ® Skin Therapy delivers on the promise of exceptional skin health and appearance through a continuum of all-inclusive in-office procedures and at-home skincare to address hyperpigmentation, aging, acne and many other skin concerns. Skin and Body Lab has perfected this approach with Diamond Glow®, a patented skin-resurfacing treatment that simultaneously exfoliates, extracts, and infuses condition-specific serums.


The results of Diamond Glow are extended and enhanced by patented and technologically advanced skin care products containing highly effective skin-perfecting ingredients.

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You may refer to them as dark spots, age spots, or sun spots, but they are professionally known as Hyperpigmentation. Whenever skin is exposed to the sun, UV rays trigger melanocytes to produce more pigment to protect skin from DNA damage. UV rays penetrate the skin down to the deepest layers. This results in a reddening, “tanning” and/or darkening of skin. Excessive or repeated sun exposure overwhelms then damages the body’s pigment-producing process, and the result is sun spots, wrinkles, and even skin cancer.

The overproduction of melanin is primarily triggered by exposure to UV rays, but can also result from hormone fluctuations and skin trauma, such as surgery, pregnancy, or post-acne lesions resulting in Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH).


Cellular turnover describes how quickly skin produces new cells, or how quickly new skin cells move from the deepest layers to the top layers of skin. Slowed cellular turnover is triggered by a decrease in collagen synthesis and elastin (the building blocks of healthy, taught skin), which leads to a loss of skin vibrancy, lift, elasticity, and firmness. The natural aging process causes this decrease in collagen and elastin. When we are babies, cellular turnover can happen in as little as two weeks. That’s why a baby’s skin looks plump, radiant, and wrinkle free. As we age, cellular turnover slows and can take anywhere from 45 to 90 days to renew.

But, it’s not just the natural aging process that slows cellular turnover. Lifestyle choices like smoking, or spending too much time in the sun, can cause cellular turnover to slow a lot earlier than our genetics would determine.



Modern living causes our skin and body to face an unavoidable onslaught of oxidative stress around the clock. Oxidative stress is what happens when the production of free radicals exceeds the body’s ability to detoxify itself of the free radicals.