Dermaplaning triggers a higher rate of cellular turnover and an increase in the production of
collagen. If you are interested in skincare, you know how important it is to exfoliate your skin on
a regular basis. Exfoliation removes dead skin cells and encourages your skin to produce healthy
new skin cells. This leads to skin that is soft and youthful. One of the best ways to exfoliate your
skin is with dermaplaning.
Minimizes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles,
increases the skin’s ability to absorb products better,
reduces the appearance of hyperpigmentation,
stimulates circulation, and improves hydration.
Dermaplaning is a non-invasive, medical aesthetic procedure that utilizes a manual method of
exfoliation to remove dead skin cells and vellus hair. Also referred to as epidermal leveling,
dermaplaning may instantly help to brighten a dull complexion and improve skin texture and
tone so that your skin looks and feels fresh and radiant.
The procedure is 5 times more efficient at epidermal exfoliation than microdermabrasion and
does not cause superficial irritation. Used by itself or in combination with other treatments such
as facials and chemical peels, dermaplaning is an excellent choice to include in a personalized
treatment plan to improve the health of your skin.
This exfoliation treatment is great for individuals who have all different types of skin. No matter
if you are dealing with dry skin, fine lines, sun damage, or dull skin, you will likely make a great
candidate for this treatment. The only individuals who will likely not qualify for the treatment
are those who have active acne. It is better for these individuals to wait for their complexion to
clear up a bit before they have the treatment performed.
One of the benefits that dermaplaning has over other exfoliation treatments is that the peach fuzz
on your face is removed. Not only does this make your skin feel much softer to the touch, but it
also allows your makeup to glide on in a flawless manner. Your skincare products are also going
to be more effective.
Some individuals are concerned that the peach fuzz and hair on their face is going to grow back
darker and thicker. However, this is not true. At first, you may feel like this is happening simply
because the hair was cut straight across and that causes the hair to have a blunt edge rather than
one that is tapered. As it grows out, it is going to look and feel exactly like it did it before having
the dermaplaning treatment done.
There is absolutely no downtime with this treatment. You can schedule a dermaplaning
appointment during your lunch break and then go right back to work afterward.