Dermaplaning

How does Dermaplaning work?

Dermaplaning uses a sterile disposable medical blade to gently scrape away the superficial layers of dead skin cells. The benefits are much smoother skin, your  makeup will look flawless; Dermaplaning willl removal of soft facial hair that traps dirt and oil, this will promote better skin health. Skincare products or other treatments are more effective as products are able to penetrate the skin more deeply.

Dermaplaning, is a simple shaving of the epidermis                                    .

 

 

Dermaplaning is most often used on clients with rough, dry skin, mild acne scarring, or fine lines and wrinkles. The treatment results in a more refined, smooth, “glowing” appearance.

What does the treatment involve?

All makeup is removed with a gentle cleanse. The skin is then cleaned of any surface oil with a skin preparation solution with a sterex solution to ensure the skin has been cleaned thoroughly.  Your practitioner then gently moves the blade at a 45 degree angle back and forth over small sections of skin a number of times. The practitioner will then move onto a new section until the whole face is treated. After removing surface dead skin layers with the blade,  the skin will be loose of any remnants of debris. This can feel a little tingly but is not uncomfortable or unpleasant.

It is also a first choice for clients who have excess vellus hair on the skin. This hair often causes a buildup of dirt and oils in the follicles, so removing the hair gives the patient healthier looking skin.

Although merely an old wives’ tale, many patients are often concerned that the hair will grow back heavier and darker after dermaplaning. This is not the case. As long as the hair is superficial vellus hair, it will grow back at the same rate and texture as before the treatment.

Because dermaplaning is a quick procedure with few to no adverse effects, it has quickly gained popularity among cosmetic medical providers across the country. Using a scalpel and a delicate touch, the provider simply abrades the surface of the skin using light feathering strokes.

 What can be treated with Dermaplane?

Someone who want fresh new skin to allow the skin to breath again

Fine lines and wrinkles

Dull, tired skin

Blocked pores

Because dermaplaning is a quick procedure with few to no adverse effects, it has quickly gained popularity among cosmetic medical providers across the country. Using a scalpel and a delicate touch, the provider simply abrades the surface of the skin using light feathering strokes.