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Dermaplaning: Revitalize Your Face

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What if we told you that there’s a non-invasive skin treatment exfoliation procedure that can provide you with a fresh new face, and, amazingly, it offers immediate results and requires little-to-no downtime? Does that sound interesting to you? Dermaplaning is a procedure that is quick and entirely painless, performed without the use of chemicals.

What is Dermaplaning?

Dermaplaning is a gentle exfoliating treatment that involves carefully removing the top layer of dead skin cells and very fine facial hairs. This typically uses a specialized blade or tool instead of a razor, and is often performed by trained professionals like estheticians or dermatologists.

It is a terrific procedure, but not permanent. The skin is continually growing; long-term skin maintenance is vitally important to keeping the skin on your face looking and feeling healthy.

The procedure is entirely painless with no side effects, little to no downtime afterward, immediate results, and the minimal cost.

How does it work?

By carefully removing the top layer of dead skin cells and very fine facial hairs, the skin beneath is fresh, and free of hairs and dry skin that may have caused uneven skin tones and textures.

Other possible improvements to the skin’s surface include a reduction of acne scars and the diminishment of those troublesome fine lines and wrinkles. The procedure works on ALL skin types, so anyone can benefit. Skin care products are much more effective following a dermaplaning procedure, because there is no barrier (peach fuzz and dry skin cells) to block the absorption of moisturizers, etc.

Frequently Asked Questions

Typically, the face and a portion of the neck are the most commonly treated areas
Dermaplaning treatments start at $100 and range up to $225 depending on what the dermaplaning is paired with.

Dermaplaning works on nearly every skin type, including those with sensitive skin and or rosacea. An ideal dermaplaning candidate is someone who has vellus hair, uneven skin tone, or premature wrinkles and or scarring. Dermaplaning is not ideal for those with acne-prone skin as the fine facial hairs it removes are necessary for excreting the oils of the skin.

With Dermaplaning, you can fight back, removing the buildup, leaving the skin fresher more youthful. The result? Smoother skin reduced fine lines and wrinkles and less noticeable acne scars, with an instant impact.

Before your treatment, you’ll want to avoid acne flare-ups and sun damage as those can hurt the surface of your skin and make the treatment painful. Consult with the technician pre-treatment about your skin type, skin pigment, and the results you’re hoping for.

The results of dermaplaning will last up to 3 weeks, and the procedure can be repeated every 4 weeks. Dermaplaning works great to smooth the surface of the skin, remove dead skin cells, and build up, as well as lessen the look of fine lines and wrinkles. Dermaplaning is an amazing way to keep your skin looking youthful, even, and bright.

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