This exfoliating treatment is the solution for smooth, fuzz-free skin, especially for those with more sensitive skin. Dermaplaning uses a blunt-tipped blade to gently and painlessly remove dead skin cells and fine facial hair—leaving you with your freshest, smoothest face possible.
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Could I benefit from Dermaplaning?
Dermaplaning can instantly help correct pigmentation concerns and provide a smoother, more youthful glow. This treatment leaves skin smooth and soft so makeup glides on effortlessly for a flawless finish. It’s an excellent choice for an important social event or television appearance.
How does Dermaplaning work?
Dermaplaning is a simple procedure for exfoliating the outer layer of skin and removing vellus hair (fine facial hair). Dermaplaning uses a specialized surgical blade and glides it over the skin to safely remove the dead surface skin cells and wispy facial hair. After the procedure, moisturizer will be applied. This treatment instantly leaves the skin looking healthy and feeling smooth and soft. and makeup glides on effortlessly for a flawless finish.
(If you’re wondering whether or not your vellus hair will grow back thicker, the answer is no! The soft, fine, vellus hair will grow back slowly with no change. This process takes approximately four weeks, depending on the person.)
What is the treatment series?
Dermaplaning can take place every three to four weeks. A normal skin cycle is approximately 21-30 days. This removes about two to three weeks worth of dead skin cells.
This treatment can be used in rotation with chemical peels and microdermabrasion. We can combine prescriptive acids and nutrient dense products for an unparalleled outcome of soft, smooth skin that is free from stubborn facial fuzz.
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