Exfoliation is an important part of any skin care regimen, and dermaplaning is one of the most effective exfoliation techniques.
Dull complexion, acne, and other skin problems often begin with dead skin cells, oils and dirt that accumulate on the surface of the skin. Daily exfoliation at home is a good way to reduce these impurities from the skin, but it may not be enough. Dermaplaning is a more intensive method of exfoliation, and we recommend periodic treatments to keep your skin healthy and beautiful.
Benefits of Dermaplaning
- May reduce fine lines and wrinkles
- Gives skin a radiant glow
- Improves circulation
- Removes peach fuzz
- Enhances absorption of skin care products
- May be performed prior to chemical peels and other treatments
- Appropriate for pregnant women who cannot have chemical peels and laser treatments
Experience with Dermaplaning
Dermaplaning is a relatively simple procedure that involves removing the outermost layer of skin, but it needs to be performed with precision. Going too deep may cause unwanted side effects and damage the skin. We will help you feel comfortable during the procedure and confident in the results.
What is Dermaplaning?
Removing the outer layer of skin to address wrinkles, hyperpigmentation and other flaws can be accomplished in many ways. Dermaplaning is one of the most traditional techniques, and we are proud to be able to offer it to our patients. Dermaplaning may be used as an alternative to chemical peels and laser treatments, or it can prepare the skin for these types of procedures.
What Happens During Dermaplaning Treatments?
Dermaplaning is a manual exfoliation process. A scalpel is placed against the skin at a specific angle so as to remove the outermost layers, as well as the soft peach fuzz hair. The scalpel is gently pulled across the skin using short, quick strokes.
You should inform us of any skin conditions, allergies, or other problems that you have so that he can ensure that you are a good candidate for dermaplaning.
How Long is the Recovery from Dermaplaning?
No downtime is required after a dermaplaning treatment. You may want to allow your skin to rest for the first day before applying cosmetics. We recommend that you consider using some of our medical grade skin care products to keep your skin healthy after the treatment.
How Much Does Dermaplaning Cost?
A consultation is great way to learn more about our dermaplaning treatment, and it is the best time for us to discuss the cost with you. We do offer financing options for qualified patients, and you can apply before the consultation so that you have a budget in mind.