Service Spotlight July 2022: Dermaplaning
Smooth, supple skin is a dermaplane away! This treatment removes fine vellus hair, commonly known as “peach fuzz” while also providing gentle exfoliation to the skin with no downtime. A wonderful treatment for revealing a glowing complexion.
How does it work?
Dermaplaning treatments are performed using tools that look like razors or scalpels you might use on your body. Similar to shaving, dermaplaning involves removing dead skin cells and hair from the top layer of your skin. You can remove dead cells, scar tissue, and other debris from your skin's surface by gently dragging a sterile blade across it at an angle. The harsh environment, irritants, and sun damage that your skin is exposed to every day lead to skin damage. As a result, you may look older and your skin may appear dull. A dermaplane rids your skin of damaged skin cells so that you can see newer, healthy skin cells, and helps the new skin come to the surface creating a more youthful and glowing complexion.
List of benefits:
Helps reduce wrinkles.
Removes dead skin.
Removes hair and peach fuzz.
Makes putting on cosmetics easier.
More radiant skin.
Creates new skin cell growth.
What to expect?
We recommend that you avoid direct sun exposure for two to three days after getting dermaplaning. You should also wear sunscreen with at least an SPF 30 to help avoid irritation. Getting dermaplaning done is a low-risk procedure that effectively exfoliates your skin. After your dermaplane wait three to four weeks before your next treatment. If you have very sensitive skin you may want to wait longer.