Dermaplaning is a safe and effective way of exfoliating the epidermis and removing unwanted vellus hair (peach fuzz) on the face. A light chemical peel is first applied and then your esthetician will abrade the skin with a light feathering touch. The smooth surface that follows a dermaplaning session is perfectly primed for further skin rejuvenation treatments. The results will leave your skin glowing and refreshed!
What is the Difference Between Dermaplaning and Microdermabrasion
The primary difference between dermaplaning and microdermabrasion is that dermaplaning can remove the fine vellus hair in addition to sloughing away rough dulling surface skin cells.
Who is Dermaplaning Good For?
Dermaplaning is a great treatment to offer to those who are pregnant or nursing. Expectant or new moms are not allowed to use peeling agents because of the risk of chemicals being absorbed into the bloodstream, leaving this to be a safe and effective treatment.
It is also a great option for those with sensitive skin looking for a deep exfoliation treatment.
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Whether you receive dermaplaning to diminish signs of aging, fine lines or wrinkles or to treat a skin condition, including hyperpigmentation, dehydration or dryness and acne, treatment goals should be discussed with your esthetician and the appropriate procedure will be chosen to address your concerns.
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