Do you have a dull, lifeless complexion? If so, you’re not alone as this is a common beauty complaint among women. If you wish your face was brighter, more reflective and youthful-looking, dermaplaning may be a great option.
This state-of-the-art treatment removes old, dead skin cells and fine facial hair to reveal a beautiful radiance. Movie stars love dermaplaning because it gets rid of their “peach fuzz” and allows them to look their best in front of the camera. Makeup and tinted moisturizers glide over the skin and don’t get trapped in dry, dead skin or by fine hairs. Let’s dive deeper into how
How Dermaplaning Works
During a dermaplaning treatment, one of our expert providers uses a special stainless-steel scalpel across your skin to remove any dead skin cells, oil, and dirt. Dermaplaning is followed by a gentle, relaxing “micropeel” to further make the skin glow. Post peel a moisturizing sunscreen is applied and you’re good to go. It’s an exfoliation treatment that allows for skincare products to be better absorbed by your skin over the next few weeks and it creates a smooth canvas for makeup application.
You can apply makeup (or look great without) and return to work and your daily activities immediately after treatment because there is no downtime.
Dermaplaning with micropeel is a great option if you’re longing for a brighter, healthier complexion. It can also be performed without a peel if you’re pregnant and avoiding peeling agents but long for exfoliation and glow. Dermaplaning is excellent if you have rough, dry, dull or aging skin. Our dermatologists do not recommend dermaplaning, however, if you have active or cystic acne, thick or coarse facial hair, psoriasis or eczema in the treatment area.