Dermaplaning is a simple and safe procedure for deep exfoliation of the
epidermis. Additional benefits of Dermaplaning are ridding the skin of
fine vellus hair (peach fuzz), smoothing the skins surface and increasing
your product penetration.
What Does a Dermaplaning procedure involve?
- You fill out a brief medical history, which a Para-Medical Esthetician
- The skin is cleansed to remove makeup and debris.
- Degreaser will be applied to the skin to remove all excess oil.
- The Dermaplane is performed.
- Moisturizer and Sunblock is applied
Frequently Asked Questions
What Is Dermaplaning?
Dermaplaning is a simple and safe procedure for deep exfoliation the epidermis.
An added benefit of this procedure is ridding the skin of fine vellus
hair (peach fuzz). Dermaplaning is most often used on patients with rough
or dry skin, superficial hyperpigmentation, mild acne scarring, or fine
lines and wrinkles. The treatment results in a more refined, smooth, “glowing”
appearance. All skin types, even the most sensitive skin types such as
clients with Rosacea can benefit from Dermaplaning.
Who Can Perform Dermaplaning?
A licensed esthetician who has been professionally trained can perform
Once The Vellus Hair Is Removed Will It Grow Back Thicker?
No, this is physiologically impossible. The soft, fine vellus hair will
grow back slowly, usually in about 4 weeks. There are two types of hair
that grow on our bodies; Vellus hair is the thin, fine, soft hair that
typically covers the entire body, terminal hair is the course hair that
grows on the head, face in men, under arms, legs and pubic areas. Dermaplaning,
laser, or any other depilatory form of hair removal cannot alter the type
of hair grown in any given area.
Can Dermaplaning Cause The Skin To Bleed?
Scraping, nicks, and small cuts in the skin are possible, but rare, and
can cause slight bleeding like that of a paper cut. It is very important
to have a licensed esthetician who is properly trained to perform the
treatment in a medical spa.
What Areas Can Be Treated?
Dermaplaning is performed on the face only. You should not Dermaplane
the eyelids, nose, or chest.
How Often Can This Procedure Be Performed?
Dermaplaning can be performed every 3 to 4 weeks for maintenance and proper
skin exfoliation. For correction of acne scars, fine lines and wrinkles,
and skin rejuvenation purposes, it may be performed at a closer interval.
Can Dermaplaning Be Performed With A Chemical Peel?
Yes. Dermaplaning is an excellent way to prep the skin for a chemical peel.
Does The Skin Actually Peel From Dermaplaning?
No. When Dermaplaning is performed as prep for a chemical peel the visible
exfoliation that the client sees will be as a result of the peel used
in the treatment.
Who Can Be Treated?
All skin types, even the most sensitive skin types such as clients with
Rosacea can benefit from Dermaplaning. Men can be treated on non-beard
Who Cannot Be Treated?
Clients with active acne outbreaks or cold sores should not be treated
until lesions are healed. Dermaplaning is great for diminishing acne scars
but should not be performed during active outbreaks. Clients with bleeding
disorders or difficulty clotting should not be treated. Clients with diabetes
not under control by diet or medication should not be treated. Clients
undergoing cancer treatment should also not be treated.
Is There Any Downtime After Dermaplaning?
No, that's one of the benefits. The skin instantly has a healthier
glow and feels amazingly soft, plus makeup glides on effortlessly for
a flawless finish. This is a must have procedure before an important event!
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