Dermaplaning is a recent trend in cosmetic procedures for skin rejuvenation. Many salons sell it as part of a kit with their facials, offering outstanding results and changes in both the appearance and feel of your skin. It’s celebrated as the best and quickest way to refresh your look without the use of chemicals or intrusive cosmetic procedures. Is it, however, as good as it sounds? Is it hazardous? Are there any negative consequences? And, most significantly, is the hype justified? We understand that you have concerns, and we have the answers. All you need to know about dermaplaning is right here.
What Is Dermaplaning and How Does It Work?
Dermaplaning is a relatively simple skin treatment that involves scraping away a thin layer of dead skin cells and hairs from the face with a blade or scalpel. It’s close to saving, but it’s done by a specialist who knows how to apply the correct amount of pressure to extract “peach fuzz” and dead skin cells while never cracking the skin’s surface and preventing cuts. It’s painless and takes just a few minutes.
How long does it take to dermaplane?
Dermaplaning is a simple procedure that takes about 10 minutes. As a result, only a few places offer it on its own. Dermaplaning is more often provided as an add-on to a facial. The aim is to do this before the facial so that once the dead skin cells are removed, the skin underneath can better absorb all of the creams and serums, making the facial even more successful.
What Are the Advantages of Dermaplaning?
Dermaplaning is supposed to make your skin super soft and plump, remove excess facial hair and peach fuzz painlessly, even out your skin texture and overall complexion, make beauty products more convenient, and make your makeup glide on super smoothly for an airbrushed look. What’s not to like about that?