Dermaplaning: The New Darling for many who want to Turbo their Skin Health
Is your skin looking a little dull? Every day, you’re exposed to pollutants, irritants, and UV radiation from the sun, all of which can harm your skin’s top layer. All of that damage increases.
Fortunately, Dermaplaning can help you remove that damaged top layer and reveal your fresh skin cells.
Why go through the hassle of shaving your face in the first place? And won’t the facial hair regrow in an unusual way, resulting in a full beard? These are the two most often asked questions.
The “hair” that Dermaplaning removes is actually your peach fuzz, also known as vellus hair, and it won’t grow back darker or thicker. This is because Dermaplaning removes hair follicles but does not change them.
Let’s Talk About What Dermaplaning is:
Dermaplaning, also known as Microplaning or Blading, is a physical exfoliation treatment that scrapes dead skin cells away from the skin’s surface and eliminates peach fuzz hair and fine facial hair. A 10-inch surgical scalpel, which curves into a sharp tip and is designed to be used on clean, dry skin.
The goal is to balance out the skin texture and give the face a healthy glow.
Your skin will appear smoother and brighter after a Dermaplaning session. If you have dull, dry, or sun-damaged skin, this treatment is extremely effective. It can also help with the elimination of fine wrinkles and acne scarring.
Is shaving off hair from the face really good for the skin?
Yes! Our aestheticians use an exfoliating blade to scrape dead skin cells and hair off your face during a Dermaplaning treatment. It resembles a razor for body hair, however there is only one sterile blade instead of several blades. The aesthetician will gently scrape your skin for 30 minutes while exfoliating it, then soothe it with aloe or some similar product.
During the session, you will not experience any discomfort. In fact, it’s quite relaxing! It doesn’t require any downtime, making it one of the more convenient medspa skin treatments.
The procedure is painless, while certain side effects are possible. In the hours following treatment, some patients have experienced minor redness or skin irritation, which clears up within a few days. However, the majority of people do not have this experience.
What are the advantages of Dermaplaning, though? We’re so glad you asked!
Getting the Best results from Dermaplaning:
Aside from the noticeable hair removal benefit, Dermaplaning has a number of other perks for its users. To begin, gentle scraping of the skin’s surface acts as a physical exfoliator, eliminating both dead skin and hair. Dead skin, dirt, and oil can clog pores, resulting in severe outbreaks, which brings us to the second benefit: hairless skin is among the cleanest.
After Dermaplaning, your skin will be cleaner because there will be no hair to trap dirt, oil, and other dirt on your face, preventing future breakouts and allowing other products to penetrate deeper into the skin.
Is Dermaplaning Good for All Skin types?
In theory, yes. Dermaplaning works best if you take proper care of your skin both before and after the procedure. Significant UV damage, such as sunburn, can compromise the treatment and make it a painful experience for you. If you have an active acne flare-up, you may need to reschedule your visit because the process of Dermaplaning can actually end up overstimulating the skin and worsening existing breakouts.
After treatment, it’s a good idea to avoid sun exposure as much as possible. The results of Dermaplaning might be reversed by exposure to the sun, or pigment blotches can appear on newly exposed skin cells. In the weeks following a Dermaplaning procedure, don’t leave the house without sunscreen.
Is Dermaplaning the same as Dermabrasion?
People frequently mix up these two treatments or believe they are interchangeable, but they are, in fact, two completely different techniques with different results. So, if you genuinely want Dermaplaning, don’t ask for Dermabrasion. Dermaplaning, as we all know, is a rapid, painless, and no-downtime procedure that removes hair and dead skin from the surface of your face. Dermabrasion, on the other hand, uses micro-crystals and suction to create a mechanical exfoliation that is rather harsh on the skin.
Dermaplaning has some myths..
Unfortunately, there are a lot of misconceptions out there for patients and customers, making Dermaplaning sound like a nightmare. So we chose 3 of the most frequent myths to debunk and set your mind at ease.
- Your Peach Fuzz Will Grow Back Darker: This is by far the most common misconception we see when it comes to Dermaplaning and shaving in general. Many people believe that shaving our legs and underarms causes the hair to grow back darker and thicker than before, creating a fear of thick and unattractive hair. Let’s put an end to this rumour once and for all. It is impossible for hairs to regrow thicker just because you shaved them.
- It Will Cause Breakouts: As previously stated, Dermaplaning should not be used to treat acne on any skin with active acne. It is, however, quite effective in reducing outbreaks. Dermaplaning prevents dead skin from becoming stuck inside your pores, causing infection and acne, by removing it from the surface of your face. Making it simpler for acne treatments and serums to penetrate deeper into your skin by removing dirt and debris, which helps prevent future acne.
- It Hurts: As we mentioned before, Dermaplaning is almost painless.The procedure is pretty similar to shaving, but some irritation may occur afterward, which may cause mild pain. However, when compared to other hair removal treatments like waxing, threading, and sugaring, Dermaplaning feels more like a pleasant tickling or brushing sensation rather than a painful sensation.
Ready for Dermaplaning?
Trying a new skin treatment can be unnerving at times, but in the case of Dermaplaning, the risk is well worth it. Based on our aestheticians’ experience with a variety of aesthetic treatments, they strongly advise clients to try Dermaplaning at least once, so they can see the results right away.
“It’s impossible to deny how fantastic Dermaplaning is once you see it in action right before your eyes.” – Nurse Narmin
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