A method of exfoliation that consists of using a scalpel to gently scrape off the top layer of dulling dead skin cells in order to reveal a smoother, brighter complexion.
Wondering if you should try dermaplaning versus microdermabrasion? They are both forms of physical exfoliation, but the methods are very different. Microdermabrasion sands and suctions dead skin cells, which also helps to uproot clogged pores around the nose, mouth and chin. Dermaplaning safely scrapes off the top layer of skin, so it is well suited for drier skin types and anyone who wants to get rid of peach fuzz.
Dermaplaning is recommended for all skin types except those with acneic skin. If you have deep cystic acne, wait until breakouts are clear before trying this treatment.
This is a great treatment if you are pregnant or nursing and want exfoliation without the risk of harsh chemicals absorbing into the blood stream and potentially harming your baby.
Add a chemical peel!
Combined Dermaplaning and chemical peel creates an exfoliation procedure that safely and evenly clears away dry, dead, superfluous skin layers and fine vellus hair, and delivers high-strength peel efficacy. Minimizes visible post-peel shedding.
Add a rejuvenating facial!
The Dermaplaning exfoliation and removal of fine vellus hair prepares your skin for maximum absorption of masks, serums and moisturizers.