Dermaplaning is an exfoliating procedure that uses a straight-edge blade to effectively remove dead skin cells. This treatment promotes optimal absorption of skincare products and laser therapies, leaving your skin looking brighter and smoother immediately. Whether performed alone or in combination with other therapies, dermaplaning effectively treats fine lines, vellus hairs, and pigmentation irregularities.
- Dull skin
- Uneven skin tone
- Peach fuzz removal
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Before and Afters
Unwanted hair is removed revealing smoother, softer skin underneath.
Peach fuzz is removed, and brighter, smoother skin is revealed!
What can you expect after a Dermaplaning at Skin spa new york?
Dermaplaning removes dead skin and light peach fuzz from your face, revealing physically smoother skin that’s brighter and has a more even texture.
Enhances other treatments
Many individuals choose to combine dermaplaning with other facial treatments to enhance their results and get the skin of their dreams!
Removing soft facial hair
Many people choose to remove peach fuzz from their face with dermaplaning, so their faces are completely smooth and hair-free.
Reducing acne scars and fine lines
Because dermaplaning promotes collagen growth, it can help reduce the appearance of scarring and fine lines.
If you have sensitive skin and are unable to receive facials, dermaplaning is a less irritating option that is more effective than some exfoliants.
More even skin tone
With the removal of dead skin cells, your skin will have a more even tone and texture, providing a smooth base for makeup or fresh-faced looks.
What does dermaplaning do?
Dermaplaning is a maximum exfoliation technique that can remove and reduce the appearance of fine lines, sun spots, dead skin cells, and superfluous hair from your face. This technique utilizes a microblade to skim and scrape these particles and pollutants off in a noninvasive and painless manner.
Who should avoid dermaplaning?
While dermaplaning is considered to be an effective treatment for many skin conditions, it is important to avoid it if you’re currently taking retinoid medications, since these treatments may cause undue irritation and discomfort during the dermaplaning procedure. Dermaplaning should be delayed by three to four days if you’ve recently tanned or used any exfoliating scrubs to allow your skin time to heal.
How does dermaplaning work?
During a dermaplaning treatment, a qualified aesthetician will soothe your skin with a serum that cleans, moisturizes, and prepares your skin for the procedure. Your aesthetician will then scrape a microblade tool at a 45-degree angle across your skin. Afterward, a soothing balm is applied to the skin to both nourish and hydrate it.
This stand-alone treatment will effectively remove peach fuzz, light blemishes, fine lines, and dead skin cells in a quick and painless manner. Many patients report the entire experience is pleasant and relaxing. Dermaplaning can be used with chemical peels depending on your skincare needs, though many patients find the dermaplaning itself is enough to see a difference in the quality of your skin’s texture and appearance.
What can I expect after dermaplaning?
While dermaplaning is by far the least invasive and irritating method for maximum exfoliation, you should take care to apply sunscreen to your face after treatment to ensure you’re protected from UV damage to your new skin layers. Oftentimes, more than one skin treatment can be joined with dermaplaning to increase the benefit that this treatment offers.