What Is Dermaplaning?

What Is Dermaplaning?

As you age your skin gets rougher and stiffer with time. You start realizing that you won’t remain young forever and so you think about the ways to feel the glow which you once felt in your twenties.

WHAT IS DERMAPLANING?

Dermaplaning is a method to achieve that youthful skin: skin that is free from pesky little hairs, healthy and with restored vitality. “Dermaplaning will help reduce the appearance of acne scars, remove peach fuzz and leave the skin smooth and glowing, plus there is no recovery time. You have the procedure and are ready to return to your day.” 

PROCEDURE

Through dermaplaning, your skin is physically exfoliated. This is done through a sterile surgical instrument, which is used to gently “shave off” the surface of the skin.When the top most layer is removed (along with fine vellus hair), your skin gets a reaction of regenerating a finer layer. Each session takes about thirty minutes! Dermaplaning can scheduled on its own or in conjunction with a facial! “Dermplaning is recommended every three to four weeks…each time you get deramplaned, you’re removing about two to three weeks worth of dead skin cells.”

ONLY THE FACE

What is important to know is that dermaplaning should only be performed on face. DO NOT shape eye brows as they are made up of ‘terminal’ and not ‘vellus hair’. The nose is also avoided in dermaplaning.

WHO CAN BENEFIT?

Dermaplaning is most effective for people who have either dry or rough skin. As these skin types are most likely to receive acne scarring and uneven skin tones, the regular removal of debris from a surgical scalpel enhances the production of younger skin overtime. Mature people too can benefit from dermaplaning. The skin procedure is also safe for pregnant and lactating mothers.

BENEFITS OF DERMAPLANING

The greatest benefit is the regeneration of younger skin, which is a blessing in old age and the best part is that vellus hair will not grow thicker or darker if you undergo a dermaplaning procedure. If vellus hair isn’t an issue for you: you can also go for microdermabrasion.

WHO SHOULDN’T GO FOR DERMAPLANING

· People will excessive facial hair
· People having intense oily skin
· People having an active acne skin issues.

AN IMPORTANT THING TO KNOW

The intricate procedure of dermaplaning requires technical strokes, masterfully executed in particular patterns. Dermaplaning is not a self-performed service and it should never be performed at home. The surgical procedure demand hands of an experienced professional like our dermaplaning specialist at Currie Hair, Skin and Nails Justison Landing in Wilmington, DE.

1 Comment

  • Carol Leyman Posted February 11, 2019 4:57 pm

    Is this only performed at the Delaware location?

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