Important Things To Know About Dermaplaning

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Dermaplaning is a treatment option that you should consider if you have been chasing youthful and glowing skin with endless  amounts of  scrubs, serums and peels without seeing any meaningful results. If  you have never heard of this treatment before or are not too sure what it can do,  you are in the right place.

First of all, you need to know that dermaplaning  is a deep exfoliation treatment. It  can be compared to  microdermabrasion in the sense that  both of them aim towards removing the top-most  layer of skin cells from the face in order to reveal a new layer of skin. However, unlike the traditional exfoliation  technique, dermaplaning plainly addresses the problem of dull skin cells  with the use of a surgical scalpel to scrape off that top layer.

The benefits of dermaplaning are many. It is the simplest, quickest as well as least invasive treatment that you can get at any med spa.  Among the reasons why a lot of people are for it are because it is painless and totally non-invasive.  Among the benefits that you will get from it include renewed complexion,  smoother and more evenly toned skin, deeper product penetration for creams and serums, removal of peach fuzz, removal of dead, pore-clogging skin, reduced acne scarring, smoother make-up application as well as minimized fine lines.

It is important to know what to do after dermaplaning. After the treatment is done, your skin will be vulnerable. Your skin will be sensitive for at least three days after the treatment. Among the things that you should do include avoiding direct sun exposure for at least three days, avoiding extreme heat for at least three days, avoiding chlorine for at least a week, and ensuring that you use sunscreen.

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