Dermaplaning Facial

Dermaplaning is a noninvasive skin care procedure that exfoliates the surface layers of the skin through
the use of a scalpel, and reduces the appearance of deep, pitted acne scars, resulting in a smoother and
more even complexion. Dermaplaning is designed to treat the small, but deep scars that sometimes
result from cystic acne. Gentler versions of dermaplaning are sometimes used as exfoliating or hair-removal treatments

  •  Removes a fine layer of the epidermis and most vellus hair
  •  Improves uneven skin texture
  • Provides a healthier more radiant complexion

Dermaplaning may be an attractive option for those seeking to improve the tone and texture of their skin,
or remove deep scars from acne without the possibility of irritation from chemical peels and the expense
of laser skin resurfacing. Although no treatment can fully eliminate all scars or
flaws, dermaplaning typically produces excellent results
Contraindications of dermaplaning include:

  • Current inflamed acne lesions
  • Skin cancer
  • Active cold sores
  • Uncontrolled diabetes
  • Dermatitis
  • Open skin lesions
  • Use of Accutane currently or in the past six months; and/or
    The use of prescription retinol within a week of treatment

Similar to micro-needling, it is recommended that the procedure be done every 3–4 weeks, which
coincides with a normal skin cycle of approximately 30 days. The results are typically long-lasting.
After the dermaplaning procedure, the skin may be red and swollen. Tingling and aching can be managed
with pain medication prescribed by the doctor. Over the next three months, the patient’s results will
begin to emerge. Since this new skin will be sensitive, it is important to minimize sun exposure during
this time.

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