February 4, 2021 11:32 am Published by

Let’s welcome in the newest service we are providing here at Complete Laser & Esthetics!

What is Dermaplaning?

Dermaplaning is a cosmetic procedure that involves the epidermis (top layer of skin) and a exfoliating blade.

A certified service provider uses this blade to “skim” across the skin, removing dead skin cells and fair from the face.

By aiming a sterile blade at a 45 degree angle and dragging is slowly across the skin it removes dead cells, scar tissue and other debris that make your skin look less than its best.

What’s the benefit?

Dermaplaning makes the skin surface smooth and youthful. We’d even go as far to say that the skin has a bit of a ‘radiant’ look to it.

The skin is exposed to harsh toxins & irritants in the environment as well as sun damage, causing the skin to appear dull and look older than it should.

It can remove deep scarring from acne and other marks in your skin.

It also removes the “peach fuzz” on your face. Why is this a good thing? Have you ever tried shaving your face? There is A LOT of hair there. For example, this hair interferes with makeup application. There is an obvious difference on the face with product and makeup application after dermaplaning. It goes on and appears smoother.

Who is it good for?

Dermplaning is good for anyone who wants a smoother face, youthful glow or who want a visible difference in acne scars, dull skin, dry skin, sun-damaged skin & wrinkles.

Want to make it even better? Try getting a facial right afterwards. This will help the skin absorb and benefit from the facial more than it would normally.

Is there any downtime?

None! You could even fit it in on your lunch break! You may experience light redness or like the skin has been scraped within the first day or two. Be careful to stay out of the sun, so wear lots of sunscreen.

Does it hurt?


Want to know more? We offer free consultations on all of our services. Give us a call today!

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