The latest hot topic in the beauty world is something of a comeback for one of our most popular treatments, Dermaplaning.
What is Dermaplaning?
Dermaplaning, also known as ‘skin scraping’, is a low-key but incredibly effective beauty treatment that involves using a single, surgical-grade blade to remove hair and dead skin cells from the surface of the skin.
What sort of hair does Dermaplaning target?
Take a close look at your skin in the mirror. Do you see those almost invisible baby hairs that mostly live on the cheeks and hair line? That ‘Peach Fuzz’ or ‘Vellus Hair’ as it’s more commonly known, is exactly the hair that Dermaplaning targets. And because Vellus Hair doesn’t grow back stubbly, it’s a safe and effective way to get completely smooth skin.
What are the benefits of Dermaplaning?
The ultimate in facial exfoliation, Dermaplaning improves the surface texture and appearance of the skin, allowing skincare products to penetrate deeper and increase their effectiveness. Your make up will glide on like a dream!
What other benefits does Dermaplaning have?
As well as helping with dark spots and ageing, Dermaplaning is also a great treatment for lots of skin issues, ranging from acne, to rosacea and dry skin.
Are there any side effects from Dermaplaning?
Side effects from Dermaplaning are rare. You might experience a little redness or mild dryness, but having the treatment done in a Beauty Clinic with a qualified professional means they will recommend the correct products to use pre and post treatment.
Do you need a series of Dermaplaning treatments?
The ‘length of one skin cycle is around six weeks, so if you’re keen to keep your skin at it’s best and ‘Fuzz Free’ it’s worth booking in for a Dermaplaning Treatment every six weeks.