The procedure involves shaving the outer layer of the skin, and is administered quickly and effectively with minimal possibility for complications. A Dermaplaning treatment will gently scrape the surface of the skin in repeated short, delicate motions, eliminating the facial hair in a process similar to shaving. Recently, Dermaplaning has become the secret to many celebrities’ natural, healthy looking skin as it is able to restore a vibrant glow through means that are completely safe and efficient.
Reasons for Choosing Dermaplaning
Many patients who opt in for a Dermaplaning procedure do so as an alternative to receiving a chemical peel. Specifically, women who are pregnant often chose to undergo Dermaplaning as a means through which to attain the same effects of deep exfoliation achieved through a peel, but without the added health risk imposed by the chemicals involved in the peel.
In addition, patients with an excess amount of facial vellus hair often chose to have it shaved off using Dermaplaning techniques, as superfluous peach fuzz can harbor oil and dirt that affect the appearance of the skin. Overall, Dermaplaning is effective for all skin colors and skin types and is a virtually painless solution to getting rid of irritating facial hair that is hindering the skin’s ability to be smooth and radiant.
How It Works
As previously alluded, Dermaplaning can be most closely compared to shaving, as each process involves using a sharp object to gently and regularly eliminate hair. We will carefully and repeatedly employ the scalpel in moderate, gentle motions to essentially scrape the unwanted hair off the face.
Moreover, specific benefits of choosing a Dermaplaning procedure in the comfortable, inviting atmosphere of our Tucson, AZ dermatological office include:
Eliminating dead skin or peach fuzz from the surface of the epidermis.
Stimulating the body’s natural blood circulation to the face.
Smoothening deep-set wrinkles and fine lines.
Boosting elasticity of the skin and equalizing its texture.
Decreasing the appearance of large facial pores.