About Dermaplaning for Facial Rejuvenation
Dermaplaning is a simple and safe exfoliating procedure that removes dead skin and fine hair (peach fuzz) by gently lifting away dead cells to promote a healthier turnover of cells, which will subsequently produce healthier and younger-looking skin.
The treatment involves a strong face cleanse, which is designed to remove dirt, debris, and excess oils. Meanwhile, the dermaplaning procedure itself is completed with the use of a specialized surgical blade that essentially scrapes the fine hairs and dead skin cells from the skin’s surface.
Dermaplaning also triggers cell regeneration as the body naturally replenishes the cells that have been removed from the top layers of the skin. The cosmetic procedure is also known as microplaning or blading, while it can also be used by individuals with;
- Acne skin.
- All skin types, including dry and dull.
- Fine wrinkles.
- Sun-damaged skin.
The facial rejuvenation process is one of the simplest cosmetic treatments on the market.
Benefits of Professional Dermaplaning
In addition to being a quick, simple, and affordable facial rejuvenation treatment, dermaplaning is a popular exfoliation-based treatment for a wide range of reasons. The most telling benefits include;
- The exfoliation and removal of dead skin cells will uncover fresher, smoother, younger-looking skin with immediate results.
- Cell regeneration elements ensure that the rewards continue to come for days to follow.
- The treatment is completed in a matter of minutes, while large areas of the face can be treated at once.
- It actively encourages the face to repair itself from acne scars and other imperfections.
- Dermaplaning can be used in conjunction with an extensive range of other facial rejuvenation treatments.
- The process can be completed as often as once every four weeks if you deem it necessary.
Aside from rejuvenating the skin, dermaplaning is a good hair removal treatment with no downtime. Dr. Weyer and the Dermatology & Plastic Surgery of Arizona can provide the service as a one-off procedure or an ongoing solution.