What is Dermaplaning?

Posted By : Aubrey Mead , on Nov, 2020

 

Dermaplaning Charlotte NC is a cosmetic treatment that removes the top layers of the skin to remove fine wrinkles and deep acne scarring and make the skin’s surface look smooth. Dermaplaning is safe for most people with little risk of side effects when performed by a certified dermatologist.

Dermaplaning is a skincare treatment that uses an exfoliating blade to skim dead skin cells and hair from the face. The treatment is also known as microplaning or blading. Dermaplaning focuses on making the skin’s surface youthful, radiant and smooth. The procedure removes deep scarring from acne and uneven pockmarks on the skin and is used to remove peach fuzz or short soft hairs on the face.

Dermaplaning can be used for any skin type and anyone with dull or dry skin, acne scars, fine wrinkles or sun damaged skin. There is little to no downtime needed after a dermaplaning treatment. You will not need to take any time off of work, and you might even be able to squeeze the treatment in during your lunch break.

Dermaplaning is similar to shaving. A sterile blade is aimed at a 45-degree angle and dragged slowly across yoru skin to remove dead cells, scar tissues and other debris that might be causing your skin’s surface to look uneven. Your skin is exposed regularly to harsh environmental toxins, irritants and sun damage, which can cause the top layer of your skin to look dull and aged. Dermaplaning clears away the damaged skin cells, so that newer skin cells are what you see when you look in the mirror.

During the dermaplaning procedure, you should not feel any pain but you might feel a tingling sensation. The treatment is a low-risk procedure, but side effects might include slight redness on your face after you receive the treatment.

If you are looking for dermaplaning in Charlotte, NC, then look no further than The Center for Women’s Aesthetics!

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