How Dermaplane Works?
Dermaplane is one of many exfoliation treatments offered by Veritas Medical Center. It is similar to microdermabrasion procedures, such as DiamondTome, in that it removes dead skin cells from the surface of your skin, to gradually reduce hyperpigmentation and the appearance of wrinkles. However, Dermaplane is distinctly different.
When Veritas Medical Center administers Dermaplane, we use a specialized sharp blade. The blade is positioned at an approximately 45-degree angle in relation to the skin, and is gently swept across the skin’s surface. The sweeping action gently removes dead skin cells in the upper-most layers of the skin; cells which are often at the end of the skin’s natural regeneration cycle and can make it appear dull or discolored. In the process, the Dermaplane blade also removes the fine hair on the skin, which can reduce the need for waxing, although this procedure does not take the place of facial waxing completely.
Who Can Benefit From Dermaplaning?
Almost any individual can benefit from the effective surface exfoliation of a dermaplaning treatment. The treatment is especially ideal for individuals with dry, rough skin, those with a lot of fine facial hair, and pregnant women. It can also be performed in conjunction with a facial or chemical peel for even greater results!
After receiving a dermaplaning treatment, the skin will immediately be softer and suppler. Makeup will go on smoother and other facial products such as moisturizers and acne treatments will have a better chance of absorption. Overall, dermaplaning offers many benefits for a variety of individuals.