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A short Medical History form is required prior to this treatment to ensure your safety.
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What is dermaplaning?
“Excuse me while I set up my scalpel…” Wait, what? If you’ve ever wondered what the increasingly popular treatment known as dermaplaning is all about, allow us to fill you in. For starters, it’s executed using a scalpel, but not to make any incisions: The trained aesthetician or nurse uses the edge of a No.10 blade on a No. 3 scalpel in a precise manual exfoliation technique to remove vellus hairs, debris and dead cells from the surface of the skin.
What is it used for?
The treatment itself is usually combined with a facial or chemical-peel procedure, beginning by preparing the skin with a thorough cleanse. It is an excellent prep for chemical peels and other modalities like IPL, as it removes that superficial layer of dead skin cells and vellus hair, which enhances absorption of actives into the skin and reveals active chromophores for optimal contact with equipment. Dermaplaning often replaces the phase of a mechanical exfoliation and much like microdermabrasion requires no downtime.
Who is it best suited to?
There are no limitations with regard to skin types, in fact even the most sensitive skin can benefit from dermaplaning. A trained professional will know not to employ this technique on active acne, as the spread of bacteria from pustules can worsen the symptoms of acne entirely. In addition, the blade may open active lesions, causing inflammation and a surge of breakouts.
What’s the appeal?
The huge popularity of this treatment is due, in part, to the instant gratification it provides. It helps to improve texture through gentle, controlled exfoliation in a treatment that takes less than 45 minutes. (The dermaplaning itself only takes 10 to 15 minutes.)
Dermaplaning promotes a healthy, radiant glow, without having to rely on layers of foundation. The superficial aesthetic benefits are just as welcome as the therapeutic ones because with better absorption of active ingredients come better, faster results.
Are there any cons?
So, why are some people hesitant? Well, besides the obvious reason of putting a scalpel to the face, they are concerned about having thick, dense hair grow back all over the face, similar to what happens to your legs when you shave them. (The number-one reason cited on Google for not having a procedure, is fear.)
How do you overcome them?
When it comes to engaging clients and offering dermaplaning, this is something we need to cover at the beginning of the conversation. The hair that is being removed from the face is very fine and known as vellus hair. It is so thin, that removing it with a dermaplaning blade at a 45-degree angle will have no impact on how it looks when it grows back. It is important to be able to identify the difference between vellus hair and regular hair, as a trained professional is easily able to do.
To sum up…
In summary, dermaplaning allows for gentle exfoliation of even the most sensitive skin types, with no downtime, revealing an instantly smoother and more luminous complexion. It is a therapeutically beneficial treatment to add to your roster, alone or in combination, with high satisfaction rates.
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All skin types and hair types can be treated in all areas. The number of treatments will vary depending on hair type, area being treated, regularity of appointments and hormonal factors. We only use STERILE DISPOSABLE needles. Call today to book your complementary consultation and discover the most efficient customized treatment for YOU!
THE ART OF REMOVING FINE VELLUS HAIR & DEAD SKIN CELLS
Single and package pricing available. A price quotation to be issued during a complimentary consultation. Additional discounts may apply when treating multiple areas in same visit.
"We are qualified and certified in providing preventive care for the skin and offer treatments to keep the skin healthy and attractive. Having that knowledge enables us to detect skin problems that may require medical attention. We are able to assist you with benign skin lesions and will make necessary recommendations should a physician be needed for further analysis and diagnosis of any suspicious lesions and / or request a physician's note before treatment of any kind. We are happy to assist you in keeping your skin healthy and safe!"
Imagine...never having to shave...
~THE PROCEDURE: The Dermaplaning procedure is pain free. A physical exfoliation procedure with the use of a sterile surgical scalpel, to gently "shave" the skin's surface, removing the top-most layer of dead skin along with fine, vellus hair (aka peach fuzz).
A great way to manage hair in between your electrolysis treatments.
Each client requires unique number of treatments and your Dermaplaning. For best results, Dermaplaning treatments are recommended every 3-5 weeks. Your technician will keep you informed over the course of treatments.
Dermaplaning is an excellent treatment to maintain hair in between electrolysis treatments.
This procedure is NOT recommended for the following:
Currently using Accutane
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