Why is Dermaplaning important?

Why do we Dermaplane and what does it offer to our Skyn?


1. Exfoliation: The scraping action of the dermaplaning procedure effectively removes dead skin cells from the outermost layer of the skin. This can lead to a smoother and brighter complexion.

2. Improved Product Absorption: With the removal of the top layer of dead skin cells, skincare products can penetrate more effectively into the skin, allowing them to work more efficiently.

3. Smooth Skin Texture: Dermaplaning can help reduce the appearance of rough or uneven skin texture, leaving the skin feeling smoother to the touch.

4. Brighter Complexion: By removing the layer of dead skin cells and fine facial hair, dermaplaning can reveal a fresher layer of skin, leading to a brighter and more radiant complexion.

5. Temporary Hair Removal: Dermaplaning also removes vellus hair, often referred to as "peach fuzz." This can create a smoother canvas for makeup application and give the skin a smoother appearance.

6. Reduced Appearance of Fine Lines: The exfoliation and stimulation from dermaplaning can promote collagen production, potentially helping to minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

7. Safe for Most Skin Types: Dermaplaning is generally considered safe for most skin types, including sensitive skin, as it doesn't involve the use of harsh chemicals.

8. Minimal Downtime: Unlike some other skin procedures, dermaplaning typically has minimal downtime, allowing you to return to your regular activities shortly after the procedure.

However, it's important to note that dermaplaning might not be suitable for everyone. Individuals with certain skin conditions, active acne, or a history of keloid scarring might need to avoid this procedure or consult with a dermatologist before consideration.