What Is Dermaplaning: 6 Reasons You NEED To Do This

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Your skin's outermost layers aren't doing your complexion any favors. Skin cells on the surface flatten and dry like tiny scales, dulling your skin's appearance and making darker skin tones ashy. Enter the Dermaplane treatment. Think of it as the next step beyond exfoliation. It removes those extra layers to reveal smoother skin and evens out irregularities such as superficial acne scarring and fine lines.

Want to know more? Here are the top six reasons to try a dermaplane treatment:

1. What Does Dermaplaning Do? 

Dermaplaning smoothes the skin's surface and it's ideal for dealing with surface unevenness. Light acne scarring and fine lines are hard to conceal with makeup because these tiny surface imperfections reflect light irregularly. A Dermaplane treatment resurfaces, and with repeated treatments, skin becomes smoother.

2. Does Dermaplaning Cause Acne? 

In fact, it visibly shrinks pores. What we think of as pores are really hair follicles, and if you look at them closely, you'll see they're shaped like little funnels. With dermaplaning, the top rim of the funnel is removed, reducing its size and making it less noticeable. By making these tiny dimple-like indentations smaller, the normal sebaceous filaments that often appear on the nose and cheeks also become less obvious.

3. Perfectly Compliments Other Skin Therapies

You can't pour water into a cup with a lid on it, and you can't get moisture to skin that's parched when its outermost cells are dry and tough. Dermaplaning removes that barrier to let your skin drink in moisturizing serums and anti-aging creams more efficiently. Using it in conjunction with chemical peels lets product penetrate more effectively, and gives you better results with every treatment.

4. Dermaplaning Facial = Instant Gratification

It's a non-invasive treatment that takes only a few minutes and leaves your skin looking revitalized immediately. You won't have to wait weeks to see results; as soon as you've been dermaplaned, your skin is ready for the spotlight.

5. Does Dermaplaning Make Hair Grow Back Thicker And Darker? 

No. Your makeup will look flawless! Because dermaplaning creates a smoother skin surface and removes the peach fuzz that can interfere with makeup application, cosmetics glide on beautifully to create the seamless, poreless look of a magazine cover. Don't worry about the peach fuzz coming back thicker and darker. That's an old wives tale! Any hair that's removed during a dermaplane treatment will grow back at the same rate as it did before.

6. Is Dermaplaning Safe? 

Even nursing and expectant mothers can have a dermaplaning treatment. Unlike other types of skin exfoliation that may use chemicals that will be absorbed by your skin, a dermaplane treatment offers a deep exfoliation that is chemical free.

Bonus: It feels good! Dermal resurfacing through dermaplaning is one of those rare treatments that give you real results while offering you a relaxing experience from the same appointment.