A relatively new procedure in the skincare community, Dermaplaning is a technical form of exfoliation and hair removal. Dermatologists and Estheticians use a dermaplaning tool, to gently remove dead skin cells from the top layer of the skin. This gives the skin a smoother appearance and feel, and allows better product absorption for skincare products to seep into the skin. It also removes vellus facial hair that many find unsightly or bothersome.
I do not recommend any clients using this tool at home. It is only to be used for licensed & trained professionals. Shaving & Dermaplaning aren’t the same. They also cause to different effects.
Who is Dermaplaning for?
Dermaplaning is for persons with any skin type, including those with sensitive and especially dry skin. Dead skin cells build-up over time and give the skin a dull appearance, which is why skincare specialists recommend exfoliating at least once per week. Usually, clients would be offered dermabrasion as their deep exfoliation option at the spa, but risk several side effects before gaining results. Dermaplaning is a gentler procedure in comparison to microdermabrasion as it does not include pulling, pressure nor severe inflammation on the skin.
Many customers use this service to permanently remove skin tags, temporarily remove excessive facial hair like sideburns, mustaches, chin hair, or vellus hair (peach fuzz). Others use Dermaplaning as a boost to their skincare regime as it creates smoother textured skin for easier and better makeup application.
You may not struggle with severe skin problems, but the service is there for anyone who would like the experience.
Benefits of Dermaplaning facial
This procedure reveals smooth, even-textured skin by reducing fine lines, getting rid of uneven skin tones or skin discoloration, skin conditions such as acne and acne-related skin issues, milia, blackheads, whiteheads, and skin tags.
Dermaplaning with acne-prone skin removes decongestion from the follicles, allowing easier and more precise extractions. This procedure is safe for those with mild acne, however dermaplaning would only aggravate cystic acne-prone skin. It can also be used to remove small moles. These skin growths may be genetically inherited, but you can have them removed with little to no scarring to unveil the full potential of your skin.
Natural Impressions by Jhay’s Dermaplaning Sessions
Natural Impressions by Jhay is certified through Dermani Med Spa and will offer Dermaplaning sessions starting October 1st.