Dermaplaning

Get healthier, brighter, and smoother skin.

What Is Dermaplaning?

A non-invasive, manual exfoliation procedure that removes the outermost layer of dead skin cells and peach fuzz. The result? Less fine lines and wrinkles; more even, brighter skin tone.
This is a great alternative to chemical exfoliation because it’s quick, painless, and doesn’t cause irritation as some chemical peels can.

Our Dermaplaning Treatment Can Help You:

Get brighter and younger-looking skin

Minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, acne scarring, age spots, and hyperpigmentation.

Exfoliate deeply

Get rid of dead skin cells, dirt, debris, and built-up oils on the surface of your skin that can lead to clogged pores.

Nourish your skin for a more even texture

Get rid of peach fuzz on your face so you have a smoother, more even complexion.

What Happens During A Dermaplaning Treatment?

  • The esthetician will prepare your skin by cleansing and toning the area.
  • Using a sterile surgical blade (this is really important for us here at D&M Treatments!), the esthetician glides the blade across your face in gentle strokes against the direction of hair growth to remove dead skin cells.
  • The result is a more youthful-looking complexion that is more open to treatments and products that follow.

Don’t forget: If your skin is initially pink following the treatment, don’t panic! This is perfectly normal and should return to its normal color within a few hours.

Is Dermaplaning For You?

This treatment is perfect for anyone who wants brighter, smoother skin in less time.

It’s great for all ages and skin types because it’s non-invasive, effective, and safe when performed by an experienced professional like the esthetician at D&M Treatments.

Tip: Get the most out of your Dermaplaning Treatment by following up with a nourishing and brightening serum or a well-deserved facial from us.

 FAQ’s

Dermaplaning is a method of exfoliation that makes use of a sharp blade to remove dead skin cells and peach fuzz from the surface of the skin. This process can help to improve the appearance of acne scars, fine lines, and uneven skin texture.
Dermaplaning can provide a number of benefits for the skin, including 1) Rejuvenated Skin Appearance: it removes the outermost layer of dead skin cells, revealing fresh, smooth skin beneath 2) Improved Acne Scarring: by removing the top layer of skin, dermaplaning can help to improve the appearance of acne scars 3) Fewer Fine Lines and Wrinkles: the removal of dead skin cells can also help to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles 4) More Even Skin Tone: dermaplaning can help to even out skin tone by removing patches of darker or lighter skin. 5) Improved Absorption of Skincare Products: dermaplaning can help skincare products to penetrate deeper into the skin, providing better results. 6) Prepares Your Face for Makeup: dermaplaning creates a smooth canvas for makeup application, resulting in a more even finish. 7) No More Peach Fuzz: dermaplaning will remove the fine, vellus hair from your face.
By removing the outermost layer of dead skin cells, dermaplaning can help to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. This type of exfoliation can also help to stimulate collagen production, which can help to plump the skin and give it a more youthful appearance.
Dermaplaning is generally considered safe for most skin types, especially when it is done by a certified dermatologist. However, those with active acne or rosacea may want to avoid this treatment, as it could worsen symptoms. It is also important to avoid sun exposure after dermaplaning, as the skin will be more vulnerable to sun damage.
Most dermatologists recommend waiting 4-6 weeks between dermaplaning sessions. This will give your skin enough time to heal and regenerate new skin cells.
Dermaplaning is a relatively painless procedure. You may experience a tingling sensation as the blade moves over your skin, but it should not be painful.
No, dermaplaning will not cause the hair on your face to grow back thicker. This is a common misconception about this treatment. Dermaplaning simply removes the hair from the surface of the skin. The hair will grow back at the same rate as it did before.
During a dermaplaning treatment, a certified dermatologist will use a dermaplaning tool to gently scrape the outermost layer of skin from your face. This will remove dead skin cells, as well as fine hair (aka peach fuzz). This process will go on for about 20 to 30 minutes. Once the treatment is finished, the specialist will soothe your skin with a moisturizer and apply sunscreen to protect your skin from sun damage.
No, dermaplaning is not the same as shaving. Shaving only removes the hair from the surface of the skin, whereas dermaplaning removes both dead skin cells and hair. Additionally, shaving can cause razor burn, ingrown hairs, and other skin irritations. Dermaplaning is a much gentler way to exfoliate the face.
After dermaplaning, it is important to avoid sun exposure and to use sunscreen when you are outdoors. You should also avoid using any harsh skincare products or scrubs on your skin. Instead, opt for gentle, hydrating products that will help to nourish and protect your skin.
Dermaplaning is generally considered safe when it is done by a certified dermatologist. However, it is not recommended to do dermaplaning at home, as it can be difficult to do properly, especially without the proper tools and you may end up injuring your skin. Additionally, you may not get the same results as you would from a professional dermaplaning session.
Dermaplaning is not recommended for those with active acne or rosacea, as it could worsen symptoms.

Ready To Book Your Appointment?

You deserve smooth and bright skin. Schedule a dermaplaning treatment with us today. Call us at (403) 888-4125 or book online! We can’t wait to see you soon.