It's a skin procedure that people get if they want to achieve a smoother skin appearance.
What is Dermaplaning?
A study suggests that this treatment gives an expectation that is practical enough to give you an optimal outcome, just like any plastic surgery.
What good will Dermaplaning give me?
In addition, dermaplaning helps with acne scars. But take note, we all have different skin types, tones, and medical histories, so how it works still matters.
Dermaplaning Risks and Side Effects
- Red skin
- Tingling sensation for about 24-48 hours after the treatment
Your skin may be more sensitive due to this treatment, so please listen to your post-care recommendations.
- Hair will grow out thicker and darker
This is so not true. Your hair will not grow out thicker and darker if you will undergo dermaplaning.
You might be associating this with shaving. When you shave the hair cut in a blunt state, so when the hair grows back it appears thicker. In dermaplaning, we are removing the very fine hairs in our face, the vellus hair or the peach fuzz. It has a little impact on how the hair feels when growing. It is so thin and soft that removing it will have no noticeable impact on the perceived thickness of the hair on your face. Removing the vellus hair will instantly leave your skin feeling and looking smoother and brighter.
- Dermaplaning causes breakouts.
Ciciskincare ensures the client has no existing acne or has existing breakouts. This treatment is not recommended for them. Dermaplaning is safe for all skin types but we should prevent those with acne.
- Dermplaning is only for lighter skin tones.
You got this very wrong. Dermaplaning is a 100% safe treatment. You may have misunderstood this treatment as a facial scrub. It's not the same thing. Dermplaning does not cause micro-abrasions to the skin — it won't cause pigmentation.
This treatment is one of the favorite treatments in the spa as it instantly gets rid of the dark baby hairs that can make deep skin look duller than it is. Dermaplaning is safe for types of skin.
Dermaplaning can be performed before facial treatments, lasers, peels, and microdermabrasion for better penetration of the skincare products. It is a great option for those who have sensitive skin and pregnant women who might be needing deep exfoliation.