Dermaplaning Procedures Barrie
Dermaplaning – The Best Skin and Facial Treatment For You
Dermaplaning helps the skin look and feel smoother and brighter by removing dead skin cells and vellus hair. One of the major benefits of Dermaplaning is the increase in effectiveness of your products are able to penetrate deeper into the skin. It is especially good for people who have a lot of red in their skin as it does not break delicate capillaries. Make-up artists encourage their clients to get dermaplanes or micro peels a couple days prior to events because the skin is dramatically smoother and make-up sets nicely after the removal of the vellus hair from the face.
Fuzz-Free Face: Will the hair grow back?
No. This is a common myth, but the hair on your face is not the same as the hair on your legs or bikini line. It will not be effected by a dermaplane in any way, and it will not grow back thicker, darker, or more visible.
How is Dermaplaning performed?
Dermaplane treatments last about 30 minutes. Emily will cleanse the face, and then use a sterile blade to gently exfoliate your skin. No anesthesia is needed as this is a pain-free treatment. The sloughed off skin cells and “peach fuzz” will be gently wiped away at the end of the procedure – revealing a fresh, vibrant skin surface.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Dermaplaning
Can you Dermaplane yourself?
With the proper dermaplaning device, yes. However, if you need a steady hand to avoid unnecessary cuts and scratches and want to make sure you obtain the desired results, better ask for an appointment at a medical aesthetics professional.
How long before the wedding should be Dermaplaning performed?
2-5 days before the wedding or any important event, where you wish to wear professional make up and transmit a glowing look.
What to do before Dermaplaning?
Before dermaplaning, the aestetics technician will remove all make up and will carefully clean your skin.
Is Dermaplaning the same as shaving?
The surgical blade used for dermaplaning is much smaller and finer than the traditional shaving blade. Beside removing wispy facial hair, dermablade sloughs off dead skin cells too.
What comes off with Dermaplaning?
Dermaplaining procedure removes the hair and dead skin cells, consequently your skin appears much softer and brighter.
How often should you Dermaplane?
Based on your skin condition, your medical esthetician will determine how often you should undergo the treatment. At least wait three weeks are recommended in between sessions. Dermaplaning procedure removes dead skin that worth approximately two or three weeks.