Stretch marks, uneven skin texture, decreased elastin and collagen production - these are just the many things that the skin and body go through with age and daily wear and tear. To counteract this, procedures like dermaplaning (also known as epidermal leveling) remove the outermost layer of the skin and encourage new skin cells to form.
So how does dermaplaning treatment work to improve skin quality and texture? By using a specific kind of exfoliation, this treatment removes facial hair like peach fuzz or other fine facial hair to give the skin a youthful appearance. With a skilled esthetician, even issues like an acne scar or wrinkles can be treated with dermaplaning the outer layer of your skin.
Dermaplaning may not be in the league of collagen induction therapy or hyaluronic acid fillers when it comes to process and the tools required, but it still requires extensive knowledge and experience to do correctly. At the Evolve Med Spa, each medical aesthetician on our staff is extensively trained in the process of dermaplaning to give you long-term and effective results.
We make sure to use the best tools available for your procedure, in an environment that's suitable for your operation. Combined with our attention to patient aftercare and client support post-procedure, you can get the skin that you want without the hassle and the assurance that you're being taken care of all the way.
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While dermaplaning doesn't have a lot of limitations as it's a physical process, there are some considerations that a patient should keep in mind if they want to undergo the procedure.
A: For facial skin treatments, issues like open pores, pockmarks, deep acne scars, and peach fuzz respond well to dermaplaning treatments. It can also reduce milia and blackheads, though keep in mind that you should be careful to clean the area to avoid infections.
A: Overall, there are very few risks associated with the dermaplaning procedure. Aside from slight redness in the skin and increased skin sensitivity, most patients recover from dermaplaning after a day of bed rest. Rarer complications include scarring and infections, but these can be treated by the clinic or any general care doctor.
A: While dermaplaning can remove a few weeks of dead skin cells, your body will keep producing more as time goes by. As a result, your dermaplaning results will fade within three weeks to one month. However, always check with your doctor before going for further treatment.