Dermaplaning is an effective facial exfoliating treatment available to clients. It is a process that has been used in conjunction with medical skin care for nearly the past two decades. Dermaplaning helps reveal
healthier, radiant skin. On completion, your skin will be glowing, Of all facial treatments, none of them leave the facial skin feeling as clear or as soft as Dermaplaning!
Dermaplaning is painless procedure in where dead skin cells are manually scraped away. It requires absolutely no recovery time. It increases cellular turnover, smooths and softens skin, and provides immediate results. It is a super exfoliating procedure and removes 2-3 weeks worth of dead skin cells. It tricks the body into thinking it has an injury and needs to heal itself, immediately producing healthier, plump skin. Dermaplaning is suitable for all skin tones, it also removes the fine vellus hair on the face. This excess fluffy hair can trap oil and dirt which can lead to other problems with your skin. Once the dirt, oil and dead skin cells are removed, facial products and treatments are much more effective because they can penetrate the skin more easily.
After prepping the skin your highly trained therapist will gently scrape away the surface layer of dirt, oil and dead skin cells with a sterile surgical scalpel at a 45 degree angle. Each area of the face is carefully scraped until all dead skin has been removed. There is no swelling or pain associated with the dermaplaning procedure. Extractions of any pustules and blackheads are then done, lastly, special Osmosis clinical products designed especially for your skin type and concerns, as well as UV protection, will be applied.
No. The hair on the face is called vellous hairs and it is physiologically impossible to grow back thicker. There are two types of hair that grow on our bodies. Vellous (tiny translucent blonde hair) and Terminal (thicker hair that grows under the arms, pubic area, legs, eye brows, mustache and beard for men). Vellous hair when cut or removed will grow back the same. The structure of the hair does not become damaged, therefore it is impossible to alter. Terminal hair is physiologically coarse. When Terminal hair is cut, it grows back the same way…coarse.