Looking for a safe, non-invasive way to get a glowy, youthful-looking skin? Your prayers have been answered because we have a simple cosmetic treatment that can help you with that: dermaplaning.
In short, an esthetician will take a small scalpel (very gently) to help reduce acne scars, remove unwanted hair, brighten your complexion, and more.
Sounds painful, right? Well, you’ll be surprised to learn that dermaplaning doesn’t hurt at all. So, today, we will go over everything related to this treatment: procedure, benefits, cost, and more.
Dermaplaning is a quick, non-invasive cosmetic procedure for the skin. The healthcare provider uses a small special instrument called scalpel to scrape the epidermis of the face, which is the top layer of the skin.
This mechanical and superficial form of exfoliation will remove dead skin and fine hair. This will stimulate the creation of new skin cells, leaving the surface of your face super smooth, clear, and dewy.
With dermaplaning, you can achieve a lot of results, such as help reduce fine lines and acne scars, remove unwanted hair, and improve damaged skin.
You can consider getting a dermaplane treatment if you have any of the following skin concerns:
To cut to the chase, no. Even though your skin might get a little red, dermaplaning doesn’t hurt. But let’s go over the actual procedure to clear some things up.
First of all, dermaplaning is a quick and simple procedure that doesn’t require downtime or general anesthesia. Dermaplaning will not aggravate broken capillaries.
The procedure can last from thirty minutes to around an hour. It will depend on the area you want to treat, specifically the size of said area.
As stated before, the professional will use a special instrument with a small blade to remove hair and skin cells. Resulting in an immediate improvement to allow makeup to glide on easily so less is needed.
Once your provider finishes with the procedure, he or she may apply a soothing gel to your skin to reduce redness, swelling, or irritation. However, if your skin gets red or slightly irritated, that’s completely normal and expected, and won’t last long.
Among its multiple benefits, dermaplaning can help to:
Dermaplaning prices can range from $70 to $200 and up per session. It is important to remember that this is a cosmetic procedure, which means your healthcare insurance won’t cover it and you will have to pay it from your pocket.
Ready to take the first step and request a consultation? Get in touch with our experts at Complexion MedSpa & Aesthetics by calling our office directly at 252-773-0841.
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