Your solution for smooth, peach fuzz-free skin!
Dermaplaning will target dead skin cells and “peach fuzz. Dermaplaning is an exfoliating treatment that removes the outer most layers of dead skin cells leaving the skin immediately smooth, supple and vibrant and allowing skincare products to penetrate deeper into the skin to achieve a smoother, glowing complexion!
Who is a good candidate for Dermaplaning?
Dermaplaning is safe and effective for all skin types and colors. Although everyone will notice the immediate results of a dermaplaning treatment, the best candidates are who have fine facial hair (peach fuzz), extremely sensitive skin, redness or rosacea, or visible facial veins.
Is Dermaplaning safe?
Dermaplaning, when done by a trained professional, is extremely safe – just like many other skin and/or medical treatments. There is no more risk to the skin than when a man shaves his face. Your professional at Solutions Medical Center has more than adequate training – the treatment should be very easy and quick!
How often can I get a Dermaplane?
The normal skin growth cycle is around 30 days and since dermaplaning removes about 2-3 weeks-worth of dead skin cells, it’s best to wait about 3-4 weeks between treatments.
Can Dermaplane be performed the same day as a chemical peel?
A chemical peel done immediately after dermaplaning is an excellent way to make sure that the peel penetrates deeper and more evenly. Lactic acid peels will hydrate and further exfoliate dry and normal skin while a glycolic acid peel is strong enough to combine with dermaplaning for oily skin.
Does the hair grow back thicker after a Dermaplane treatment?
Fine facial “peach fuzz” is one of the two types of hair that everyone has. It’s called Vellous hair and is the fine translucent hair that you can see if you look closely on women’s face, chest and back. The other type of hair is Terminal hair, which is the coarser hair you see on the head, under the arms, in the pubic area, brows, and on the lower face in men. Because Vellous hair is so fine and different from Terminal hair, cutting it does not make it grow in thicker or feel stubbly afterwards.