The dermaplaning procedure that you can receive in our Davie Location is completed by gently gliding a stainless-steel scalpel blade across the skin to remove keratinized cells and "peach fuzz". Dermaplaning can help smooth scarring and acne, reduce uneven skin tone, as well as minimize fine lines and wrinkles.
A small scalpel is used on clean, dry skin on the forehead, cheeks, chin, nose and neck to remove dead skin cells and facial hair.
The immediate result is a brighter, healthier-looking skin and smoother makeup application. This technique also encourages cell turnover which leads to fewer wrinkles and dark spots, reduction of acne scarring, and the removal of fine facial hair.
15% Lactic Acid Super Mild Peel
Ideal for acne, hyper-pigmentation, and premature aging
Effectively treats stubborn skin conditions, such as psoriasis and environmental/sun damage
Evens skin tone and minimizes areas of discoloration for all skin types
Frequently Asked Questions About Dermaplaning Davie
1. Is Dermaplaning going to hurt.
The thought of taking a surgical steel scalpel to a client's face can sound very intimidating to a client. The truth is. it's a very relaxing treatment for your clients that poses little risk and no downtime. It is important for your clients to be at ease with the process and relax during the treatment. Sudden movement by your client can cause a nick in the skin. The chances of this are minimal if proper protocols are followed. It is advisable for you to practice your technique on your arm or thigh to get the feel for pressure and correct blade angle before attempting dermaplaning on a client.
2. Will Dermaplaning cause my skin to be sensitive and break out after treatment.?
Dermaplaning near me should not cause skin sensitivities or breakouts post-treatment. If anything, your skin will appear immediately smoother and healthier than before the treatment.
3. Will my hair grow back thicker and darker?
Shaving has always been associated with this myth. But in truth. Shaving or dermaplaning cannot change the structure of hair growth. Hair type and density are determined depending on factors such as body location. age, gender, and hormones. Removing hair from the epidermis cannot change these factors.
4. Once I begin dermaplaning Davie I will have to continue to do it forever.?
Unlike removing terminal hair, you shouldn't feel "stubble" as vellus hair regrows. The life cycle of a vellus hair is around 4-6 weeks. If you choose to not continue dermaplaning, the hair will grow back and return to the same state it was in prior to dermaplaning.
Should you choose to upkeep the results, dermaplaning can be incorporated into your regular skincare treatments and can be performed every 4 weeks. It is not recommended to perform more often is your skin needs time to regenerate.
A series of 3-6 treatments will yield superior results.
5. If I'm of a darker ethnicity, Can I receive o dermaplaning treatment.?
People of all Fitzpatrick skin types and all ethnicities can benefit equally from dermaplaning. Dermaplaning is an excellent alternative to other treatments that may be contraindicated for higher Fitzpatrick clients.