Dermaplaning is one of the most invaluable techniques I have learned in my aesthetic career. I love its control, as I can adjust pressure and the pattern I choose based on the client’s facial features and the skin’s condition. It allows me to see clearly the exfoliation and cell type that is removed from the client’s skin versus other popular exfoliation methods.
YOU may have heard or read about dermaplaning on a med spa menu and never truly understood its purpose.
Dermaplaning is done with a blade at a 45-degree angle on dry skin. The blade is gently scraped over the surface of the cleansed and moisture-free skin in the opposite direction of hair growth. Dull, dead skin and vellus hair is gently and quickly removed, revealing brighter, more even-toned skin.
Here are 10 strong benefits to explain why women should try a dermaplaning service.