For patients suffering with dull skin, dermaplaning is an excellent, non-invasive way to achieve a smooth and luminous complexion.
What is dermaplaning?
Dermaplaning is an incredible, non-invasive skin rejuvenation treatment designed to give you smoother, healthier and more radiant skin by removing the outermost layer of dead skin cells. In this way, dermaplaning is able to:
- Give skin a healthy, radiant glow.
- Soften the appearance of fine lines and acne scars.
- Reduce the appearance of large pores.
- Improve uneven pigmentation and skin texture irregularities.
- Stimulate cell turnover.
- Eliminate unwanted facial hair, including “peach fuzz.”
- Increase skin hydration.
Dermaplaning is performed using a sterile surgical blade. During the quick and painless procedure, we will hold your skin taut while gently stroking the blade across your skin, removing dead cells and revealing silky smooth, radiant skin. As the results of dermaplaning are not permanent, most patients will need to repeat the treatment once every three to four weeks to ensure a perpetually radiant complexion.
Does dermaplaning hurt?
When performed by qualified and trained experts like the team at TrueCare, dermaplaning does not hurt, nor does it require any anesthetics. You may feel a slight scrubbing sensation during the procedure, but no pain.
After undergoing a dermaplaning treatment at TrueCare, you can expect to see a youthful, glowing complexion when you look in the mirror. Skin that was formerly dull and lifeless will appear radiant and flawless, and any “peach fuzz,” congestion and dead skin cells will have been expertly eliminated.
Before & After Gallery
The best way to gauge a surgeon’s skill is to view his past work. Please browse our before and after gallery, to see for yourself the dramatic results you can expect to achieve from a dermaplaning with board certified cosmetic surgeon Dr. Farzaneh.
Are you a candidate for dermaplaning?
As with all of our cosmetic treatments, dermaplaning candidacy is determined on an individual basis, following a thorough discussion of the patient’s cosmetic goals, concerns and desires. With that said, dermaplaning is generally safe for men and women of all skin types and colors who want to rejuvenate dull, congested or dehydrated skin.
However, dermaplaning should not be performed if you are on Accutane, or if you have current acne lesions, untreated skin cancer, active cold sores or uncontrolled diabetes.