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DERMAPLANING

Time to get rid of that dead skin

Dermaplaning is a procedure that removes dead skin and small hairs to rejuvenate the skin. 

The most common side effects are red skin and small nicks from the blade.  During the derma-planning procedure we uses  specialized blade — similar to a surgical scalpel called a dermatome — to remove dead skin and hairs. People may also refer to this treatment as  microplaning or blading.



The procedure aims to give facial skin a smooth, youthful, and radiant appearance. As well as smoothing skin and removing “peach fuzz,” proponents claim that dermaplaning can help with acne scars, dry skin, sun-damaged skin, and small wrinkles.