Dermaplaning involves scraping dead skin cells and facial hair with an exfoliating blade. Microplanning is often referred to as blades.
We at Alma MedSpa in St.Peters help your skin to seem as fresh and healthy as possible. An even complexion and the disappearance of acne scars are among the promised benefits of this therapy. Peach fuzz, the soft, short hairs on your face, can also be removed using this method.
Dermaplaning is appropriate for people with skin problems such as acne scarring, dryness, sun damage, and wrinkles are addressed.
You shouldn’t feel any discomfort throughout a dermaplaning session. Our dermaplaning treatment experts in St.Peters use sedatives such as numbing spray, local anesthetic, an oral sedative, or in rare cases, general anesthesia.
After putting you at ease, we will scrape your skin at a 45-degree angle with an electronic or manual dermaplaning tool. The average time spent here is between 20 and 30 minutes, during which the therapist will carefully exfoliate your skin. Once the procedure is done, we will apply a soothing gel, aloe, or sunscreen to your face.
- Dermatologists pull a sterile razor-like blade across the face at 45 degrees.
- The edge then eliminates dead skin cells, scar tissue, or extra dirt and debris that dulls the skin.
- Depending on the treatment, the operation takes 30 minutes or less and is painless.
- The therapy causes tingling. After exfoliating, sunscreen and soothing gel or cream will be applied.
- Decrease acne scars
- Reveals fresher, healthy skin, reducing flaws.
- It rejuvenates the skin.
- Instant results
- Reduce fine lines and reveal younger skin.
- Produces collagen
- The makeup looks better.
- Prevents breakouts
- Sensitive skin-friendly
- It fits all skin types
Stop using any at-home manual or chemical exfoliation treatments, such as retinol, exfoliating serums, face polishes, or scrubs, about 5 days before your dermaplaning appointment.
You can get a Dermaplaning treatment and go about your day as usual, or at least put on makeup immediately. Due to the elimination of facial hair and dead skin cells, the treatment will allow your cosmetics to apply more smoothly.
Toxic melanoma of the skin. Diabetic control issues. Abnormalities in the skin's surface can be seen. Recent experience with a chemical peel (4-6 weeks)
Unfortunately, the effects of dermaplaning fade over time. The technique removes dead skin cells accumulated for up to three weeks. After about a month, the results will have worn off. In the days following a dermaplaning session, your skin will be susceptible to UV rays.
In particular, you should avoid dermaplaning if you're currently dealing with a skin condition that causes inflammation and peeling, such as acne, rosacea, psoriasis, or eczema.