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This skincare routine has had millions of women reaching for their shavers in the name of smooth and soft skin. No need to use your partner’s shaver anymore because this type of hair removal on the face, does not need a conventional shaver.
Dermaplaning, microplaning or blading, are the different names of the same thing. This is a skin treatment procedure that uses an exfoliating blade that helps towards getting rid of dead or damaged skin cells and “peach-fuzz” hair from your face (the soft hair around your face). It has also been known to remove any scarring from acne and blemishes. The result, radiant, youthful, and smooth skin everyone will adore.
This has become a very sought-after treatment, especially after a lot of women have seen what magnificent results it produces. The bonus is, your makeup goes on smoother and stays put. Read about someone’s first-hand experience here.
So, How Does It Work?…
Let’s take a look at what you’ll be getting once you sign up for it.
What Is It?
In simple terms, what the professional esthetician will do is, use a sterile device that looks like a thin and small scalpel or razor and run it through the top of your skin, to remove any scar tissue, dead cells and fine hair that’s on the surface. The exterior of your skins will feel smoother once completed. Even the tiniest of hairs will be removed in one sweep. A general anesthetic is used before the commencement of this practice, so you will not feel anything.
Unlike the myth that shaving makes your hair grow back thicker – which is completely false. This will lessen your hair growth and small hair will grow back, but only after a month or so. You will possibly be the only person who notices these hairs because they are not so visible to the naked eye.
It is a very careful and refined procedure, which only licensed practitioners can do, so it is not advisable to do it yourself at home, for the risk of injuring or nicking your skin. It is so versatile that some ladies do it during their lunch hour, nipping off work for a quick session and back.
The advisable period for getting it done is between 3 to 4 weeks typically. However, if your hair grows back faster than normal, this time will be shortened.
Does It Have Any Benefits?
Yes, it does. The results of this process are a lot more instant in comparison to other hair removal processes and there is a minimal to none recovery period. Just one session of Dermaplaning will result in brighter, even-toned, and hair-free skin.
Due to the elimination of the tiny hair and dead or damaged surface skin cells, it increases the production of collagen and efficiency thereof, which will help rejuvenate your skin twice as much as normal facials. Professional salons such as Vancouver skin clinic, have accomplished these types of treatments for hundreds of women and have seen them coming back for more due to its success. The advice that they give is to leave your skin alone and not to touch it too much after getting it done unless you are moisturizing, which is essential aftercare must.
These amazing results will last up to 4 weeks and it is an inexpensive treatment that will cost you between $100 and $250 depending on the clinic.
Who Can Get the Procedure?
Several different people can get this done on their skin via a skin clinic or salon. Including people who have the following issues:
- Acne Scar
- Fine Wrinkles
- Dry Skin
- Dull Skin
- Sun-Damaged Skin
Precautions After Treatment
Whether you get this done or not, it is always recommended to use sunscreen before you go outdoors. However, after getting this done, it is none-negotiable to wear sunscreen on your face before you go out.
One other very important thing to do is to apply a soothing gel-like substance such as aloe vera on your skin, for a few days after it’s done. This is a win-win because aloe itself has so many benefits to the skin that you will enjoy putting it on anyways, you can find a few good ones on this source here https://www.healthline.com/health/beauty-skin-care/aloe-vera-for-face
Many times, people compare the similarities with getting a microdermabrasion doe on your skin. The only difference being in the results, costs, and safety precautions afterward. So if you feel like this is the choice for you, look for a reputable and licensed practice and look at their website for any before and after pictures.