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Adding Dermaplaning to Your Skincare Routine

Dermaplaning has become increasingly popular among all ages to exfoliate and smooth facial skin. It can instantly improve the appearance of your skin, giving you a dewy glow. Additionally, dermaplaning enhances the effectiveness of your skincare products and the appearance of your makeup.

What is dermaplaning?

Dermaplaning is a professional face exfoliation technique that uses a sterile, surgical scalpel to remove dead skin cells and vellus hair, also known as “peach fuzz.” It is a non-invasive treatment and uses the scalpel only on the skin’s surface.

What are the benefits of dermaplaning?

There are many benefits to dermaplaning, including removing some texture from the face, promoting new skin generation, reducing acne scars and hyperpigmentation, and smoothing out fine lines and wrinkles. The peach fuzz does not grow back darker or coarser like other hair on the body. It will only grow back as peach fuzz. Removing dead skin also helps prevent oil and dirt from getting trapped in the skin.

How does it impact my daily skincare routine?

By removing dead skin and peach fuzz, dermaplaning can help products penetrate the skin better. Many people spend hundreds of dollars on skincare products and makeup. Dermaplaning can help your skincare products soak into your skin better and improve the look of your makeup, especially foundation.

Why does a professional need to do dermaplaning?

Retailers mostly sell eyebrow shaping blades rather than actual dermaplaning blades. Only trained professionals use the correct quality of dermaplaning blade. These professionals understand different skin conditions and can treat you accordingly.

A dermaplaning session with the cosmetic surgery professionals at Ciao Bella can help you boost your dewy glow look. Remember to talk to your professional about any skincare concerns you may have. They will speak to you about the treatment and make sure you look and feel great!

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