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What is derma-planning?

Derma-planning is a skin treatment that uses an exfoliating blade to skim dead skin cells and hair from your face. It’s also called micro-planning or blading.

Derma-planning aims to make your skin’s surface smooth, youthful, and radiant. This treatment claims to remove deep scarring from acne and uneven pockmarks on your skin. It’s also used to remove “peach fuzz,” the short, soft hairs on your face.


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Dermaplaning: Fast facts

Dermaplaning is a cosmetic procedure that removes the top layers of your skin. The procedure aims to remove fine wrinkles and deep acne scarring, as well as make the skin’s surface look smooth.

Dermaplaning is safe for most people, with little risk of side effects when it’s performed by a certified dermatologist.

This procedure doesn’t require any downtime for recovery, which makes it extremely convenient. The most difficult part may be finding a trained provider who can administer this treatment.

Dermaplaning isn’t covered by insurance, and sessions can run between $150 and $250 each.

Dermatologists say this treatment is effective for people looking to make their skin appear more youthful, smooth, and bright, but results typically only last three weeks.

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Miranda says.....................


"Derma-planning is one of my favorite in-spa treatments treating hyperpigmentation, texture, dry skin, and enlarged pores.   Derma-planning an manual exfoliation technique that removes LAYERS of dead skin cells and peach fuzz hair with a surgical 10 blade for INSTANT results".             

Benefits of derma-planning:

- treats hyperpigmentation

- instantly brightens

- flawless makeup application

- softens skin texture

- non-irritating


Q&A:

Does derma-planning make hair grow back thicker?

NO! Vellus hair (peach fuzz) does not grow back thicker. It’s actually a myth that shaving makes hair grow back thicker. It just feels that way because you’re cutting the hair off at the thickest point, at an angle, so it’s bound to feel rough.

How often will I have to do this treatment?

Derma-planning is best done every 4 weeks. However if you chose to do this once or twice for a special occasion, there is no negative side effects from doing so.


Is it safe for someone with acne?

No. Unfortunately, if you have active breakouts, derma-planning can cause those pustules to open & spread bacteria on your face. Yuck.

Can’t I just shave my face at home?

You could, but It would be nothing like derma-planning.    Derma-planning is an EXFOLIATION service, the hair removal is just a bonus. At home razors are not sharp, or precise enough to remove dead skin effectively.

What about waxing?

Again, derma-planning is an EXFOLIATION service, the hair removal is just a bonus. Facial waxing does provide slight exfoliation, however it pales in comparison to derma-planning.