If you have visited your plastic surgeon, dermatologist or skin care specialist in the past year, chances are you have heard of the newest skincare craze, “dermaplaning”. This technique is the latest and greatest in professional skincare treatments and has become one of the most popular procedures in cosmetic centers everywhere! Dermaplaning is a favorite among pros and patients because it is a quick, painless, and effective treatment that can produce immediate results with no recovery time.

How Does Dermaplaning Work?

After cleansing the skin, your trained esthetician uses a scalpel to gently scrape away the dead cells on the surface of the skin as well as remove any peach fuzz or fine facial hair. This process leaves the skin smooth and glowing after just one treatment. Dermaplaning is often combined with a light chemical peel to enhance the treatment’s exfoliation. This treatment combination is recommended every four weeks and involves no discomfort or downtime.

What are the benefits of Dermaplaning?

  1. Promotes smoother skin
  2. Removes soft facial hair
  3. Enhances the effectiveness of other skincare treatments such as chemical peels by providing deeper product penetration
  4. Reduces fine lines and wrinkles
  5. Produces immediate results with NO downtime or extensive peeling
  6. Reduces the appearance of sun damage and hyperpigmentation
  7. Is quick, painless and indicated for all skin types and concerns
  8. Allows an even and flawless application of make-up and foundation
  9. Promotes product absorption of all at-home skincare
  10. Improves overall skin health and appearance.

If you have not already experienced this amazing skin care treatment, I suggest you do so ASAP! It is the skincare “game changer” that will allow you to achieve the beautiful, youthful skin you have always desired.

Call 312-988-9300 today to schedule a Dermaplaning treatment.

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