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Dermaplaning is a cosmetic procedure that involves the use of a small, sterile blade to gently scrape off the top layer of dead skin cells and fine hairs (peach fuzz) on the face. This process is also known as epidermal leveling or blading.

The procedure is performed by our licensed aestheticians. During the procedure, the skin is first cleansed, and then the blade is used at a 45-degree angle to gently scrape the skin in short, light strokes. This removes the dead skin cells and fine hairs, revealing smoother, brighter, and more youthful-looking skin.

Dermaplaning is generally considered safe and has minimal side effects. Some people may experience temporary redness or sensitivity after the procedure, but this typically subsides within a few hours. It is not recommended for those with active acne or certain skin conditions, and those with darker skin tones may need to take extra precautions as dermaplaning can sometimes cause hyperpigmentation.

Dermaplaning is often used as a preparatory treatment for other cosmetic procedures, such as chemical peels, and can be done on its own as a way to improve the overall appearance and texture of the skin. It is typically recommended to have the procedure done every 4-6 weeks for optimal results.

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