Dermaplaning: A Lunch Hour Skin Brightener
If you’re a fan of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, you probably recall Caroline Manzo mentioning something that is rarely discussed amongst women – shaving your face.
Yes, for many women, particularly those of Southern European or Middle-Eastern ethnicity, shaving is common to remove facial hair. Moustaches, side burns, and chin hair can sprout at even a young age. No, it is nothing like the male version. You won’t ever get a 5 o’clock shadow. 100% woman, Caroline Manzo is not ashamed to admit that she “shaves” regularly.
There’s more to the story when it comes to shaving the face. In fact, dermatologists and estheticians commonly run a razor over facial skin to get rid of dead skin cells and peach fuzz. It is known as Dermaplaning, and is a highly popular, manual exfoliation treatment that can rejuvenate the skin – leaving it smooth, soft, and brightened – fresh for serums, creams, lotions, and potions to have maximum effect.
Dermaplaning can be performed as a solo treatment, or in conjunction with other procedures such as facials and peels to enhance their effectiveness. It works on all skin types, and instantly brightens dull skin and removes unsightly facial fuzz, and the hair doesn’t grow back thicker after dermaplaning. This treatment can be performed every three to four weeks or as needed and takes less than an hour.
So, if your face is starting to resemble a large peach, most likely due to genetics and hormones, it’s time to de-fuzz. You will feel so much better, and your make up will look amazing.
While women frequently choose dermaplaning as a method of removing facial hair, both men and women can benefit from the treatment because of the enhanced penetration of a home skincare regime, and minimizing acne scars and fine lines.
Safe and effective, dermaplaning is an excellent facial treatment when you want to instantly look smooth and refreshed. Is it right for you? Contact the Paradise Valley Skin Klinic to learn more.