Dermaplaning in Naperville, IL
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What is Dermaplaning?
An esthetician uses a small razor, called a dermatome, to exfoliate the skin while also removing small, fine vellus hair. This treatment may also lighten dark areas on your skin and reduce the appearance of acne scars and dull skin. Dermaplaning can be used alone or combined with other aesthetic services.
What are the benefits of Dermaplaning?
- Removes peach fuzz from the face
- Helps lightly exfoliate the skin
- Increases absorption of topical products
- Diminishes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
- Primes skin for chemical peels
What should I expect after Dermaplaning?
After your dermaplaning treatment, you may experience some redness, but you won’t need to plan any downtime to recover. Some patients notice their skin shows a visible difference immediately after the treatment, but normally it takes a few days to discover the complete results. Dermaplaning clears three weeks of dead skin cells and results typically begin to fade after the three-week mark. After your treatment, you’ll need to avoid sun exposure.
How to care for your skin immediately after a Dermaplaning procedure?
- Avoid sun exposure and wear SPF
- Limit makeup use
- Apply gentle moisturizers
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