If you want the best treatments in the world of beauty, you need to explore your options. Dermaplaning is a facial technique that is relatively unknown, but it’s one that is exciting and effective. Let the experts at Lash Envy walk you through your options for facials in Mesa and book an appointment today!
Dermaplaning is a manual exfoliation technique that removes the top-most layer of dead skin along with fine, vellus hair, more commonly known as peach fuzz, in order to reveal a smoother, brighter complexion. This is the perfect treatment for dull, dry, skin that lacks smoothness and vibrancy. It can be performed monthly with no downtime.
The Dermaplane Facial
This effective facial treatment exfoliates your skin’s surface. This helps you get the best results when combined with one of our facials. This skincare treatment will allow for better product penetration and will leave you with the softest, smoothest, glowing skin you have ever dreamed of!
What Exactly Does the Procedure Entail?
The procedure for dermaplaning is very unique in that a scalpel is used to carefully remove dead skin cells and “peach fuzz.” It may sound scary, but the process itself is simple and effective. The entirety of the session generally only takes about 30-45 minutes.
What Makes Dermaplaning Different from a Peel?
Besides the general nature of the procedure itself, one of the things that sets it apart from other facial techniques is that it doesn’t use any acids or chemicals that some people can have a potentially negative reaction to.
Who Can Have Dermaplaning?
Dermaplaning is something that pretty much anyone can benefit from. The only people that we don’t recommend for the procedure are people experiencing breakouts and men with lots of facial hair. Those with active acne should explore some of our other facial options that will be far more beneficial for them.
What Are the Benefits of dermaplaning?
When dead skin and peach fuzz are removed, you’ll end up with extremely soft and smooth skin. Their removal also allows for beauty products to better penetrate the skin and increase their effectiveness.