Epidermal Leveling also known as Dermaplaning or Blading
What is Epidermal Leveling?
- Dermaplaning (Dermaplaning) is a simple and safe procedure for exfoliating the epidermis and ridding the skin of fine vellus hair (peach fuzz).
- Using a scalpel and a delicate touch, the provider simply abrades the surface of the skin using light feathering strokes.
What are the benefits of Epidermal Leveling ?
1) Promotes smoother skin, refines and refreshes dull, lifeless skin.
2) Removes soft facial hair that traps dirt and oil.
3) Dermaplanning enhances the effectiveness of other skincare treatments such as chemical peels and customized mask by providing deeper product penetration.
4) Reduces recent acne scars
5) Reduces fine lines
6) Produces immediate results with no downtime
Is Epidermal Leveling right for my skin type?
All skin types may benefit from dermaplanning. A dermaplane is not recommended if you have active acne or an excessive production of sebaceous gland oil.
How often should I have this procedure?
This treatment is recommended once a month for the best results.
Will my facial hair grow back thicker?
No. This is physiologically impossible. There are two types of hair that grow on your body. Vellus hair, which when cut or removed will grow back the same size and shape, therefore, the main structure of vellus hair does not change and is not altered by dermaplanning. Terminal hair however, is physiologically coarse. When this hair type is cut it will always grow back coarse. Dermaplanning is designed to treat the vellus hair which is located on the face. Once vellus hair is cut it will maintain a blunt edge and this blunt edge will not physiologically alter the hair itself.
A favorite in the entertainment industry, specifically among models and actresses as it eliminates that annoying peach fuzz that cakes up in makeup.