Want to have baby smooth skin on your face?? Of course you do!!!!!
By the Askanesthetician's Blog Post
If you have a lot of fine facial hair perhaps you have wondered what the best way was to get rid of it? Or have you ever considered why you shave your legs but don't use a razor on your face? Have you heard of dermaplaning and always thought "what the heck is that?". I hope this post will clear up all that confusion.
What Is Dermaplaning?
LNE & Spa magazine, which I read exclusively online, had an article back in November, 2011 all about dermaplaning, called, appropriately enough - Dermaplaning. In the article the author Tina Zillman talks both about the technique of dermaplaning and what it does for the skin:
Within the medical community (particularly plastic surgeons), dermaplaning is viewed as a noninvasive surgical procedure that can essentially strip away dead skin to improve the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and acne scars. The technique may be used synonymously with dermabrasion (not to be mistaken for microdermabrasion) on many medical websites and patents - hence the name "derma," relating to the dermis, and "planing" from the word plane that refers to a tool used to smooth a surface. The most commonly used tool is a type of scalpel, a surgeon's tool that can cause irreversible damage if used improperly. ...
From an esthetic perspective, dermaplaning has been performed with a scalpel or a disposable safety razor. Some practices may advertise dermaplaning as an exfoliation treatment, while others use the procedure for hair removal.
Dermaplaning is an ideal treatment for women with fine (otherwise known as vellus) hair all over their faces. The growth of this type of hair, which can appear like a light fuzz on the face, can make the application of make-up difficult and occurs for many women as they undergo menopause and experience hormonal changes. Removing this hair with laser or IPL treatments is not a viable option for many since the hair can be white or blonde and the light then cannot capture it for effective hair removal. Once again, according to the LNE & Spa article:
Hormonal changes in women affect the skin and body, and esthetic dermaplaning essentially shaves vellus hair from the face. Aside from the loss of elasticity, skin thinning and dryness, vellus hair on the face becomes a visible problem on middle-aged women. ... Facial waxing is still a common practice for the removal of this hair, but the procedure is prone to many problems. The hair is so fine that gentle facial waxes may not pick it all up, and a mature women's skin may be susceptible to burning and tearing. Combine these variables with exfoliation treatments, cosmeceutical skin care product use at home, and/or use of certain prescription drugs-and the risk of damaging the skin and causing discomfort is even greater.
Call Chenal Skin Care 223-4044. Make an appointment for a Dermaplane so you can have glowing smooth skin for Valentine's Day. It is a relaxing painless procedure. You will love it. Virginia