5 Things About Dermaplaning You Have To Experience For Yourself
Face shaving — genius or crazy? You might have heard about dermaplaning or maybe it was offered to you during your facial appointment, but do you know what it really is? Dermaplaning or shaving the peach fuss on your face has proven its worth in the skincare community. Have you tried it yet? Here are 5 things about dermaplaning you need to experience for yourself...
What is Dermaplaning?
Dermaplaning is a method of exfoliating the skin by shaving the face with a scalpel tool called dermaplane blade to remove dirt and peach fuss. This was first introduced as an in-office procedure but was quickly adapted for home use. As scary as it sounds, this procedure is safe and will not make facial hair grow rough and thicker. The concept for this exfoliation method is to scrape off the outer layer of the skin where dirt, blackheads, and dead skin cells reside. The result will leave you with supple and smooth skin.
5 Benefits of Dermaplaning You Need to Experience
#1 Remove Peach Fuzz
Peach fuzz or fine facial hairs are mostly invisible but can surprisingly make the skin look and feel smoother when removed. If you’re thinking. “Will it make my facial hair grow thicker and rougher?” -- the answer is NO. Dermaplaning does not reach down the hair follicle, making it impossible to grow back darker and thicker.
#2 Makeup Glides on Smoothly
Dermaplaning can make the skin complexion brighter and smoother. This in turn, makes make-up glide smoother and easier. You won’t have to worry about your facial hair sticking out on your foundation since your face will be clear of peach fuzz and dead skin cells.
#3 Exfoliates and Cleanse Pores
The dermaplane blade can effectively exfoliate the skin by skimming dead skin cells, dirt, excess oil, and other debris that the skin does not need. Dermaplaning uses this technique of scraping the skin from dead skin cells to regenerate new skin cells.
#4 Rejuvenate the Skin
Dermaplaning also has rejuvenating benefits. Because you remove the peach fuzz and dead skin cells, dark spots can appear lighter and even out hyperpigmentation giving you a fresher and brighter complexion. Also, dermaplaning can stimulate new collagen production that makes the skin supple and glowing.
#5 Fight Fine Lines and Wrinkles
Since dermaplaning helps with the production of collagen, wrinkles, fine lines, and early signs of aging are minimized. When done properly, you will notice that the skin will repair itself, a factor in keeping your skin young and supple.
How to Dermaplane
Step 1: Wash your face and pat dry
Step 2: Apply oil or serum (optional)
Step 3: Use the dermaplane tool in a downward motion. Skip the nose and eyelid area
Check out this video from TikTok user @caressmd:
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Will you be trying dermaplaning too?