What is Dermaplaning?
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What is Dermaplaning? Haley Williams
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Dermaplaning is the latest exfoliation technique that is taking the esthetics world by storm.  But what is it? 

Dermaplaning is a safe and effective way to rejuvenate the overall appearance of your skin. There are many benefits of dermaplaning that improves the health of the skin. The process of dermaplaning is one of sloughing off dead skin cells and stubborn vellus hair for newer, younger skin cells to be revealed. 

This allows the active ingredients in skincare products to penetrate deeper to achieve healthier skin.  Your esthetician will use a specialized instrument designed to scrape away the vellus hair and accumulated dead skin cells that dull the appearance of your skin.  The treatment is noninvasive and painless with immediate results!  

Besides getting rid of vellus hair, there are many other benefits from this treatment:

    - Removes dead skin cells

    - minimizes scars from acne or sun damage

    - smooths the skin

    - reduces appearance of large pores and pigmentation

    - releases clogged pores

    - stimulates new skin cells and collagen

    - makeup glides on easily for a flawless application

At Skincare by Gabriela, our dermaplaning facials can be as short as 30 minutes or as long as 75 minutes. Some of our dermaplaning facials include extractions, facial masks, infusions with our latest nanotechnology, light therapies, and/or chemical peels.  The best part of this treatment is that there is no downtime! You will leave our facility feeling soft, smooth, and glowing!  You can go right back to work or school to resume your regularly scheduled activities.  It is however advised to stay out of the sun after this treatment.  

Dermaplaning is ideal for women of all skin types,  colors, and ages.  The best candidate is someone who is in good overall health and interested in improving the health and appearance of their skin.  However, if you are recovering from a previous skin procedure or are being treated for any unresolved facial skin conditions, it is advised to postpone this treatment. Dermaplaning is recommended every 4 weeks to maintain your results.  If you want to achieve smoother, brighter, and glowing skin, dermaplaning is just the right treatment for you!

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