Dermaplaning can take the place of microdermabrasion as well as chemical peels. For the smoothest looking skin possible, a method called dermaplaning is used. This procedure is performed by gently moving a scalpel over surface layers of the face. It's a non-invasive treatment, and can be performed on its own, or prior to other skin care treatments in order to enhance their effectiveness. Dermaplaning results in smoother facial skin, including the removal of fine facial hair. The procedure is also specifically used to help reduce acne scarring and small lines. By skimming off peach fuzz (which traps dirt and oil) and with the extra exfoliation it provides, dermaplaning enhances the effectiveness of other skin care treatments, helps with product penetration, and allows for a more flawless make-up application.
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