These things can make themselves known, of course, in the form of wrinkles, fine lines and scarring and, although you may not know it, their emergence can sometimes be the result of excess buildup of dead skin cells on our face. The presence of these no-longer-useful cells can also contribute to the regularity with which we suffer from untimely breakouts and, all in all, just make our skin look and feel a lot worse than it needs to.
With dermaplaning, Dr Rasha offers all of her patients a largely pain-free and rapid method of achieving smoother, brighter and less aged-looking skin. As a form of treatment designed to eliminate some of the primary causes of many common skin conditions, dermaplaning can also remove the vellus hair – or peach fuzz – that can appear very visibly on our faces.
How does dermaplaning work?
Dermaplaning is the process by which dead skin cells and peach fuzz are scraped away from the top layer of the skin with the use of an exfoliating blade. Post-winter, when skin congestion is more likely to reveal itself as an issue, dermaplaning is the ideal treatment for helping patients achieve a radiant glow just in time for the new season. Working with a fine instrument, Dr Rasha will delicately remove tissue that can have a detrimental impact on the skin’s condition and complexion, restoring an even tone and texture in the process.
Healthier skin can also lead to an increase in the effectiveness of skincare products, with the elimination of dead skin cells making it easier for the skin to absorb all these products’ condition-enhancing qualities.
Am I suitable for dermaplaning?
As dermaplaning is suitable for all skin types, patients need no longer put up with the confidence-sapping effects of compromised skin and unsightly areas of facial hair. Highly effective in reducing the visibility of fine lines, wrinkles and scarring, as well as the frequency of breakouts, dermaplaning should only be avoided if patients suffer from sensitive skin, active acne or rosacea.
Dermaplaning’s lack of downtime also makes it ideal for those who lead busier lives, although patients are advised to follow Dr Rasha’s aftercare advice to the letter to avoid complications.
Dermaplaning to suit you
Before commencing your dermaplaning treatment, the team at Dr Rasha Clinic will hold a thorough consultation with you. During this comprehensive meeting, they will be able to build a treatment plan to suit your individual needs and allow you to ask any questions you may have about the procedure. To book your dermaplaning consultation, visit Dr Rasha’s website today. Brighter skin is only a click away.