Might Dermaplaning or MicroNeedling Work For You?
Dermaplaning is a type of exfoliation which uses a tiny surgical scalpel to remove dead skin with the added benefit that it also takes care of that annoying peach fuzz that you'd normally wax away. And, while the soft peach fuzz will eventually return, unlike shaving, you do not have to worry about stubby bristles growing in to mar your new dewy complexion. An added benefit of dermaplaning is that with all the dead skin cells it removes, the procedure results in a fresh layer of skin that easily absorbs the skin care creams and cleansers in your daily beauty regimen, allowing them to penetrate more deeply and produce longer lasting results.
Microneedling will also allow topical skincare products to be better absorbed. Minimally invasive, microneedling involves a device called a dermal roller that pricks tiny holds in the skin. This procedure also goes by the name of collagen induction therapy since the serums and mesotherapy products we infuse into the micro holes during the procedure serve to stimulate the formation of collagen as the skin heals. Other benefits of microneedling include an improved flow of blood to the skin, bringing with it skin healthy nutrients. Microneedling also leads to the stimulation of elastin, which like collagen results in tighter firmer skin. Safe for use on all parts of the body, patients often choose microneedling to minimize scars.
For more information on dermaplaning and microneedling, and to find out if you are a good candidate, we invite you to visit our website.