Our skin is our greatest asset. It blocks harmful toxins, retains moisture, and keeps our body functioning. But sometimes, despite the best intentions, it betrays us in the worst ways. Like sprouting a pimple on picture day. Or becoming dry and flaky. Or having a dull, unhealthy appearance. When we face these dilemmas, we're often left wondering: will my skin ever recover?
Enter your skin's best defense against its harshest opponents: dermaplaning. But what is dermaplaning? In short, it's the process of using a sharp angled blade to gently remove dead cells and hair (or “peach fuzz”) from the skin's surface. By doing so, you can reduce the appearance of scars, remove excess oil and brighten skin to reveal a healthier, smoother look.
But the benefits don't stop there: products penetrate deeper for improved effects. Makeup applies smoother for an effortless finish. Even the downtime is minor - squeeze in a quick treatment during lunch or anytime you have 30 minutes to spare. However, don't do it during active breakouts, irritated flare-ups or if you have open wounds. Otherwise, dermaplaning is safe for almost any skin type.