FAQs About Dermaplaning
- Posted on: Mar 15 2019
If you never thought that you would pay to have someone rub a scalpel across your face, then think again. Dermaplaning is one of the most popular procedures that we offer patients here at Form Medical Spa and it does just that; uses a scalpel to remove dead skin and peach fuzz from the face. The results? Smoother, more vibrant skin. But what else is there to know about this treatment? Let’s take a closer look at the answers to some frequently asked questions.
Why Is Dermaplaning So Popular?
Exfoliating your skin— especially during the winter— is a great way to get rid of dead skin while revealing smoother, healthier skin in the process. And although there are tons of treatments out there that can help give you these results, dermaplaning is one of the only ones that won’t leave you with red or irritated skin.
What Does Dermaplaning Feel Like?
Most people actually say that dermaplaning is really relaxing which is always a plus. We describe the sensation of dermaplaning as a credit card gently being brushed across your skin. So although it won’t feel like a tickle, it’s definitely far from painful.
Is Dermaplaning Safe To Do While I’m Pregnant?
If you are pregnant then you know that there is a whole list of procedures that you can’t do because they aren’t sfe. Luckily, dermaplaning isn’t one of them. Because there aren’t any chemicals used during this procedure and because the procedure itself does not require any sort of medication, there really is nothing harmful about it.
What Is Recovery Like from Dermaplaning?
One of the biggest benefits of dermaplaning is that there is no recovery or downtime required. Yes, you read that right— there is no downtime or recovery involved which means that you can come into our office on your lunch break and go right back to work afterward without missing a beat.
Are you ready to take the next steps to learn more about dermaplaning? If so, contact us at our Cottonwood Heights or City Creek office today and call us at 801-513-FACE.
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