How dermaplaning works to improve the skin’s appearance and health?

How dermaplaning works to improve the skin’s appearance and health?

Dermaplaning is a popular skin treatment that has gained attention in recent years for its ability to improve the overall appearance and health of the skin. It involves an experienced professional using a surgical scalpel to gently scrape away dead skin cells, peach fuzz, and other types of debris from the skin’s surface.

But how exactly does dermaplaning treatment achieve these results? Let’s look at how dermaplaning improves the skin’s appearance and health and why many of our patients at Khrom Dermatology MedSpa and Wellness Florida of Coral Springs, Florida, choose this procedure.

How does dermaplaning improve the skin?

Dermaplaning is a skin care treatment that offers several benefits for the skin, making it a reliable and popular choice among patients in the Coral Springs, Florida, area looking to improve their complexion. One of the main ways dermaplaning improves the skin is by exfoliating away dead skin cells and impurities on the surface of the skin. This allows new, healthy skin cells to come to the surface, giving the skin a smoother and more radiant appearance. Additionally, removing dead skin cells can also prevent clogged pores and help improve the overall texture of the skin.

Another desirable benefit of the dermaplaning treatment is that it effectively removes “peach fuzz” or vellus hair, which can trap dirt and oil on the skin’s surface. By removing this hair, the skin is left feeling smoother and cleaner. Patients also love that topical products are absorbed better into the skin and cosmetics, such as foundation, are applied smoother and provide more coverage.

Am I a candidate for dermaplaning?

The best way to determine if a patient is a proper candidate for dermaplaning and other aesthetic skin treatments at Khrom Dermatology MedSpa and Wellness Florida is to start with a consultation appointment with the team. Call (954) 688-9677 to request a visit to our office at 12462 West Atlantic Boulevard. The practice is open to new and returning patients in Coral Springs, Florida, and beyond.