Here’s All You Need to Know About Dermaplaning From Home

July 16, 2020

The current situation has most people stuck at home. However, women are still determined to get their hands on high-quality beauty products. Right now, with beauty shops and spas closed, they need a quick fix. Dermaplaning has become quite popular, since you can do it from your home. Dermaplaning is a face hair removal method that also exfoliates uneven patches of skin. 

At-Home Dermaplaning

Dermaplaning uses a tiny blade to remove facial hair and dead skin cells. The procedure is painless, leaving you with a soft and hairless look. As a result, the beauty products you use will penetrate much deeper than was previously possible. According to a popular facialist, Georgia Louise, the next few days after dermaplaning, you will probably obsess about how smooth your facial skin has become.

Before this uncertain period came about, Georgia Louise provided dermaplaning services at her West Hollywood and New York establishments. Dara Levy is the founder of Dermaflash. The company is the manufacturer of a dermaplaning tool that can be used from home. Levy points out the ability of this treatment to drastically reduce fine facial lines and wrinkles, as well as enhance facial skin tone and smoothness.

Side Effects of Dermaplaning at Home

The sensation is sandpapery and tickly, although not painful. As long as the process is done correctly, you can safely do it yourself without any significant side effects. The skin could seem somewhat pink for a few hours following the treatment, although that should lessen in a couple of minutes. 

Dermaplaning Frequency 

It is best to dermaplane every three to four weeks. Hair will regrow, and dead skin will ultimately build back up, so you will have to continue with the treatment to sustain its effects. You can consult an esthetician to assist you in coming up with a schedule, depending on your preferences and skincare objectives. 

Every time you go through the process, you are getting rid of dead skin cells for approximately two to three weeks. You do not want to utilize it too regularly because you should steer clear of over-exfoliating the skin and damaging the protective outer layer of the skin, which could result in sensitivity and inflammation.

Does Dermaplaning Thicken Your Hair?

Dermaplaning does not make your facial hair regrow darker or thicker. Levy states that this is the most commonly asked question in her line of work. As shown in clinical trials, this is a myth that has been in existence for generations. The only thing that can affect the growth of hair is hormones. Dermaplaning eliminates the fuzz above the skin’s surface but does not change the texture, color, or growth of that hair.

Is Dermaplaning Face Hair Removal Suitable for Everyone?

The professionals agree that those with facial lesions or irritation of any sort – such as severe eczema, cold sores, rosacea, or pustular acne – should avoid dermaplaning. The treatment also exempts those that are sunburned or windburned. If you have open sores or active acne, do not utilize the gadget until the elevated marks or pimples have subsided. You should also avoid dermaplaning if you are on Accutane.

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Andi Perullo de Ledesma

I am Andi Perullo de Ledesma, a Chinese Medicine Doctor and Travel Photojournalist in Charlotte, NC. I am also wife to Lucas and mother to Joaquín. Follow us as we explore life and the world one beautiful adventure at a time.

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