Dermaplaning: How to do
Dermaplaning: How to do "Dermaplaning" at Home

In recent months, dermaplaning has become a very popular method for women of removing facial hair. In a dermatologist setting, an experienced facialist will use a type of scalpel to remove peach fuzz, facial hair, and dead skin cells. But, if you don’t want to shell out a bunch of money or you’re just looking for a quick fix, we’ll show you to dermaplane at home. But, before we get into all of that, let’s take a quick look at what dermaplaning is, who it benefits, and what exactly it does for your skin.

In short, dermaplaning is an exfoliating treatment that involves the use of a small scalpel or facial razor to help remove facial hair, peach fuzz, dead skin cells, and more. If you have sensitive skin, or you’re apprehensive about trying this at home, we recommend you visit a dermatologist that specializes in dermaplaning. Dermaplaning on a regular basis can improve skin texture, prevent breakouts and wrinkles, and also leave skin super soft. After just one treatment, you’ll quickly notice.

What Are the Benefits of Dermaplaning?

As mentioned above, dermaplaning removes dead skin cells and peach fuzz to reveal softer, smoother skin. Removing dead skin cells and peach fuzz ensures that your skin care products can penetrate the skin more easily, but will also make your makeup look a lot less cakey. When you have peach fuzz and dead skin cells sitting on the skin and you apply makeup, it can look cakey. But with dermaplaning, the application will be smooth and perfect, and that’s one of the big reasons why it’s become increasingly popular.

  • Softer, smoother skin.
  • Removes peach fuzz and facial hair.
  • Gets rid of dead skin cells.
  • Reveals brighter skin.
  • Helps to prevent breakouts.
  • Great for aging skin.

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