Dermaplaning is a popular beauty procedure of exfoliating the upper layer of the skin by using a sharp instrument (a dermaplane razor) to gently scrape off dead cells. Dermaplaning is also said to help in reducing fine lines and wrinkles on the face, improves skin texture, fades acne scars, removes blackheads and whiteheads, reduces oil production, lightens blemish marks.
Dermaplaning is an effective technique for getting rid of facial hair in people with sensitive or dry skin. It’s also commonly used for facial rejuvenation by removing fine lines and wrinkles which are caused due to ageing, and I, myself, enjoy using dermaplaning to get a flawless finish for my foundation, so the foundation doesn’t cling to any peach fuzz.
Dermaplaning can be done at home with tools like dermarollers or manually with a dermastamp or dermabrasion tool. Using these tools can help in achieving desired results faster than using manual methods.
Why Should You Try Dermaplaning?
Dermaplaning is a technique that uses a scalpel to remove the top layer of skin, called the stratum corneum. This is done in order to prep the skin for cosmetic treatments. There are numerous benefits of dermaplaning.
If you are still not convinced to give dermaplaning a try, here are some reasons why you should try dermaplaning for yourself:
It’ll remove any lacklustre dead skin cells, by removing dry patches or uneven skin which could look patchy when wearing foundation, or powder. It’s said that dermaplaning over time can help reduce the appearance of fine lines, and acne scarring. It can reduce pore size, and also improve your natural oil production.
One of my own personal favourite benefits of dermaplaning, is how the concept increases the effectivity of your skincare products, as well as removing excess sebum on the surface of the skin. My skincare and makeup products perform so much better after dermaplaning, so I highly recommend giving it a try.