Reveal a brighter complexion with dermaplaning at Barrett and Geiss.
What is Dermaplaning?
Dermaplaning, also known as microplaning or dermablading, is a highly effective superficial exfoliation treatment. During this popular procedure, a physician holds a specialized blade at a 45 degree angle to your skin and gently glides it along the surface, manually exfoliating and scraping away the top layer of dead skin cells and vellus hair (better known as “peach fuzz”).
This cosmetic treatment is exceptional at improving skin texture, tone, and appearance for a softer, smoother, and brighter complexion. If you are ready to schedule a dermaplaning treatment in Granville, contact Barrett & Geiss!
If you’re interested in learning more about dermaplaning, read our FAQs section. Our board-certified dermatologists discuss common questions, including how dermaplaning works, the benefits of dermaplaning, and how often you should dermaplane.
Unlike exfoliating peels, dermaplaning uses no chemicals and instead works through manual exfoliation, using a specialized dermaplaning blade to scrape away the top layer of skin. This treatment is incredibly beneficial, as it removes dead skin cells clogging pores and vellus hair contributing to a dull complexion.
Dermaplaning is very beneficial for the skin. This treatment exfoliates away dead skin cells and removes unwanted “peach fuzz,” which can:
For those who do not want a chemical peel or microdermabrasion, dermaplaning can be a simple, non-invasive alternative that delivers exceptional results. Ready to learn more about how dermaplaning can improve your appearance? Schedule a consultation today.
In general, dermaplaning takes around 30 minutes to complete, and there is no treatment downtime, meaning you can resume your regular daily activities immediately after the procedure.
Dermaplaning can certainly help improve the look and feel of stubborn acne scars. Because one of the benefits of dermaplaning is an increase in collagen production, this treatment can help boost the healing of acne scars and skin discoloration.
However, it’s important to note that dermaplaning is generally not recommended for individuals who have active acne lesions or breakouts, as this treatment can further irritate and exacerbate acne symptoms.
We typically recommend several dermaplaning sessions spaced three to four weeks apart, as this delivers the most optimal treatment results. For more long term results, continue visiting Barrett & Geiss for a dermaplaning treatment in Lancaster or Granville on a regular basis.
Interested to see how dermaplaning is performed and how it can benefit your skin? View our dermaplaning photo gallery below to get a better understanding of this popular cosmetic treatment.
Schedule a Dermaplaning Treatment at Barrett & Geiss
Would you like to exfoliate your skin and remove unwanted facial hair? Schedule a dermaplaning treatment in Lancaster or Granville, Ohio. At Barrett & Geiss, our team of experienced providers are here to help you achieve softer, smoother skin and a more radiant complexion with rejuvenating cosmetic procedures.