Scratching the surface of the skin an anti-aging exfoliation treatment designed to help us look younger. Dry Dull and damaged skin can detract from your overall appearance and confidence. Oftentimes, when skin is dry moisturizers have trouble penetrating through the tough outer layer, rendering topical treatments ineffective.
The most refined option in skin resurfacing, dermaplaing at The Oaks at Goodwood Medical Spa is a non invasive treatment which uses a surgical blade to precisely remove the top layers of dead skin and hair to reveal the luminescent skin underneath.
Dermaplaing is completely natural, simply removing layers of dead skin. In addition to luminous skin rejuvenation, dermaplaing also reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Dermaplaning has been around for the last 35 years also referred to as epidermal leveling, dermaplaning is a procedure that involves scraping of the skin at a 45- degree angle using a scalpel like device called a dermablade, or dermatome, to remove the uppermost layer of dead skin cells. It is a physical exfoliation that, unlike a scrub or microdermabrasion, provides the added benefit of removing vellus hair, often referred to as peach fuzz, from the face.
There are many benefits to dermaplaning. Once clients enter their 30s, the natural cell turnover process begins to slow down, causing a layer of dead skin cells on the surface. This buildup accentuates the appearance of wrinkles, dulls the skin, and results in makeup looking cakey. Clinical research suggests that men who shave every day look younger longer.
Daily shaving removes not only hair but also dead skin cells. The removal of the skin barrier also allows for even and increased penetration of active ingredients in both treatments and homecare products, which makes dermaplaning an excellent service to enhance the effectiveness of chemical peels and laser procedures.
Dermaplaing is recommended every four to six weeks, there is no down-time and is considered a lunch time procedure and make up can be applied immediately afterwards.