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The expression “peach fuzz” may sound cute, but in reality, this is not the case.

Peach fuzz (formally called vellus hair) is the unwanted fine hair that grows on our face, chin, and neck. If not removed, it can ruin your appearance. Peach fuzz traps oil, dirt, and toxins in the skin, causing your skin to look dull and tired. Acne outbreaks may increase too, especially if your skin is oily.

Dermaplaning is an excellent procedure that can remove peach fuzz and clear your skin of any accumulated dust, dirt, and dead skin cells. Visit us at Beautifully New for dermaplaning. Our professionals are renowned across Park Ridge, Illinois, for their exceptional service and friendly attitude.

What Is Dermaplaning?

Dermaplaning is a gentle skin treatment that is designed to get rid of accumulated dirt, toxins, oil, hair, and dead cells from the skin. A special dermaplaning tool is used to clear away impurities from your skin, freeing your pores and rejuvenating your skin.

Once you undergo dermaplaning, your skin looks smoother, softer, and blemish-free. The old dermal cells are cleared off and the younger, healthier-looking skin is visible.

At Beautifully New, our team of specialists has extensive experience with dermaplaning. You can put your skin’s health in their hands.

How Often Should You Undergo Dermaplaning?

The human skin sheds and your dead skin cells will start clogging-up your pores within 2 to 3 weeks of undergoing the dermaplaning procedure. Your peach fuzz too will start re-growing about a week after the treatment.

Ideally, you should consider scheduling a second dermaplaning treatment about 4 weeks after the first session. This way, you can limit the accumulation of debris in your skin and retain your youthful, clear skin.

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Scheduling Your Dermaplaning Procedure at Beautifully New

You should consult our head medspa specialist Danielle Oyasu if you have:

  • Extensive acne
  • Keloids
  • Skin conditions like rashes & infections
  • Sunburns
  • Facial burns or injuries

These conditions may worsen because of the dermaplaning and it’s better to wait a few days until they heal to schedule the procedure. Danielle can advise you about the right way to proceed. You can schedule the procedure either by a phone call or email. You can even visit our Park Ridge medspa for a consultation.

Dermaplaning is a great procedure for people with all skin types.

You can schedule a dermaplaning treatment if you have:

  • Dry skin
  • Excessive facial hair
  • Scarred skin (from acne scars)
  • Sun-damaged and hyperpigmented skin
  • Skin with mild lines, folds, and wrinkles

The Dermaplaning Process We Follow

The dermaplaning process at Beautifully New starts with skin cleansing. We first remove any makeup, using a skin-friendly cleanser. Next, we exfoliate your skin using an agent that removes any dust, dirt, and oil build-up on your skin. This deep cleansing will free your pores and get you ready for dermaplaning.

Next, we use the specialized dermaplaning scalpel to remove the unwanted hair and dead skin from your face. Our specialists will gently scrape-off these unwanted layers from your skin, ensuring there are no cuts. We always use a fresh scalpel for each patient, and the device is sterilized to get rid of any microbes.

The process of dermaplaning can take up to one hour. The procedure is completely pain-free and doesn’t cause any irritation or discomfort. We will start with one part of your face and then work our way down to your chin and neck. Delicate areas like under the eyes, around the mouth, and your nose are planned with care. Once the peach fuzz and other debris are removed, we apply a very gentle lotion onto your skin. This lotion will make your skin softer and will soothe it. The dermaplaning procedure gives instantaneous results and you’ll immediately look younger and feel very beautiful.

Can I Replicate the Procedure at Home?

These days, you get dermaplaning DIY kits in the market. Sure, you can do the procedure at home, but, is it advisable?

Your skin may erupt with acne and rashes or other conditions anytime. Since you are not a professional in this field, you may not be able to judge whether dermaplaning yourself will worsen your condition or not. Often, some patients forget to follow the right hygiene and safety practices while dermaplaning at home, resulting in complications like skin infections and acne flare-ups.

When you visit a certified specialist for dermaplaning, you ensure that your skin is in trusted hands. Our team of qualified medspa professionals at Beautifully New has extensive experience providing skincare treatments (specifically dermaplaning) to patients with all skin types. We implement benchmarked hygiene and safety practices to ensure you get the best results.

Visit us today for a safe treatment.

Your Skin After the Dermaplaning Procedure

Dermaplaning is a very safe procedure. You may experience mild redness or inflammation, but this will go away in a few hours. The lotion we apply at the end of the treatment is designed to reduce this redness and inflammation. It also contains special antibacterial ingredients that protect your skin.

You can return to your normal routine after the procedure. We will provide the skin care regime you should follow for the next few days.

Plan a Visit!

Come experience beautifully natural results for yourself. Visit us at our convenient Park Ridge location for all your aesthetic needs. We can’t wait to meet you!

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