Éminence Organic Skin Care

Right now, in this very moment, you (yes, you) have layers upon layers of dead skin cells just chillin’ on your face, contributing to some of your most annoying skin issues: dullness, wrinkles, breakouts, you name it. Don’t freak—it’s totally natural, and by the grace of the skincare gods, you also have a ton of options to get rid of them, the most trendy of them being dermaplaning.

You’ve probably heard of dermaplaning before, or at least seen some crazy-looking videos on it, but if you’re still in the “wait, what is that?” camp, here’s the breakdown:

Dermaplaning is an exfoliating treatment that involves a licensed medical aesthetician gently scraping the surface of your skin with a surgical scalpel to remove dead skin and peach fuzz. So, basically, it’s like shaving your face.


Dermaplaning is an exfoliating treatment that involves a licensed medical aesthetician gently scraping the surface of your skin with a surgical scalpel to remove dead skin and peach fuzz. So, basically, it’s like shaving your face. Get rid of that peach fuzz on your face and get luminous, glowing skin with Rejuvalase’s dermaplane facial. First, your esthetician will review and cleanse your skin. Next comes dermaplaning. She will use a medical-grade scalpel to gently scrape across the surface of your skin to remove dead skin and vellus hairs on the face and lightly exfoliate the skin’s surface. Moisturizer, serums, and sunblock put the finishing touches on this fantastic facial.

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What is Dermaplaning?

Dermaplaning is an exfoliating cosmetic treatment that utilizes a sterile surgical scalpel to shave the skin’s surface to remove excess dead skin and peach fuzz (vellus hairs) from the face. Your esthetician will hold the scalpel at a 45-degree angle and scrape it across the skin to remove the peach fuzz and skin cells.


What Are The Benefits of Dermaplaning?

  • Promotes smoother, more youthful-looking skin
  • Eliminates the peach fuzz (vellus hair) that traps dirt and oils
  • Better penetration and absorption of skincare product
  • Increases the effectiveness of acne treatments
  • Reduces the appearance of acne scars
  • Delivers instant results with no downtime

Does Dermaplaning Hurt?

No. It feels like a gentle scratching across your face. It is a similar sensation to shaving other parts of your body.


Before Treatment

  • Do not use Retin-A or other exfoliating creams 24 to 72 hours (1 to 3 days) before your treatment;
  • Avoid sun tanning or tanning creams/sprays for at least a week before treatment;
  • You must NOT have recently had laser surgery or used Accutane;
  • Candidates who have had a recent chemical peel or other skin procedure, such as collagen injections, should wait two to three weeks before undergoing dermaplaning;
  • Prospective clients should also refrain from waxing or tanning the skin to be treated for a few weeks before microdermabrasion treatment;
  • Wash your face and neck with a non-oily, non-soap based cleanser before each scheduled treatment; and
  • If you are prone to getting cold sores, begin taking medication for cold sores on the day of treatment.

After Treatment

  • Keep the new skin clean and moisturized;
  • Anti-inflammatory creams or cold compresses may be used as necessary;
  • Use a gentle cleanser;
  • Trauma such as scratching or picking the treated area should be avoided;
  • It is important to avoid irritating the treated skin with harsh chemicals, rubbing or tanning for one week;
  • Although some peeling may occur in the treated areas, moisturizer should help minimize this effect;
  • Avoid staying in the sun for at least seven (7) days after the microdermabrasion treatment to prevent UV rays from damaging your skin which slows down the recovery;
  • Client’s who absolutely cannot avoid sun exposure should use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher;
  • Do not use glycolic, alpha hydroxy, beta hydroxy, retinol, benzoyl peroxide, or topical acne medications for 24-48 hours following treatment;
  • You may resume prescription retinoid products (Retin A, Renova, Tretinoin, Avita, Alustra or other brands of Tretinoin and other prescription retinoid products (Adapalene, Avage, Differin, Tazorac, Tazarotene) 3 – 7 days after last microdermabrasion treatment or as instructed by your treatment provider.

Follow Up

The frequency and number of treatments required to achieve your desired outcome completely depend upon the condition of your skin. For optimal dramatic and sustainable results, additional treatments may be recommended. However, one treatment can refresh the skin!

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