in Scottsdale, AZ
One of the most common reasons for men and women to undergo cosmetic treatments is to improve aspects of their facial appearance. While there are numerous plastic surgery procedures available to help correct age-related skin concerns, such as facelift surgery, blepharoplasty, and brow lift surgery, these options do not always address surface-level concerns, like tone and texture irregularities or pore size.
Dermaplaning is a safe, nonsurgical skin care treatment that helps minimize surface-level facial imperfections by exfoliating facial skin while promoting cellular turnover and collagen production. This helps you achieve a more youthful and clearer complexion.
What Can Dermaplaning Treat?
Whether you suffer from mild skin imperfections on the face or more severe blemishes, dermaplaning can address the following issues to give you the facial skin you desire:
- Clogged pores
- Acne scars
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Peach fuzz
- Rough skin texture
- Skin dryness
- Pigmentation issues
- Age spots
- Sun damage
Besides the significant results you can achieve, one of the best aspects of dermaplaning is that there is no required downtime. After your procedure, you will likely experience some redness in the treated area as well as some itchiness and tenderness to the skin. These side effects should dissipate after one or two days. Additionally, your skin will be sensitive to the sun. Because of this, it is important that you limit sun exposure and wear sunscreen during the days following your dermaplaning procedure.
In very rare cases, patients have experienced slight scarring from this procedure, but dermaplaning generally does not result in any scars on the treated skin. In fact, one of the reasons for undergoing a dermaplaning procedure is to minimize the appearance of scars on the face.
Dermaplaning is a pain-free treatment that helps you achieve smoother, tighter, and more youthful facial skin.
Dermaplaning cost varies for each patient and is dependent on numerous factors, including the extent of correction needed and whether or not the treatment is being combined with other procedures. At your consultation, your provider will provide you with a cost estimate for your dermaplaning treatment.