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Why you need to add Dermaplanning to your regime

Updated: Mar 13

Dermaplaning is an effective and safe exfoliation procedure. It uses a sterile surgical scalpel (we use ONLY disposables here at Tania's beauty Secrets) to shave the surface of the skin to remove excess dead skin and peach fuzz hairs. The procedure is only performed on the face and is not used for shaping the eyebrows, which the hair is much thicker. It is generally a stand alone procedure, but it does create deeper product penetration boosting the products effects. The procedure makes skin look and feel smoother and will reduces the appearance of acne scars.


What are the Benefits of Dermaplaning?

  • Provides deeper product penetration

  • Removes soft facial hair that traps dirt and oils

  • Promotes smoother skin

  • Safe procedure for removing dead skin cells and “peachfuzz”

  • Reduces the appearance of acne scars

  • Diminishes the look of fine lines

  • Works on all skin types

  • Instant results and no downtime


How Often is Dermaplaning Performed?


Dermaplaning is usually performed every three to four weeks. It is good to have the skin complete its normal rejuvenation cycle, which is thirty days, before going back and having the treatment done. The procedure generally will remove between two to three weeks of dead skin from the facial area.

People who suffer from acne or have excess oil should not have dermaplaning performed. The reason why you want to avoid this procedure is because if the hair is removed from the area, the oils may cause bacteria growth which could lead to acne breakouts.


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