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dermablading treatment

What is Dermablading?

Sometimes, it may be disappointing to pass your hand across your face, and all you feel is dead skin cells. It gets worse when the list of alternatives you have is linked with chemicals. Well, your days of seeing all the imperfections in the mirror are over. You can stop scouring facial products to tackle all your beauty concerns. There is a harmless solution to your problem! Yes! It’s dermablading.


What is Dermablading?

It is a cosmetic treatment involving an exfoliating blade to remove dead skin cells from your face. It is a painless and relatively safe treatment. It is also known as blading or micro planing.

It is claimed that the cosmetic treatment rids your skin of acne scars, dry skin, dull skin, dead skin cells, and uneven pockmarks on your skin.


Dermablading Procedure

This is a painless treatment. You may, however, experience tingling sensations during the session. First, you’ll have to settle down in a chair provided by your licensed esthetician. Sedation is optional, but you may insist if you like. A local anesthetic, a numb spray, or any general anesthesia may be used for sedation.

After sedation, your esthetician may use a manual or electronic dermaplaning tool to exfoliate your skin.

This scraping is done at a 45-degree angle and may continue for an average of about 30-40 minutes.

Take note that This treatment is often done on the face. After the exfoliating, your esthetician may provide you with a soothing substance to be applied to your face. You may also be provided with sunscreen to protect your face from the sun. It is a low-risk procedure that should take no more than an average of one hour in total.


Who is Eligible for Dermablading?

Just about anyone can go for dermablading. All skin types are suitable for dermablading. Persons with mature skins which tend to build up dead cells may opt for it. Persons who have excess vellus hair on their skins may also opt for it.

BUT if you have acne-prone skin, dermablading may not be suitable for you. This is because dermablading involves the removal of vellus hair. Since oil travels from the sebaceous gland to connect with the vellus hair so that it can stand erect, the removal of the hair may cause oil build-ups. This will eventually cause an obstruction of the glands and lead to more severe acne breakouts.


Benefits of Dermablading:

  • Finer and smoother skin
  • Softening of wrinkles
  • Radiant and healthier skin


Dermablading in Plymouth

Before getting a dermablading treatment, you may need to provide your esthetician with information about your medical history. Speak to us at Fresh Medical Aesthetics today about your dermablading. We have licensed estheticians and dermatologists who have an enormous wealth of knowledge and experience to handle your beauty concerns. We desire to restore the brilliance of your skin. Contact us to make an appointment. You are just one call away from perfection. Make the call today! 774-454-4934

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