How Dermaplaning Removes Dead Skin and Peach Fuzz From Your Face

Clarus Dermatology is offering a new way to exfoliate your facial skin. Our Skin Technician April is now performing a treatment called dermaplaning, which involves gently “shaving” the top-most layer of dead skin and fine, vellus hair (aka peach fuzz) off of the face.

Clarus Dermatology is offering a new way to exfoliate your skin. Our Skin Technician April is now performing a treatment called dermaplaning, which involves gently “shaving” the top-most layer of dead skin and fine, vellus hair (aka peach fuzz) off of the face.

Take a look at the images in this post to get an idea of how much dead skin and peach fuzz can be removed from your face in just a single treatment. Along with removing the soft facial hair that can trap dirt and oils, dermaplaning also allows for your skin care products to provide deeper penetration.

Other benefits of dermaplaning include diminishing the appearance of fine lines and triggering your cell’s regeneration process. As you can see in the After image (which was immediately taken following the treatment), the results are instant and there’s no downtime.

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