Bye Bye Peach Fuzz

ImageDermaplaning has been around for decades, but experts say there’s been a renewed interest in dermaplaning over the last few years because the Real Housewives. Alex McCord once mentioned it on the show a few years ago and it experienced a resurgence. Some think dermaplaning is “shaving your face” but really it is just a fancy name for running a sharp blade over your face.

The only reason I gave it a shot is because I wanted to get rid of the peach fuzz on my face and never knew there was something available to get rid of it other than a razor.

At The Laser Lounge and Spa we offer dermaplaning at an unbeatable price, which is important because it is something you will want to do monthly to keep up with maintenance.

So, what is dermaplaning? It is a very simple method of exfoliation that helps remove dead skin cells while giving your face a brighter complexion, but for many women, the best part is that is removes vellus hairs (peach fuzz) and it can make your skin feel smoother.

A great benefit of dermaplaning is flawless makeup application that lasts for hours, making it an ideal beauty treatment before any special event. Dermaplaning is a great alternative to microdermabrasion, and for those who can’t afford the down time that comes with peels.

The procedure is performed safely using a #10 sterile surgical blade. The blade, which really looks more like a “butter knife” is used to scrape, in small quick downward swipes over the face. One treatment takes about 15 to 20 minutes to complete.


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