DermaPlanning

Every day, severe environmental pollutants, irritants, and sun damage are exposed to your skin.

Your skin’s outermost layer may appear dull as a result, which may age you. 

DermaPlanning is a cosmetic treatment performed at BareFace Aesthetics to treat and remove the top layers of your skin. 

The treatment seeks to smooth out the skin’s surface and eliminate small lines and deep acne scarring.

Deep acne scars can be treated with DermaPlanning using a hand-held tool called a dermatome. 

The dermatome contains an oscillating blade that sweeps back and forth like an electric razor to evenly skim off the top layers of skin that cover craters or other facial flaws.

DermaPlanning can be applied to specific skin folds or the entire face. They can be used independently or in conjunction with other treatments available at BareFace Aesthetics. 

However, neither treatment stops aging or completely eliminates scars and spots.

Any skin type, including those with acne scars, dull skin, dry skin, sun-damaged skin, and fine wrinkles, can benefit from DermaPlanning.

Who Is Eligible For DermaPlanning?

Excellent candidates are those customers who have dull, dry, dehydrated skin. 

DermaPlanning is a fantastic alternative to Retin-A or AHA treatments for individuals who use them.

Process Of DermaPlanning

We at BareFace Aesthetics make sure that you shouldn’t experience any pain when having your skin dermaplanned.

Throughout the treatment, you can get a tingling feeling. The tool used for the DermaPlanning treatment resembles a razor you might use on your body hair.

DermaPlanning and shaving share the same fundamental principles. 

You can get rid of dead cells, scar tissue, and other material that might be causing the surface of your skin to look uneven by slowly running a sterile blade across your skin at a 45-degree angle.

When you treat your skin with DermaPlanning, the damaged skin cells are removed, revealing younger skin cells when you gaze in the mirror.

The majority of effectiveness data for DermaPlanning is subjective. Because everyone has different outcomes, it might be challenging to say whether or not a particular course of treatment was successful.

However, most of the clients at BareFace Aesthetics were completely satisfied with their treatment. 

Side Effects Of DermaPlanning

DermaPlanning is a treatment with minimal risk. Your face may appear a little red in the hours following the treatment as a side effect. 

After having their skin dermaplanned, some people have a few days of whitehead development.

Despite the fact that infections and scarring are uncommon, they can happen. 

Your doctor will administer a steroid injection to the scar tissue if you experience scarring after DermaPlanning in order to ease the scar tissue.

Another potential side effect is patchy skin pigmentation in the treated area, which may fade or vanish with time.

AfterCare

There is no need to schedule any downtime to recover from DermaPlanning. In the first two to three days following the treatment, you can suffer redness or the sensation that your skin has been scraped.

After a DermaPlanning treatment, you could notice that your skin is brighter straight away, but it usually takes a few days to see the full effects.

After receiving DermaPlanning treatment, you should exercise particular caution while exposed to the sun. 

DermaPlanning could be undone by sun exposure, which could also leave pigment blotches on your newly exposed skin cells. 

Use a physical sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher, stop using AHA for 72 hours, and use antioxidant products you can find after the treatment.

Don’t leave the house without applying sunscreen to your face in the weeks following a DermaPlanning treatment.

DermaPlanning Vs Microdermabrasion

DermaPlanning and microdermabrasion are both exfoliating skin treatments that promise to clean your skin.

Microdermabrasion sands down your skin using an abrasive surface, as opposed to DermaPlanning, which removes dead skin cells using a knife’s edge. 

To exfoliate skin cells, tiny particles might be shot at your face, or a particular tool can come into close touch with your skin.

Results from microdermabrasion can endure for several months and typically require numerous treatments.

Your best option if you’re trying to decide between these two treatments is to consult a dermatologist who can provide you with advice based on the results you hope to achieve.

However, You’ll need to speak with your doctor before having a DermaPlanning treatment.

Your medical background, skin type, and skin tone will be discussed, along with your desired outcomes.

Call or visit us for further assistance and details.