These Treatments Work Great with Dermaplaning
Dermaplaning can be combined with a number of other treatments at VIDA to help maximize your results.
Continued skin care is an important part of maintaining smooth, vibrant skin. Using a daily SPF 30+ sunscreen can help to protect against the sun’s harmful UV rays.
Another common dermaplaning pairing is microneedling. Microneedling is a procedure that stimulates collagen remodeling via controlled micro-injuries using an FDA-approved medical device. You’ll start to see the results of microneedling a few weeks after the treatment as the dead skin sloughs off. Dermaplaning can help to maintain your results.
A superficial chemical peel is also a great combination treatment with dermaplaning. Chemical peels work by removing the top layer of skin to reveal the more youthful, brighter, clearer skin below. They help improve your skin’s appearance and can treat fine lines, acne scars, age spots, sun damage, and hyperpigmentation. However, since chemical peels are a topical treatment, dermaplaning can help by first removing the outermost dead layer of cells, allowing the chemical solution to penetrate better. Make the most of your chemical peel results by ensuring the solution can easily access your skin with no peach fuzz or dead skin cells getting in the way.