Dermaplaning - Scottsdale Skin Renewal
Scottsdale, Arizona - Dermal exfoliation
Dermaplaning is a non-invasive, physical exfoliation treatment that involves gently scraping away the topmost layer of dead skin cells and vellus hair, commonly referred to as “peach fuzz.” This innovative skincare procedure has gained significant popularity in recent years due to its multitude of benefits, which include instant results and minimal downtime. Dermaplaning is suitable for various skin types and tones, making it a versatile and sought-after option for individuals seeking a rejuvenated and radiant complexion.
Treatment $95 or as $50 addon to any additional treatment!
Benefits of dermaplaning
Dermaplaning offers numerous advantages, some of which are:
- Improved skin texture: By removing the layer of dead skin cells, dermaplaning promotes a smoother and more even skin texture, leading to a softer, more radiant appearance.
- Enhanced product absorption: With the removal of dead skin cells and vellus hair, skincare products can penetrate the skin more effectively, optimizing their benefits and efficacy.
- Reduced appearance of fine lines and wrinkles: Dermaplaning can minimize the look of fine lines by promoting cell turnover and revealing a fresher, more youthful complexion.
- Makeup application: A smoother skin surface allows for easier makeup application and a more flawless finish.
- Safe and suitable for most skin types: Dermaplaning is a gentle procedure that can be performed on various skin types and tones, including sensitive skin. However, it is not recommended for individuals with active acne or highly reactive skin.
The treatment process
At Scottsdale Skin Renewal we offer Dermaplaning at $50 as an addon treatment or $95 dollars by itself.
The average cost of dermaplaning varies depending on several factors, such as the provider’s experience, the geographical location of the treatment center, and whether it is combined with other skincare services. On average, dermaplaning sessions can range from $75 to $200 per treatment. For optimal results, professionals typically recommend a series of treatments, spaced about 4-6 weeks apart.