31 Day Skin Care Re- Boot Challenge - Day 24 - Raging Beauty and Wellness
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31 Day Skin Care Re- Boot Challenge – Day 24

31 Day Skin Care Re- Boot Challenge – Day 24




Day  24




Try Dermaplaning… What Is It?



Dermaplaning is nothing new but  many women aren’t familiar with this service and not many estheticians perform it. Check out this short video that explains it all.


You don’t want to confuse Dermaplaning with  Dermabrasion. Dermabrasion is a medical procedure that abrades the skin down to the dermis. These 2 services are nothing alike.


The esthetician uses a scalpel and a delicate touch, they simply abrade the surface of the skin using light feathering strokes.  It’s a first choice for anyone who has excess vellum hair on their face. The hair often causes a buildup of dirt and oils in the follicles, removing the hair gives you healthier looking skin. Pose size is diminshed and the skin looks more youthful.


Don’t  buy into the old wives tales you may hear, you don’t need to be concerned about the hair growing back heavier or darker after Dermaplaning. I can tell you from personal experience that Dermaplaning leaves your skin feeling smoother, pore size is diminished and your skin looks much more refreshed. I have been getting Dermaplaning for about 3 years now.  I had always hated  those fine (vellum) hairs over most of my face and always felt self- conscious about it, not any more, I love it!!!





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Written By: Alice Wilcox

August 10, 2016


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