What is Dermaplaning?
Do you want brighter skin with a healthier glow? Dermaplaning is a new nonsurgical treatment that uses a scalpel to exfoliate and remove dead skin cells. This popular procedure also effectively removes “peach fuzz” from the face. It is a great alternative to treatments like chemical peels that may lead to redness and irritation. The Klausner Institute is thrilled to offer dermaplaning in New York, NY. Call us today to schedule a skin care appointment and find out how dermaplaning can improve your complexion.
What Are The Benefits Of Dermaplaning?
Dermaplaning in New York, NY at Lee Ann M. Klausner MD, PLLC can help renew and revitalize your skin's appearance with a number of great benefits, including:
- It's a quick and comfortable nonsurgical, noninvasive procedure
- Removes dead, damaged skin cells
- Reduces fine lines and wrinkles
- Removes vellum hair ("peach fuzz")
- Boosts collagen production
- Brightens the complexion
- Balances skin tone and texture
- Reduces acne outbreaks
- Results are almost immediate
- No downtime
"Juliana Longoria, an aesthetician in Dr. Klausner’s practice, is fantastic! I’ve seen her several times for dermaplaning and most recently, the Clear and Brilliant laser treatment. She is thorough, thoughtful and conscientious, taking the time to understand what I’m looking for and what I can expect with each procedure. I’m so pleased with the results and trust her with all my future skincare needs."- A. / Google / Aug 12, 2022
"Juliana Longoria, an aesthetician in Dr. Klausner’s practice, is fantastic! I’ve seen her several times for dermaplaning and most recently, the Clear and Brilliant laser treatment. She is thorough, thoughtful and conscientious, taking the time to understand what I’m looking for and what I can expect with each procedure. I’m so pleased with the results and trust her with all my future skincare needs."- A.W. / Google / Aug 13, 2022
Who is a candidate for dermaplaning?
Dermaplaning is excellent for addressing many common skin concerns. It can brighten your face and reduce rough skin texture. It is also good for those with unwanted "peach fuzz." Dermaplaning is safe for almost all skin types and tones, but it is important to meet with a trained skin care professional before moving forward. Our team will assess your complexion and ask about any conditions that could impact your treatment or results. We discourage dermaplaning at this time if you have active acne, psoriasis, or eczema.
What can I expect during dermaplaning?
Dermaplaning is performed in one of our comfortable treatment rooms at the Klausner Institute in New York. During a consultation, a member of our team will explain the process in great detail and answer any questions you may have. We use a medical-grade scalpel to scrape the surface of the skin carefully. This technique reveals a healthier and more even complexion beneath. Treatment time varies based on the individual and the severity of their concerns. Most dermaplaning appointments can be completed during a lunch break!
How long is the recovery after dermaplaning?
The great thing about dermaplaning is that there is no recovery or downtime involved. You can head back to your daily activities and routines right away, and you will see visible results almost immediately. However, it is essential to avoid direct sun exposure for a short period to avoid damaged skin. Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with 30 SPF when spending time outdoors to protect your complexion. Our team can discuss the best ways to care for your skin during a consultation.
How often should you do dermaplaning?
Medical aesthetician Juliana Longoria recommends scheduling dermaplaning treatments every four weeks for best results. Of course, this depends on your skin type and any existing concerns. Our personalized recommendations will be based on your unique situation during a consultation.
Will your hair grow back thicker?
This is one of our most-asked questions at the Klausner Institute! No, your hair will not grow back thicker after dermaplaning. Dermaplaning removes the very top layer of skin along with vellus hair. This will not impact the thickness or color of your hair when it grows back. Remember that factors like hormone changes may affect hair thickness and growth.
Can you do dermaplaning at home?
You may have seen at-home kits for dermaplaning in New York, but we do not recommend trying this without professional supervision. If not performed properly, at-home treatments can lead to nicks, cuts, and other injuries. It is best to leave dermaplaning to an experienced professional who knows how to use a scalpel safely and effectively.
Brighten Your Skin
Dermaplaning is a popular way to remove unwanted dead skin cells and "peach fuzz" while accentuating your natural beauty. The Klausner Institute offers high-quality skincare treatments to help people feel confident in their appearance. If you are interested in nonsurgical dermaplaning or would like to learn about our other services, call to schedule a consultation with a member of our team in New York, NY.