What is Dermaplaning?
Dermaplaning is the removal of the vellus hair and dead skin cells from the stratum corneum with a surgical grade blade.
Who should avoid dermaplaning?
This treatment is not good for those that are prone to keloid scaring, sensitive skin, has active acne, rosacea or diagnosed with PCOS.
How should I prep for a dermplaning treatment?
A person should avoid sun exposure, use of tanning bed, Chlorine, not exfoliate for 7 days and not use retinoids for at least 5 days.
How should I care for my skin after dermaplaning, peel, or enzyme mask exfoliation?
After a professional exfoliation a person should avoid using retinoids for a week, exfoliating of any kind for a week, wear spf and hat to protect skin from the sun and make sure to keep skin hydrated.
Is cupping safe?
Cupping is safe but should be avoided on areas with varicose veins, deep vein thrombosis, open wounds, directly on bone fractures, and not good for those under going cancer treatments or taking blood thinners.
Where do I park?
There is a parking lot on 6th street directly beside the building (not the lot on the other side of the road) There is also plenty of street parking as well.