Dermaplaning, of course, is not permanent and maintenance treatments are needed. Much like microneedling and other zero-downtime treatments, dermaplaning is considered a routine procedure that most clients opt for every 4 – 6 weeks.
Although most people love dermaplaning for the look and feel, don’t overlook the benefits it reaps when used in conjunction with other treatments—both in-office and at-home. It can improve and sustain the results of laser skin rejuvenation, chemical peels, or microdermabrasion. It’s also a fantastic addition to a HydraFacial, particularly when the facial ends with the application of customized serums and boosters.
When we remove the debris from our face, this allows topicals to penetrate the skin better. In other words, anything you’re applying topically to the skin has to work to get through the top layer of debris in order to do its job. You can help these products work best with regular dermaplaning appointments. Many clients opt for a HydraFacial and dermaplaning combination in order to ensure they get the maximum results from topical treatments.