Dermablading is a physical exfoliation procedure. It requires the use of a sterile, surgical scalpel to gently shave the skin’s surface, removing the top-most layer of dead skin along with fine, hair (aka peach fuzz). The procedure can be performed monthly, in less than thirty minutes, with no downtime post-treatment. Dermablading is only performed on the face. To attend this course students must hold one of the following; nationally recognised Level 3 in Beauty Therapy, or a recognised micropigmentation or ABT Microblading
Benefits of dermablade
Physical exfoliation triggers the cell regeneration process and allows products to better penetrate skin. Dermablading is also excellent to rid the face of excess fine hairs which can often accumulate dirt and oil. Contrary to popular belief, vellus hairs, as opposed to terminal hair, will not grow back thicker or darker. However, dermablading is not suitable for those with excessive facial hair . Microdermabrasion, which also physically exfoliates skin, does not remove vellus hair. Exfoliation of dead cells along with the removal of fine hairs results in healthier, brighter skin that has a smoother look and feel.
Who should consider dermablading?
Dermablading is especially effective on those with dry or rough skin texture and helps to minimize superficial acne scarring or uneven skin tone. It is also beneficial for mature skin, which tends to have a buildup of dead cells as cellular turnover slows down with age. Dermablading is safe for pregnant or lactating clients who cannot have chemical peels (peels penetrate skin to act at the cellular level, thus are contraindicated).
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