Refresh Your Skin With Dermaplaning

Dermaplaning is still relatively new to the world of skin treatments, but it's quickly becoming a go-to treatment for cosmetic skincare. Essentially shaving on steroids, dermaplaning is an exfoliating treatment that can remove dead skin cells and leave the skin glowing – so is it right for you? At OC Safety, we're proud to offer a number of aesthetic safety training courses including the ins and outs of dermaplaning, so we wanted to shed some light on this popular new skin treatment.

Dermaplaning: What You Need to Know

So what exactly is dermaplaning? In essence, it's a shaving treatment – the difference is that instead of a conventional razor blade, dermaplaning involves a surgical-grade scalpel. This means the blade not only eliminates any hair or peach fuzz, but also scrapes off the top layer of dirt, oil, and dead skin cells from the treated skin, leaving the skin smooth and shiny and exposing the fresh, healthy skin underneath.

Dermaplaning is a chemical-free exfoliation that can dramatically rejuvenate your skin. Celebrities love it as a pre-red carpet treatment, as it's a fast way to give your face the glow of healthy skin. Some patients find that dermaplaning leaves the skin red and irritated for a day or so after the treatment, but once the irritation passes, the freshly-exposed young skin cells truly shine. If you're looking for a chemical-free way to get fresh, healthy, radiant skin, dermaplaning may be just what you've been missing!

Find Dermaplaning Training in Orange County, CA

Dermaplaning may be great for skin, but it's also a great procedure to learn for nurses, RN's, NP's, PA's, and estheticians, as it's become one of the most popular cosmetic treatments in the skincare industry. And thankfully, we can help! We're proud to offer a number of comprehensive Aesthetic Training safety courses that teach qualified medical providers how to perform a variety of procedures like microneedling, chemical peels, and dermaplaning. Invest in your career by learning the most in-demand new skills: sign up for our dermaplaning course today!

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