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Achieve a Flawless Spring Glow with Dermaplaning and Post-Treatment Pampering

As spring unfolds, many of us crave a quick facial treatment that delivers noticeable rejuvenation without downtime. Dermaplaning might be your perfect solution!

A Safe and Effective Exfoliation Technique

Dermaplaning, practiced by dermatologists and plastic surgeons for over 40 years, is a simple and safe treatment that leaves you with incredibly soft, smooth skin and a radiant glow. Originally developed as an alternative to harsh chemical exfoliation and a pre-treatment for deeper procedures, it's now a popular standalone treatment performed by licensed estheticians in medical spas.

This exfoliation method uses a medical-grade scalpel blade to gently remove dead skin cells from the surface layer (stratum corneum) while also temporarily removing fine vellus hair (often called "peach fuzz"). These dead cells can make your skin look dull and dry, hindering product absorption and a smooth makeup application. Immediately after dermaplaning, your skin will appear brighter, healthier, and revitalized. Makeup will glide on flawlessly, and skincare products will penetrate deeper for enhanced effectiveness.

Dermaplaning FAQs: What You Need to Know

How long does it take? What's the cost? A standalone dermaplaning session typically lasts 20-25 minutes and can range from $85-$110.

How often should I get it? Every four to six weeks is recommended.

Does it hurt? Not at all! Performed correctly by a trained professional, it should be comfortable and relaxing.

Will the hair grow back thicker or darker? No. Dermaplaning, unlike shaving, removes hair at the surface while exfoliating, not altering hair growth.

Is it just for women? Dermaplaning benefits both men and women, especially when combined with a facial. Men can receive treatment on the forehead and around the eyes, while women can get a full-face treatment.

Who should avoid it? If you have active acne, rosacea, eczema, or psoriasis, this treatment is not recommended.

Can it be combined with other treatments? Absolutely! Dermaplaning pairs well with light chemical peels, hydrafacials, and oxygen infusion treatments.

Post-Treatment Pampering with Fra Fra's Naturals Whipped Shea Butter

While dermaplaning delivers immediate results, proper aftercare is crucial for optimal skin health. Here's how to pamper your freshly exfoliated skin with Fra Fra's Naturals Organic Raw Whipped Shea Butter:

  1. Gentle Cleansing: Wash your face with a gentle, fragrance-free cleanser to remove any post-treatment residue (think Fra Fra's Naturals Unscented Foaming African Black Soap). Pat your skin dry with a soft towel.

  2. Deep Hydration: Shea butter is a natural powerhouse for dry, sensitive skin. Fra Fra's Naturals Organic Raw Whipped Shea Butter, with its rich, creamy texture, deeply hydrates and soothes your newly-exfoliated skin. Apply a pea-sized amount to your fingertips and gently massage it onto your face and neck.

  3. Sun Protection: Dermaplaning makes your skin more sensitive to the sun. Apply a daily broad-spectrum sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher every morning, rain or shine.

By incorporating Fra Fra's Naturals Organic Raw Whipped Shea Butter into your post-dermaplaning routine, you'll ensure your skin stays luxuriously hydrated, radiant, and ready to embrace the beauty of spring!

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