How to prep your skin for dermaplaning at home

Dermaplaning, once a salon-exclusive treatment, has now become a popular at-home skincare facial ritual, offering a myriad of benefits such as smoother skin texture, enhanced product absorption, smoother makeup application and a radiant complexion. However, to ensure a safe and effective dermaplaning experience, proper skin preparation is key. In our comprehensive guide, we'll delve into the essential steps to prep your skin for dermaplaning at home, ensuring optimal results and a luxurious skincare experience as well as explain differences between dermaplaming on dry skin, oilplaning and wet dermaplaning.

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Understanding the Basics of Dermaplaning:

Before diving into the preparation process, it's crucial to understand what dermaplaning entails. Dermaplaning is a physical exfoliation technique that involves gently scraping off the unwanted facial hair, outer layer of dead skin cells, and vellus hair (peach fuzz) using a specialized tool called a dermaplaning razor, or also called tinker razor. This process reveals smoother, brighter skin and enhances the effectiveness of skincare products.

Various methods of dermaplaning at home

Dermaplaning at home offers various methods, each with unique benefits and considerations. Dry dermaplaning involves using a dermaplaning tool on dry skin, typically after cleansing. This method provides precise exfoliation, removing dead skin cells and peach fuzz for a smoother complexion. Wet dermaplaning, on the other hand, involves applying a gel to damp skin before dermaplaning. This creates a slippery surface, enhancing the razor's glide and reducing the risk of irritation, making it ideal for sensitive skin. Oilplaning combines dermaplaning with facial oils, providing a deeply hydrating and nourishing experience. By applying facial oil before dermaplaning, this method not only removes dead skin cells but also moisturizes and softens the skin, leaving it smooth and radiant. Each method offers a unique approach to at-home dermaplaning, allowing individuals to choose the technique that best suits their skin type and preferences. Whether opting for dry, wet, or oilplaning, incorporating dermaplaning into your skincare routine can help reveal smoother, more radiant skin with each session.

1. DERMAPLANING AT HOME ON DRY SKIN

The first method of dermaplaning at home is dermaplaning on dry skin. Dermaplaning at home on dry skin can offer several benefits that contribute to a more effective and comfortable exfoliation process, leading to healthier, glowing skin. Dermaplaning on dry skin is particularly beneficial for addressing the challenges of dry, dull skin, and uneven texture. Dry skin often suffers from a buildup of dead skin cells, exacerbating dullness and exacerbating uneven texture. By gently exfoliating dry skin, dermaplaning effectively removes this layer of dead cells, revealing fresh, radiant skin beneath. The process also promotes collagen production, which can help improve skin texture over time. With its ability to enhance hydration and stimulate cellular renewal, dermaplaning on dry skin offers a revitalising solution for achieving a smoother, more luminous complexion.

The first step in preparing your skin for dermaplaning on dry skin is to cleanse it thoroughly. Use a gentle, sulfate-free cleanser to remove any dirt, oil, and makeup from your skin. Cleansing ensures that the skin surface is free from impurities, allowing for a more effective and hygienic dermaplaning session.

Once your skin is cleansed, ensure that it is completely dry before proceeding with dermaplaning. Excess moisture on the skin can interfere with the effectiveness of the dermaplaning razor and increase the risk of nicks or cuts. Use a soft towel to pat your skin dry gently, paying extra attention to areas where peach fuzz is more prominent.

Dermaplaning on dry skin allows individuals to customize their exfoliation experience based on their specific skincare needs and concerns. Whether targeting dry patches, rough texture, or dullness, dermaplaning on dry skin provides the flexibility to address these issues effectively, resulting in a more personalized skincare routine.

 

 

2. WET DERMAPLANING AT HOME

Wet dermaplaning is the second variation of traditional dermaplaning that involves performing the exfoliation process on damp or wet skin, typically after cleansing. Instead of using a dry razor, a skincare gel is applied to the skin to create a slippery surface, allowing the razor to glide smoothly. This technique offers similar benefits to dry dermaplaning, such as removing dead skin cells and peach fuzz, but with the added advantage of increased comfort and reduced risk of irritation for those with sensitive skin. Wet dermaplaning can also enhance the overall hydration of the skin, leaving it feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.

Indulge in the ultimate pampering experience for sensitive skin after dermaplaning with our Aloe Dermaplaning Shave Serum. Crafted with the finest pure Aloe Vera gel, revered as nature's miraculous remedy for dry, irritated, and sensitive skin, this serum offers unparalleled soothing and calming properties. Enriched with a potent blend of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, our shave serum not only soothes and nourishes but also deeply hydrates the skin, imparting a lasting sensation of smoothness and tranquility. Whether applied before or after dermaplaning, this luxurious serum ensures your skin feels revitalized, refreshed, and perfectly prepped for whatever comes next in your skincare routine. Say goodbye to discomfort and hello to the soothing embrace of our Aloe Dermaplaning Shave Serum – your skin's newfound ally for serenity and radiance.

3. OILPLANING

Oilplaning is a skincare technique that combines dermaplaning with the use of facial oils to achieve a deeply hydrating and nourishing exfoliation experience. In this method, a thin layer of facial oil is applied to the skin before dermaplaning, creating a slick surface that helps the dermaplaning tool glide smoothly. The oil not only facilitates the removal of dead skin cells and peach fuzz but also provides additional moisture and hydration to the skin, leaving it soft, supple, and radiant. Oilplaning offers the benefits of traditional dermaplaning while enhancing the skin's hydration and providing a luxurious, spa-like experience.

Oilplaning is a great method for those dermaplaning for the first time, or for the ones that get easily sensitised skin, ageing skin and dull complexions too. Make sure to pick the facial oil right for your skin type with the best benefits for your skin. 

Introducing our Afterglow+ Dermaplaning Facial Oil, meticulously crafted to nurture and calm the skin pre or even post-dermaplaning. This opulent glow oil is your solution to banishing dryness, leaving your skin feeling luxuriously supple, hydrated, and serene. Enriched with Apricot Kernel Oil, abundant in essential fatty acids and vitamins A and E, it deeply moisturizes and softens the skin, while Marula Oil, bursting with antioxidants and omega fatty acids, revitalizes and nourishes. Sourced from the lush gardens of Tahiti, our Afterglow+ Recovery Facial Oil features luxurious Monoi butter, renowned for its hydrating and soothing properties, restoring your skin's natural radiance. Plus, fortified with Vitamin E, a vital nutrient for skin health, it shields the skin from environmental stressors. Uncover the secrets to radiant, glowing skin with our Afterglow+ Dermaplaning Facial Oil.

 

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