Epidermal Leveling is a recent innovation in safe and effective exfoliation, suitable for men and women of all skin tones. Also known as dermaplaning, this technique utilizes a specially designed surgical instrument to carefully remove the topmost layers of skin, resulting in a beautiful refinished look. Epidermal leveling gives the skin a smoother appearance by removing dead skin cells in addition to the fine vellous facial hair ("peach fuzz") that can trap excess dirt and oil and leave the complexion looking dull. It also stimulates and rejuvenates skin tissue, making it an effective way to reduce acne scarring, uneven pigmentation, and fine line wrinkles. Most people notice marked improvements in the texture and appearance of their skin immediately after their first treatment, making it an excellent procedure to have prior to a special event. Epidermal Leveling can be used alone or in conjunction with other procedures such as chemical peels and laser rejuvenation treatments. It is non-invasive and does not require the use of any chemicals, making it suitable even for our pregnant and nursing clients. A healthy and glowing complexion is now quickly and easily within reach this safe and unique treatment!
- What is Epidermal Leveling used for?
- Is Epidermal Leveling right for my skin type?
- How often should I have this procedure?
- How will this procedure affect my facial hair?
- Can anyone perform this procedure?
- What else should I know about Epidermal Leveling?
By DermaNetwork.org Staff
Updated: June 27, 2007