Daily, your skin is exposed to harsh environmental toxins and irritants as well as sun damage. This can cause the top layer of your skin to appear dull, and it can make you look aged. A dermaplaning treatment at Celestial Esthetics in Denver will clear away those damaged skin cells so newer skin cells are exposed.
Dermaplaning is a cosmetic procedure that removes the top layers of your skin. The procedure aims to make the skin’s surface look smooth by removing fine wrinkles and deep acne scarring. Also, dermaplaning is safe, with little risk of side effects when it’s performed by a certified Esthetician. Furthermore, this procedure doesn’t require any downtime for recovery, which makes it very convenient. Skin Care Professionals say this treatment is effective for people looking to make their skin appear more youthful, smooth, and bright.
Dermaplaning at Celestial Esthetics in Denver Colorado will make your skin radiant!
It is a skin treatment that uses an exfoliating blade to skim dead skin cells and hair from your face. It’s also called microplanning or blading. In addition, dermaplaning aims to make your skin’s surface smooth, youthful, and radiant. For instance, this treatment removes deep scarring from acne and uneven indentations on your skin. Also, it’s used to remove “peach fuzz,” the short, soft hairs on your face. After the treatment is finished, your provider will soothe your skin with a substance like aloe. In addition, sunscreen may be applied to your face for protection.
Dermaplaning can be used for any skin type, and anyone with acne scars, dull skin, dry skin, sun-damaged skin or fine wrinkles.
For the month of March, Celestial Esthetics is offering Dermaplaning for only $40!
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