An Esthetician’s Guide to Non-Medical Dermaplaning

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Looking for at-home skincare treatments to offer your clients? Consider instructing your clients about non-medical dermaplaning. It’s a way they can keep up their skincare regimen until they can safely come in for treatment.

In this new video, I explore the techniques and products that can be used for safe non-medical dermaplaning at home. And how to effectively but carefully help your clients harness this technique as a part of their skincare routine.


The Benefits of Dermaplaning

Dermaplaning is a great skincare treatment. When you introduce it to your clients, you should be sure to help them understand the benefits they can expect, such as:

  • Exfoliation – Dermaplaning provides a deep exfoliation to remove dead skin cells, dirt, and oil
  • A brighter complexion – Once dead skin cells, excess dirt, and oil are dermaplaned away, you’re left with radiant, refreshed skin
  • Better penetration – All those skincare products and procedures clients relay on will be more effective once the dermaplaned skin allows for deeper penetration

When done right and with the right tools, dermaplaning is safe and effective.

Who Should Dermaplane?

Dermaplaning is great for more mature skin, especially since more mature skin can look dull and dry as cell turnover and collagen production slows.

It can be great for acne-prone skin as well, but those with cystic or severe acne may want to consult a dermatologist before trying it at home.

Non Medical Dermaplaning

Instructing your clients on non-medical dermaplaning can help you stay connected to clients. You’ll stay top-of-mind as a resource for learning how to safely and effectively maintain their skin’s health at home.

Reach out to NewMed Concepts for more ways you can connect with clients from afar.