Dermaplaning
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Dr. Park Avenue offers Dermaplaning procedures and Dermaplane facial treatments in Ocean County. Dermaplaning is a process that uses a blade to gently exfoliate the outer layer of dead skill cells and remove the fine facial hair commonly known as "peach fuzz." This fine hair, also called villous hair, is common for many women and tends to increase as you age. It is very different from head and underarm hair and, because it is so fine, it will not grow back thicker.

Dermaplaning is an effective alternative to chemical peels or microdermabrasion or can even be used in conjunction with those procedures for enhanced results. The results are immediate, producing a more radiant appearance, with skin that is extremely smooth with a glossy finish. Patients will find that afterwards, makeup application is smoother and other skin products penetrate deeper, making them more effective.

Dermaplaning is painless and and convenient, since there is no downtime necessary and makeup can be applied right away. Patients are strongly advised to use sunscreen to prevent darkening of the skin, called hyperpigmentation, and encouraged to maintain the results of the treatment by using medical-grade skincare products at home.

Dermaplaning is not permanent. It is recommended to have treatments every four to six weeks to keep up with exfoliating and removing fine facial hair and dead skin cells. Speak with the staff at Dr. Park Avenue to learn more about Dermaplaning treatments and instructions on before and after care.

Dermaplaning Procedures in Ocean County

If you have any questions about our Dermaplaning procedure we offer to Ocean County then please contact us today. If you would like to book a Dermaplane facial treatment appointment please call us at 732-262-5476 or fill out our contact form below. Our medial spa is located in Brick, NJ and we accept appointments Monday through Saturday. Don’t forget to take advantage of our monthly specials which you can find on our specials page.





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