Spectacular Skin Treatment Combo: Dermaplaning & Chemical Peels

Spectacular Skin Treatment Combo: Dermaplaning & Chemical Peels

Sep '20

Both dermaplaning and chemical peels are non-invasive, skin rejuvenating,texture refining cosmetic procedures that work to effectively achieve a soft, smooth, radiant complexion. However—did you know that combining these independent treatments often results in softer, smoother, more radiant skin than if you were to receive one particular treatment by itself?

In this blog article, we’ll explain a bit about each of these skin rejuvenating treatments, as well as fill you in on how combining the two together can supercharge your results for spectacular skin! Let’s take a look…




Here at SkinCenter, we often tell our Westchester clients that dermaplaning is the perfect aesthetic treatment for those who want to live their lives “camera-ready”. Why? Because dermaplaning works to remove the fine baby hairs (aka vellus hairs or “peach fuzz”) that are located on the cheeks, chin, and other areas of the face—hairs that are too fine for laser hair removal to treat. Not only does this make makeup application smoother, it results in a more picture-perfect complexion. Plus, because dermaplaning exfoliates tired, dead cells from the uppermost layers of the skin, this treatment gives your complexion a serious boost— helping the skin achieve its ultimate glow.

Dermaplaning is an exfoliating treatment that works best for those experiencing hyperpigmentation, mild acne scars, and fine lines and wrinkles. As it is much gentler than many other exfoliating treatments, it’s also ideal for those with sensitive skin, or dry to combination skin.

Treatment is performed using only a singular surgical blade and requires zero downtime. After treatment, the skin – which is at its most receptive – is nourished with carefully-selected products with moisturizing and replenishing properties.

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Chemical Peels


Like dermaplaning treatment, chemical peels work to exfoliate the outermost layer of the skin and reveal the more radiant skin below. However, unlike dermaplaning, chemical peels use acidic solutions to slough off dead layers of skin. There are several types of peels— including glycolic acid (AHA), salicylic acid (BHA), Jessner’s and TCA peels.

Chemical Peels effectively diminish age spots, acne, fine lines, wrinkles, blackheads, signs of sun damage and more. Treatment results in a boost to the body’s collagen and hyaluronic acid production, making the skin softer, smoother and more hydrated. Similar to dermaplaning, moisturizing and nourishing products are applied to the skin after treatment, since this is when the skin is most receptive.

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The Benefits of Combining Dermaplaning & Chemical Peels


Combining dermaplaning treatment with a chemical peel results in a synergistic process that results in your skin receiving the maximum amount of benefits from both treatments. How? Applying the chemical peel to skin free of vellus hairs allows the solution to penetrate more deeply into the dermis— resulting in more effective exfoliation of the face’s skin cells. You leave treatment fresh-faced and glowing, with the outermost layers of the skin on your face at their most nurtured, nourished, and hydrated.

Contact us today to schedule a dermaplaning/chemical peel treatment combination for yourself and experience the difference it makes!

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