Dermaplaning is a non-invasive skin treatment that involves using a surgical blade to lightly and carefully remove dead skin and peach fuzz. When performed by a professional, the procedure does not hurt and can provide the signature “dermaplane glow.” So, what are the pros and cons of dermaplaning?There are many pros of dermaplaning. It helps remove dead skin and unwanted hair as well as helps make subsequent skincare products and treatments more effective. It is the perfect pre-event procedure. The procedure itself is essentially painless and takes under an hour to perform. There are also few risks associated with dermaplaning.The cons of dermaplaning mainly consist of the fact that it provides temporary results. The hair will grow back, the dead skin will accumulate again, and the glow tends to last a week or two. Occasionally, dermaplaning can irritate the skin. While major irritation is rare, the procedure should not be performed on inflamed skin or a major breakout.To learn more and schedule a consultation, call us at 425-775-3561. You can also reach out online via chat, contact form, or Price Simulator.