Discover Luminous Skin With Dermaplaning
Dry, dull and damaged skin can detract from your overall appearance and confidence. Oftentimes, when skin is dry, moisturizers have trouble penetrating through the tough outer layer, rendering topical treatments ineffective. If you’re frustrated by your current skin care regime, you may want to consider dermaplaning in Glendale, Arizona with Dr. Sudeep Punia. During a private consultation, Dr. Punia or our Skin Expert can examine your skin and discuss with you how dermaplaning can enhance the tone, texture and complexion of your skin.*
The most refined option in skin resurfacing, dermaplaning is a non-invasive treatment which uses a surgical blade that can precisely remove the top layers of dead skin and hair to reveal the luminescent skin underneath. You may experience a brief redness to the skin after treatment, but otherwise, zero downtime is involved after dermaplaning for most patients.* Unlike more invasive, surgical procedures to tighten skin and reduce wrinkles, such as a facelift, dermaplaning does not involve any incisions sutures or scarring.* Dermaplaning is completely natural, simply removing layers of dead skin.* In addition to luminous skin rejuvenation, dermaplaning also reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.*
A painless treatment for dull, listless skin, dermaplaning is a great preparation for lasers, hence the term often used, derma-laser facial.* A derma-laser facial is a medically-effective facial which utilizes dermaplaning in combination with lasers to achieve comprehensive results.* Over several treatment sessions, you will see lasting changes to your skin.* You will notice improvement to fine lines and wrinkles, and over time, dermaplaning allows your skin to more easily absorb moisturizers.*
How Do I Get Started?
Dr. Punia and his staff will be happy to discuss this procedure with you. Please feel free to call us at (623) 691-8319 for a private consultation with our provider, or you can request an appointment online.
*Disclaimer, results may vary from person to person.