Benefits of Dermaplaning and Dermablading

Benefits of Dermaplaning

Does your skincare routine fall short of achieving the smooth, radiant skin you desire? Are unwanted peach fuzz and fine lines keeping you away from feeling your best? Are you looking for smoother, brighter skin? Having these symptoms of scars, rash, sunburn, wrinkles, and peach fuzz often confuses most of the clients. Dermaplaning remove dead skin cells and peach fuzz, but they have some differences. Every single day, I receive these kinds of clients at my clinic who are frequently asking what they should do, having these kinds of symptoms either they go through Dermaplaning or Dermablading. So I clarify what they are?

Dermaplaning and Dermablading in Quick 

Dead and Live Skin Cells often replace one another to glow the skin But sometimes Dead Skin cells accumulate on the endodermal layer of the skin due to poor environmental factors like UV rays, Pollution, and dust. As a result of this accumulation, hair like peach fuzz and wrinkles occur on the face which makes the face dull. Wrinkle treatment is necessary which is done with dermaplaning and blading procedures.

What Actually is Dermaplaning? Why Does It Occur?

Dermaplaning is a non-invasive procedure to eliminate all the unwanted vellus hairs or peach fuzz growth on the superficial layer of the skin, particularly on the face. It is done by using a special sterile blade called a Dermatome. This process is applied to a smaller part of the face, except the nose.

Some people do Dermaplaning just for the sake of hair removal and to stop aging. I wanna clarify to them this is not a permanent treatment. This is a temporary fix and hairs will grow after a certain period. That’s why treatment is ongoing and needs regular sessions every 3 to 4 weeks depending upon the severity of symptoms.

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What is Dermablading? An effective Fine Hair Removal by Dermblade 

Dermablading is a similar procedure to Dermaplaning, both exfoliating peach fuzz and unwanted fine hair. However, Dermablading goes deeper and makes the skin smooth and radiant. Want smoother, brighter skin? 

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Dermaplaning vs Dermablading Where is The Difference?

 Choosing the right procedure between these two can be confusing. Both procedures aim for smoother, brighter skin, but they have key differences. Here’s a breakdown:

Exfoliating Tool:

Dermaplaning: Uses a Sterile Exfoliating Tool which is also known as  dermatome

Dermablading:  surgical scalpel or dermablade is specially designed for that.

Suitable Skin Type

Dermaplaning: It is Generally good for almost all skin types except acne-prone skin.Donot Go with it if you have active acne.

Dermablading: It is safe and  suitable for all skin types, but a consultation is recommended for sensitive or acne-prone skin.

Pain Level:

Dermaplaning: Minimally painful, often compared to a shaving sensation.

Dermablading: This may cause mild discomfort, but it’s generally manageable and is too easy to bear.

Treatment Time:

Dermaplaning: Quicker and more efficient, taking only a few minutes.

Dermablading: Little bit of time taking, up to  20-30 minutes.


Dermaplaning: Sessions are repeated every 3-4 weeks.

Dermablading: Requires touch-ups more frequently, often monthly.

Who Might Benefit From Each?

Dermaplaning is recommended for individuals with dull skin and unwanted hair growth on face peach fuzz. It effectively exfoliates the skin surface. On the other hand, Dermablading offers a deeper exfoliation, making it suitable for those with concerns about fine lines and scars.

Those who have Active Acne, any infection, or Cold sores should avoid Dermaplaning.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Dermablading and Dermaplaning 


  • Safe and Non-Invasive Procedure
  • Increased Absorption of Skincare Products 
  • Cut down the level of scars, wrinkles , and rashes to a level of comfort 
  • Radiant and Glowy Skin 
  • No Unwanted hair growth  peach fuzz etc
  • Skin becomes Smooth and Health 
  • No Dead Cells formation in the Endodermis layer 
  • Dermablading goes deeper and might be suitable for fine lines.


Although both procedures are considered to be safe there are not risky free here are some Cons of them 

  • There is a risk of Infection after the procedure if proper care is not done.
  • Redness of face after Procedure 
  • Formation of Patchy Skin Pigment.
  • Skin discoloration 
  • Dermaplaning Requires constant sessions.

Both procedures are safe and noninvasive. Should I consider Dermablading or  Dermaplaning? Which is better for me?

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Apr 24, 2024 | Treatment guides

About the Author: Dr. Faisal

About the Author: Dr. Faisal

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