Derma Blading – A Beauty Movement At Ozmedica
Derma blading is an undemanding, painless and highly effective clinical skin treatment that intensely and evenly exfoliates the dead skin cell build up on the outer layers of your skin.
At Ozmedica, we endeavour to address your skin conditions and give it a rejuvenated look with our high rated skin treatments. Derma blading is one of our newly launched beauty movements that helps to exfoliate and get rid of dead skin cells and vellus hair, in the most uncomplicated ways. The treatment involves scraping the surface of your skin with a small, sterile blade, safe for all skin types and is a good alternative to chemical peels and microdermabrasion.
How Does Derma Blading Work?
Derma blading involves the use of a surgical blade positioned at an angle of 45-degree to the surface of your skin. It may sound like an invasive process, but the blade has been designed to eliminate any possibilities of injury during the process. In addition to that, our clinicians have been carefully vetted to use the scalpel while holding your skin taut, and swiping the blade in gentle upward motions.
As there’s no downtime involved, you can feel the results instantly. Your skin feels absolutely soft, smooth and radiant. While these are some instant benefits, but if you look at the big picture, you’ll realise that the magic of Derma blading goes beyond a basic shave.
Long Term Benefits Of Derma Blading
Derma blading is a skin focused process that comes with a suite of long term benefits. Some of them are:
- Reduction of fine lines, pigmentation, acne scars,
- Removal of fine facial hair
- Increased cell turnover
- Slow and finer regrowth of facial hair
- Even skin texture
- Increased skincare absorption
Will Derma blading cause breakouts?
Derma blading might not be suitable for people having severe acne breakouts, but if you’ve experienced our fantastic treatment lately, you would know that it works quite opposite, actually. Derma blading allows you to get rid of dead skin cells that clog your pores and hair follicles, which mainly causes pimples and block your skincare products from penetrating the skin. Exfoliating your skin with the process of derma blading allows you to rejuvenate you sallow and lifeless skin and maintain a healthy glow. But, as we mentioned above, if you already have an existing breakout, you’ll unfortunately need another skin treatment. Take a look at our range of specialised skin treatments here. In fact, Derma blading can be availed in combination with other treatments like Medical Peels, Medi-Facials and Face Masks for better and enhanced results.
How Often You Should Get The Treatment Done
Derma blading treatments can be repeated every two to four weeks. We do not recommend
treating the skin more often than that.
Want a free consultation with a clinician?
Your privacy is important to us. All consultations with our clinicians are confidential.