https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dfexjYpCNq0 Simply put, dermaplaning is a fancy name for what men do everyday: shaving (yes, shaving!). A trained esthetician uses a cosmetic scalpel to remove dead skin along with vellus/non-terminal hair, making skin smoother and brighter. A version of this can be done at home with a quality razor blade using light, feather light strokes on a clean, moist face.
The hypodermis (yes, where they put the needle) is the thickest portion of our skin, made up of adipose tissue, or body fat. It provides insulation and padding. The general condition of our skin is dependent on the fitness of the hypodermis. Its overall health is in turn dependent on diet, exercise and healthy living. As we age, our hypodermis thins and atrophies, contributing to (along with hyaluronic acid loss) sagging and generalized attenuation. The hypodermis attach
Intrinsic and Extrinsic Aging Intrinsic skin aging is generally thought of as the hereditary, physiological, and immutable form of aging. It is known as the “natural aging process.” No matter how successful or evolved you think you are, you cannot escape intrinsic aging. Who you were born to, and your subsequent individual genetic makeup, cannot at present be altered. Nor can we avoid gravity, the inevitable passage of time, or the fact that we grow older with every sola
If you are use anti-aging products like retinoids, alpha hydroxys or vitamin C serums, there are a few things you need to know that will make your regimen more effective and help avoid potential skin damage. Like alpha hydroxys (AHAs), retinoids thin the epidermal wall, which often means skin becomes more sensitive and easily damaged. Take care when introducing retinoids and baby your skin for the first couple of weeks. Don't apply near lips or eyes and avoid nose crease.