Dermal Blading/ Epiblading
Dermal blading is an exciting new technique that removals the dead cell build up on the top layers of your skin with no downtime and instant results in a quick and painfree way.
At Medical Skin Clinic Australia we are finding it addictive, as the benefits are felt straight away and leaves the skin feeling soft, clean and refreshed.
Skin conditions suited to Epiblading
- Anyone wanting a smoother texture now
- Sun damaged, blotchy skin
- Fine lines
- Acne and congested skin
- Thickened skin
- Diffuse redness and rosacea (due to stimulation of collagen and dermal thickening)
- Epidermal levelling helps to prevent ingrown hairs and shaving rash in men.
What is dermal blading?
Dermablading uses a blade to remove dull dead surface skin cells.
After the skin in cleansed, the skin is pulled taught and the blade is used to quickly and painlessly scrape away the build up of dulling dead skin cells. This technique also removes "peach fuzz" growth on the face, leaving the skin smooth and glowing.
Who is suitable for Dermal Blading?
Dermal blading or epidermal leveling is recommended if you want a non-surgical, non-invasive, affordable skin rejuvenation treatment, with a focus on quick treatment sessions, no recovery time, and no major side effects. Patients wanting to treat acne scars, poor skin tone, large or clogged pores, fine lines and very dry skin can achieve great skin success with Dermal Bladi.
Side effects following Dermal blading are minimal. Minor bleeding or scratches may result, but with a qualified and experienced practitioner as at Medical Skin Clinic Australia, this is a rare risk.
How often should Treatments be done?
Dermal Blading treatments can be repeated every three to four weeks. We do not recommend treating the skin more often than that.