Dermaplaning Consent Form
Dermaplaning & The Issue Of Consent
With a procedure of any kind that someone will choose to undergo, it’s important that every step is being taken to keep the client and the practitioner as safe and protected as possible. With dermaplaning, that is certainly vital. Whether you are thinking about having dermaplaning done, or you are in a professional position where you are going to be giving the procedure out, it’s vital to seek consent beforehand. Let’s look at why that might be.
Dermaplaning: The Procedure
Dermaplaning is a cosmetic procedure that essentially very effectively exfoliates the skin, which in turn gets rid of excess dirt and vellus hair, or what you might otherwise have heard referred to as ‘peach fuzz’. This is achieved with a scalpel-like tool known as a dermatome. The main advantage of dermaplaning is that it leaves the skin brighter and smoother very effectively and quickly.
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The Risks Behind Dermaplaning
However, as ever, there are risks to be aware of with dermaplaning, including those that affect the client, and the practitioner. It’s important to be aware of these risks, and that they are spoken about openly and honestly when consent is being sought through the use of a dermaplaning consent form.
The risks can include red and swollen skin, soreness in the area, and a burning or tingling feeling that may last a few days. There are also further risks if you already have skin disorders such as psoriasis.
For those reasons and more, a dermaplaning consent form should always be used.
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