What is Dermaplaning?

Dermaplaning is an innovative technique that requires a special surgical instrument held at the skin at 45 degree angle to remove the top layer of the skin made up of dead skin cells which can improve many skin conditions.


This amazing treatment is also the answer for removing unwanted fine velous hair (peach fuzz).The treatment removes the hair gently and safely without stimulating hair growth. It is the most safe, non-invasive, painless and extremely effective clinical treatment designed to evenly and deeply exfoliate the skin.


This exfoliating treatment is a great compliment to skin peels or a hydrafacial and is a good choice for anyone who has extremely sensitive skin, redness or rosacea. It immediately leaves the skin feeling smooth, supple and vibrant.


What are the benefits?

  • Improves skin texture

  • Removes velous hair (peach fuzz)

  • Lightens uneven hyperpigmented skin for a more even skin tone

  • Unblocks blackheads, making pores appear smaller

  • Smooths acne scarring

  • Boosts the effectiveness of skincare product absorption


Who is Dermaplaning good for?

All skin types can be treated, including sensitive skin. Dermaplaning is an excellent option for acne-prone skin, as long as there are no active lesions present.


Suitable for pregnant and lactating women.


Dermaplaning is not suitable for you if you have any of the following:

  • Active acne

  • Bleeding disorders or difficulty clotting

  • Diabetes that is not under the control of medication or diet

  • Skin cancers, cold sores/herpes, keloid scarring or eczema

  • Cancer that is undergoing treatment, including chemotherapy or radiation


Will hair grow back thicker or darker from Dermaplaning?

Fine facial hair (vellus hair) is removed as part of the dermaplaning blading treatment. You can expect this hair to naturally grow back blunt-ended, however the hair will not be darker or denser.


How often should I have Dermaplaning?

An epidermal treatment takes approximately 30 minutes, which includes the blading process, followed by a light enzyme peel.

The treatment can be repeated every 3-4 weeks


$130 per session

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