What is dermaplaning?
Dermaplaning is the only dual action, Glow & Go treatment that comfortably exfoliates the skin and removes fine facial hair (vellus hair). This treatment instantly rejuvenates the skin and creates the perfect canvas for makeup application, and is a go-to treatment to prepare for special occasions. Dermaplaning has been in practice for over 40 years and is now becoming a popular skin revitalizing treatment, as it provides a deeper exfoliation when compared to microdermabrasion treatments; however there is still no downtime.
Safe for all skin types, it diminishes:
- Blackheads (may need extractions)
- Dull, rough and dry skin
- Vellus hair (fine facial hair)
Leaving your skin ultra smooth and supple with a fresh new glow!*
Dermaplaning is a comfortable treatment with no downtime. Some redness may occur, but usually disappears within a few hours. RF treatments, extractions, peels or laser treatments may be added to further customize the treatment. Consultations are recommended to assess your skin prior to treatment.
All treatments include a brow and lip contour, calming and soothing mask, and SPF 50 sunscreen will be applied after your treatment.
Is dermaplaning for me?
If your goal is to get rid of the fine facial hair, and improve the texture of your skin, then you are a perfect candidate for Dermaplaning. All skin types can be treated and a consultation is recommended. These treatments provide superior exfoliation as well as remove the fine vellus hair from the face leaving your skin smooth and fresh, while helping to maintain a healthy complexion.*
Your skin will look cleaner and healthier after one treatment, but more visible changes like a reduction of fine lines may require 3 to 5 treatments.* Generally the treatments are scheduled two to four weeks apart depending on the condition being treated and to allow the skin to recover.* After the recommended number of sessions, you may want to maintain your results with continued dermaplaning treatments once a month.*
Contraindications for dermaplaning
Treatments are not recommended to keratosis sufferers, people with undiagnosed lesions, active rosacea or acne, weeping acne (stages 3 to 4), diabetes, auto-immune disorders, fragile capillaries, eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis or lupus.