Say goodbye to dead skin!
What is Dermaplane?
Dermaplaning uses a medical-grade surgical blade to remove the surface layer of dead skin, debris, and hair. A single dermaplaning session is able to remove around 2-3 weeks of built-up dead skin cells and debris from your skin. Dermplane is completely pain-free and non-invasive. The technique may look similar to shaving, but it is much more effective because the blade being used is able to get right against the top layer of skin. There is no need to worry about the hair growing back darker- dermaplaning targets the vellus hair (peach fuzz) that grows back the same size and color. In addition, the way the surgical blade cuts the hair does not create the illusion of thicker hair. There is no downtime with this treatment.
What to Expect with Dermaplane
• $85/stand-alone service
• $50/add on service
What's the process?
During the treatment, a surgical blade is used to exfoliate the dead skin cells.
What Does It Do?
Dermaplaning helps to improve the skin’s texture and makes the skin more youthful and radiant.
Dermaplane has no downtime. However, direct sun exposure and extreme heat are not recommended for three to five days post-treatment and an SPF of at least 30 should be applied daily. Avoid using exfoliating products and retinols for at least five days following treatment. Some patients may experience a slight tingle when skincare products are applied following treatment.
See if it’s right for you
- Dermaplaning is recommended for all skin types however, If you have active acne it is not recommended.