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Dermaplaning is a skin treatment that uses a specialized blade — similar to a surgical scalpel — to remove dead skin and facial hairs. The procedure aims to give facial skin a smooth, youthful, and brighter appearance. As well as smoothing skin and removing “peach fuzz,” dermaplaning can help with acne scars, dry/dull skin, and small wrinkles. Dermaplaning is recommended before many treatments such as facials, microdermabrasion, microchanneling, and chemical peels to promote deeper product penetration.
Dermaplaning provides several potential benefits for all skin types. Potential candidates interested in dermaplaning are often looking to achieve a more youthful look by removing dead skin, unwanted hairs, and minor imperfections in their complexion. Some benefits include:
Though there are at-home devices available over-the-counter, we strongly advise against using them. In addition to having to manipulate the device in a certain way to prevent nicks on the face, over-the-counter razors can lead to an uneven growth pattern, ingrown hairs, and stubble. The tools also require strict sterilization, and blades should never be used more than once. This sort of protocol becomes more lax in an at-home setting, leaving you at risk for infection and breakouts.
Includes only a light skin prep + dermaplane.
Includes a gentle skin cleanse, light extractions (if needed), dermaplane, customized facial serum, and moisturizer.