Facial Treatment Duration: 60 Minute

60 Minute
Dermaplaning is a cosmetic procedure that involves exfoliating the skin to remove dead skin cells and fine facial hair, typically using a sterile surgical scalpel. This treatment aims to leave the skin looking smoother, brighter, and more youthful. Here are some key points about dermaplaning:

Smoothing + Hydrating Treatment

The Dermaplaning service combines customized mechanical and exfoliation technique. Utilizing both resurfacing and professional serums to achieve smoother, brighter skin.

Recommended for:

Brighter skin
Uneven skin texture
Key Benefits:

Smoother skin tone
Brighter skin

Benefits of Dermaplaning

1. Exfoliation: Removes dead skin cells, promoting cell turnover and enhancing skin texture and tone.
2. Improved Absorption: Enhances the effectiveness of skincare products by allowing them to penetrate deeper into the skin.
3. Smoother Makeup Application: Creates a smoother surface for makeup, making it look more natural and flawless.
4. Reduced Appearance of Fine Lines and Wrinkles: Can help minimize the look of fine lines and wrinkles over time.
5. Instant Results: Provides immediate improvement in skin texture and brightness.
6. Non-Invasive: Unlike chemical peels or laser treatments, dermaplaning is a non-invasive procedure with minimal downtime.


2. Dermaplaning: A sterile surgical scalpel is used to gently scrape off dead skin cells and fine hair from the face. This is usually done at a 45-degree angle in small, controlled strokes.
3. Post-Treatment Care: A soothing moisturizer or serum is applied to the skin to help calm any redness or irritation. Sun protection is crucial after treatment.


Skin Type: Suitable for most skin types, but those with active acne, rosacea, or other skin conditions should consult a dermatologist first.
• Frequency: Typically recommended every 3-4 weeks to maintain results.
• Side Effects: Generally minimal, including slight redness or sensitivity immediately after the procedure.

Myths and Misconceptions

Hair Regrowth: Contrary to popular belief, dermaplaning does not cause hair to grow back thicker or darker. The hair will grow back at the same rate and texture as before the treatment.

Professional vs. At-Home Dermaplaning

Professional Treatment: Performed by a licensed esthetician or dermatologist, ensuring a safe and effective procedure.

Aftercare Tips

1. Avoid Sun Exposure: Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen to protect the skin from UV damage.
2. Gentle Skincare: Avoid harsh exfoliants or active ingredients like retinoids for a few days post-treatment.
3. Hydration: Keep the skin well-hydrated with a gentle moisturizer.Dermaplaning can be a beneficial addition to a skincare routine for those seeking to improve skin texture and achieve a radiant complexion. Always consult with a professional to determine if it is the right treatment for your skin type and concerns.