Enjoy baby soft skin! Dermaplaning has become one of the most popular services in the world, and it’s easy to see why. It is a gentle, safe, and effective form of exfoliation that also removes dead skin and unwanted hair. It is actually one of the easiest ways to remove unwanted facial hair. This painless procedure uses a scalpel to safely scrape off the top layer of built up dead skin cells, all which can contribute to making your skin look dull or uneven.
Dermaplaning is different from shaving, as it is performed with a specifically designed surgical scalpel and is often used as a preparation step before other skincare treatments, such as HydraFacials or peels, as it aids in enhancing the absorption of skincare products. After the procedure, the freshly exfoliated skin can better absorb topical treatments, serums, and moisturizers. This increased absorption can maximize the effectiveness of these products, allowing them to penetrate more deeply into the skin and provide optimal results.
The benefits of dermaplaning, besides the temporary hair removal, is to help reveal smoother and brighter skin underneath, giving the complexion a refreshed and rejuvenated appearance. By eliminating this buildup of dead skin cells, dermaplaning can help improve the texture of the skin, making it feel smoother and more even. It's especially perfect for big events as it results in a polished canvas for make-up to glide on more evenly without getting caught on the fine fuzz.
35 Minutes | $80
Stand alone treatment only.
60 Minutes | $120
Make the most out of your dermaplaning session by adding in a facial. The two work dynamically together to address a wide range of skin concerns, plus will give you a relaxing experience.
20 Minutes | $50
Dermaplaning can be added on to just about any service! It will enhance the results to any treatment.
Contraindications include: Severe form of acne, Accutane (if used within the past 6 months), cold sores or fever blisters, open lesions, active eczema or psorisis, dermatitis, malignant skin tumors, and children under 12 years.