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Dermaplaning

What is Dermaplaning?
Dermaplaning is a dermatological treatment for facial exfoliation that is sometimes confused with microdermabrasion. While both processes involve removing dead skin cells from the first layer of skin, dermaplaning also removes vellus hair (peach fuzz) and does not abrade the skin. It is a known, safe procedure for facial rejuvenation and has been used to renew facial skin and maintain that youthful, healthy glow throughout history.

How Does Dermaplaning Rejuvenate the Skin?*
By removing dull, dry or damaged skin cells, dermaplaning reveals fresh layers of healthy skin that have not been damaged by daily exposure to the sun and other elements. Dermaplaning also works to remove facial hair that may or may not be noticeable. In addition to being visible, this unwanted vellus hair can also accumulate dirt, oil, or dander and create opportunities for bacteria to gather at the follicle. By removing the unwanted hair, the skin is made to look and feel younger, healthier, brighter and smoother.

What Can I Expect During My Treatment?*
Our aesthetician will:

  • Ensure that you are comfortable
  • Explain the steps that she will be performing
  • Cleanse your face, removing any make up
  • Perform the dermaplaning procedure using a special blade
  • Apply a moisturizer

Will My Hair Grow Back Coarse or Thick?
Hair regrowth is a common concern for women, but dermaplaning does not cause hair to regrow thicker or coarse. Dermaplaning is a widely used procedure for women across the world and can be used alone or in conjunction with other luxury facial services. If you have additional questions, please contact our office. We encourage you to book your free dermaplaning consultation today.


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*Results may vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as typical. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.