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What is Dermaplaning?

Dermaplaning restores the beauty of your complexion by stimulating cell turnover and removing up to 21 days of dead skin cells. This softens the look of lines, wrinkles, dark spots and melasma while promoting production of collagen and elastin, reducing the signs of aging and scarring.

With meticulous, careful strokes, your Licensed Aesthetic Nurse caresses the skin with a sterile blade, removing not only the top layer of your skin, but the vellus hairs (peach fuzz) that can create a dull appearance. Your skin is left buttery-smooth and glowing, an ideal canvas for makeup or skincare products.

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What to expect

Painless skin resurfacing!

Before your treatment, you will receive a thorough skin analysis with the Aesthetic Nurse to determine if Dermaplaning is right for you. Together, you will decide on a plan of action, and get started!  

Treatable areas for skin resurfacing with Dermaplaning include the face, and neck; acne scarring, and areas with uneven skin texture. Dermaplane Bonus: removal of excess facial hair leaving a soft, smooth canvas for makeup application!

Dermaplane Before & After

Before & After

Dermaplane Before & After

Single Treatment - Dermaplane Facial

Dermaplane Before & After

Single Treatment - Dermaplane Facial

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Improved skin where it counts!

This low-risk treatment improve skin tone and texture at the surface level so your skin can glow! 

The epidermis is constantly shedding, and unless your skincare is medical grade, your products are not likely absorbing beyond the top layer that is constantly sloughing off. Dermaplaning allows for better product absorption, diminishing fine lines and wrinkles, reducing acne scarring, removal of vellus hair (peach fuzz), brightens skin, and is safe for most skin tones and textures. 

Dermaplaning is a fantastic pre-treatment for Microneedling, Nanoneelding, RF Skin Tightening, and mild Chemical peels!

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Dermaplane FAQs


Common questions about Dermaplaning. ​​

Does Dermaplaning hurt?

Dermaplane Facials are painless and relaxing.

Who cannot have Dermaplaning treatments?

Dermaplaning is contraindicated for the following skin concerns: active skin cancer; pustular or nodular rosacea or pustular acne; history of keloids; eczema; psoriasis; any active skin infections - fungal, viral or bacterial; scars less than 6 months old.

How many treatments will I need?

A minimum of 1 to 2 sessions is recommended with regular maintenance treatments giving the best outcome. The first series of services should be done 4 weeks apart with a maintenance schedule determined after that.

Will my face be red?

You skin will have a healthy glow, with no redness.

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How does Dermaplaning help scars, fine lines, and wrinkles?

Dermaplaning reduces the depth of wrinkles and fine lines by removing the superfical layers of skin. Similarly, the depth of acne scarring is reduced, evening out skin tone and texture.

What does it feel like after?

You skin will be smooth, and free of peach-fuzz.

How long does the appointment take?

Dermaplan Facials take approximately 70 minutes and include scalp, neck, and arm massage.

How deep is Dermaplaning going into my skin?

Dermaplaning works on the epidermis only. It does not pass this layer of skin, keeping the deeper layer (dermis) intact.

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