What is Dermaplaning?

Dermaplaning is a deeply exfoliating treatment. It is achieved using a medical grade scalpel, and a skin stretching technique. This process shaves away the outer layers of the skin.

This process is not uncomfortable, and it is very safe when done by a trained professional.

Dermaplaning is only suitable for the face.

In removing the layers of dead skin, debris, oils etc your clients can have fresh clean skin, with the added benefit of vellus hair removal.

 

What are the benefits of dermaplaning?

• Removes surface dead/keratinised skin cells

• Removes unwanted facial hair

• Doesn’t cause any inflammation

Instant results and no downtime

• Skin has a nice, healthy glow

• Skin feels incredibly soft and smooth

• Non-traumatic method of skin rejuvenation

• Improves skin tone

• Can accentuate facial features and make clients look slimmer

• Can be used on pregnant women who may be contraindicated to other treatments such as chemical peels etc.

• Does not disrupt pH balance of the skin

• Make-up glides on effortlessly for a flawless finish

• Improves superficial pigmentation

• Allows topical treatments to be absorbed more readily into the deeper layers of the skin

• Improves fine lines and wrinkles

• Can help to diminish scars

• Exfoliation treatment of choice for extremely sensitive skin, redness or rosacea, or visible facial veins

• Stimulates fibroblasts – collagen and elastin

• The skin starts to heal itself, immediately producing newer, healthier skin Stimulates circulation of blood and lymph flow

• Enhances the natural shedding process of the skin

• Stimulates new cell growth

• Can help to minimise pore size

 

How frequently should you have dermaplaning?

Dermaplaning is recommended every three to four weeks.