Dermaplaning Skin Treatment
Dermaplane facial is a highly effective, non-invasive treatment which removes the surface dead skin cell layers, removes vellus hairs leaving the skin silky smooth. Increases cell turnover and is highly effective in minimising the appearance of fine lines, acne scarring and dark spots (pigmentation).
Dermaplaning, or ‘epidermal levelling’, is a fast, safe, non-invasive treatment which can improve many skin conditions.
Dermaplaning treatment is performed using a blade to gently exfoliate the skin. It removes the outer layer of dead skin cells, along with fine facial hair commonly known as ‘peach fuzz’ or vellus hair. The treatment removes the hair gently and safely without stimulating hair growth.
This treatment also includes a AHA peel to remove dead skin and a Lactic peel to improve barrier function and has a natural moisturising effect.
It immediately leaves the skin feeling smooth, supple and vibrant.
A noticeable improvement is immediate with smoother texture and fresh skin appearance. Dermaplaning effectively:
Improves skin texture
Increases cell turnover
Minimises the appearance of fine lines, acne scarring and dark spots (pigmentation)
Removes vellus hair
Boosts the effectiveness of skincare product absorption
Ideally you should avoid direct sun exposure for 5-10 days post procedure and be very diligent with SPF protection. It is also advised to avoid anything which may irritate the skin while it heals.
Fine facial hair (vellus hair) is removed as part of the dermaplaning blading treatment.
You can expect this hair to naturally grow back blunt-ended, however the hair will not be darker or denser as genetic factors are responsible for the density, length, color and texture of hair.
In this treatment you will receive: double cleanse, pre-dermaplaning prep, derma planning, AHA Peel, Lactic peel, professional only active serums and moisturiser.
Is there any downtime after dermaplaning?
No downtime is involved post treatment
Who can’t be treated?
Clients with active acne (active pustular acne);
Clients with bleeding disorders or difficulty clotting;
Diabetic clients that are not under the control of medication or diet;
Clients undergoing cancer treatments.