Skin Resurfacing


Dead Skin &
Peach Fuzz Removal

Dermaplaning is a very gentle skin resurfacing treatment utilizing a surgical blade to manually remove the outermost layer of dead skin and the fine vellus hair (peach fuzz) from the face. Dermaplaning allows for greater penetration of skincare products, enhances the results of other treatments, and makes skin smoother for more even and radiant skin.

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How it Works

Dermaplaning is a method of exfoliation that consists of using a surgical scalpel togently scrape off the top layer of dulling dead skin cells revealing a smoother, brightercomplexion. Because it does not use chemicals, Dermaplaning is awonderful way toresurface the skin even during pregnancy.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Dermaplaning is a treatment that uses a medical scalpel to gently exfoliate the outer layer of dead skin cells and remove fine facial hair commonly known as “peach fuzz”, technically called “vellus” hair. it can be used as an alternative to laser treatments and microdermabrasion or along with them for an enhanced result. This procedure will give your skin a more radiant appearance. Following the treatment, makeup applications are smoother and other skincare products are able to penetrate deeper, making them more effective.

The ideal candidate for Dermaplaning has aging, dry, rough, or uneven skin tone. Dermaplaning can also help reduce the appearance of shallow acne scars, fine lines, and superficial hyperpigmentation.

This treatment is extremely safe when performed by skincare professional. There is no more risk to the skin than when you shave your legs. There is also no downtime associated with this procedure.

Dermaplaning is effective by performing a gentle scraping motion across the skin’s surface. With hair removal such as waxing and threading, most people have the idea that all hair removal is painful, but Dermaplaning is entirely painless. There are risks of cuts on the skin, however they are small and very minor as the pressure used for Dermaplaning cannot cause a deep cut. These nicks and scrapes heal within 24-48 hours.

No. There are several types of hair that grow on the body: vellus hair and terminal hair. Vellus hair is found on most areas of the body except palms, soles, lips and genital areas, whereas terminal hairs are found on the scalp, underarms, and pubic region. The soft and fine vellus hair grows back at the same rate and texture.

Hyperkeratosis is a buildup of dead skin cells on the skin’s surface. By removing this initial layer, a chemical peel can penetrate deeper into the dermis resulting in more effective treatment. The conjunction of dermaplaning and a chemical peel leaves the skin refreshed and rejuvenated. Together they promote new skin growth and target problems such as aging, sunspots and environmental damage.

Dermaplaning takes anywhere between 30-45 minutes and can be performed every 3-4 weeks. The treatment itself removes approximately 21 days' worth of dead skin so it is important to let your skin rejuvenate before your next appointment.

All options are a form of physical exfoliation. Dermaplaning removes vellus hair (peach fuzz) and dead skin cells from the skin, microdermabrasion also exfoliate the surface of the skin, but not as thoroughly or deeply as dermaplaning does. Hydradermabrasion (also known as Hydrafacial) combines physical & chemical exfoliation that uses patented technology to cleanse, extract, as well as hydrate skin. Dermaplaning is often added to this procedure and the combination produces even better results!

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