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Dermaplaning is quickly gaining in popularity and is a safe effective treatment to exfoliate the skin and remove all the fine vellus hairs.  Dermaplaning uses a medical scalpel blade to remove excessive dead skin build up and peach fuzz (vellus hairs).  The skin is left soft, smooth and hydrated with a youthful glow.


Dermaplaning is painless and requires no downtime.  It is safe for all skin types and can benefit skins with blackheads and minor imperfections. For best results we recommend treatments at 4-6 weekly intervals - depending on your hair growth cycle, this will keep the skin looking smooth and bright. 


Frequently asked questions


Will my hair grow back darker and thicker?

No - this is a misconception vellus hair does not change into terminal hair.


What sort of skin imperfections can Dermaplaning help with?

Solar keratosis (medical clearance required), blackheads, the appearance of acne scars and hyperpigmentation, and of course fine lines.


Can I wear makeup after Dermaplaning?

Yes - although mineral makeup is best.  Foundations glide on smoothly after Dermaplaning.


I have a special event coming up, when should I book my Dermaplaning treatment?

At least 3 days prior to the event, so that your skin has settled down.


Is Dermaplaning painful?

No – This procedure removes dead skin cells and fine vellus hairs from the surface of your skin.  Therefore, no pain or swelling should be experienced.


Is Dermaplaning recommended for all skin types?

Dermaplaning is suitable for all skins except grade 3 and 4 acne sufferers.


I have rosacea and sensitive skin, is Dermaplaning a suitable option for my skin?

Yes, Dermaplaning provides an alternative to chemical peels or microdermabrasion and is a good choice for anyone who has extremely sensitive skin, redness or rosacea, or visible facial veins.


Will I still be able to use my skincare?

Yes, although avoid products with active ingredients for 72 hours after Dermaplaning.  You can expect deeper product penetration for serums and creams as an added bonus.


Could my skin have a reaction to Dermaplaning?

Yes, although highly unlikely, some reported reactions have been - hives from irritation, ingrown hairs, bacterial infections.  We suggest seeing a pharmacist if you have any reactions.  Ingrown hairs can be prevented with good exfoliation 2-3 times weekly as advised by your Beauty Therapist

Basic Service 

Double Cleanse, Dermaplaning, Mask Application, Hydrate, S.P.F


Advanced Service

Double Cleanse, Enzyme Mask, Dermaplaning, Mask Application, L.E.D Light Therapy, Hydrate, S.P.F


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