Benefits and effects of Dermaplaning


Dermaplaning is a treatment which uses a sterilised surgical blade to remove fine vellus hair and keratinized cells from the outer layers of the epidermis, which leaves the skin looking fresh, glowing and clean and can be used in conjunction with other salon treatments.

Dermaplaning training is highly recommended in the beauty industry, as it takes up hardly any time and is a high in-demand treatment.

Dermaplaning is an exfoliation treatment that works to remove dead skin cells that reside in the upper layer of the skin.

This treatment is quick and relatively simple once you know-how, taking just under thirty minutes to administer and complete. Dermaplaning is typically only performed on the face and should not be used to shape eyebrows as this can be dangerous. This treatment improves the health of the skin, leaving it fresh and incredibly smooth.

Dermaplaning is performed on the face only. We do not plane the eyelids or chest.

Dermaplaning can be performed every 3 to 4 weeks for maintenance and proper skin exfoliation. For correction of acne scars, fine lines and wrinkles, and skin rejuvenation purposes, it may be performed at a closer interval.

It is an excellent choice for extremely sensitive skin, redness and rosacea or visible facial veins.  The treatment is painless and very safe and the hair does grow back, however it is just a soft as it was prior to treatment.  It will not grow back thicker.