Exfoliation At Its Best
Treat and Remove
Dead Skin Cells
Dermaplaning, one of Hollywoods’ long-time favorite, is a very effective form of exfoliation. Using a small scalpel, the top layer of your skin is gently scraped off, removing the built-up dead skin as well as unwanted vellus facial hair. This process ultimately reveals smoother, brighter skin to yield that flawless appearance everyone yearns for.
Non-Chemical exfoliation. Uncover softer, smoother skin with this painless procedure that has been used for centuries to exfoliate. Dead, dull skin is removed for a fresher appearance. Excellent for giving a radiant appearance to all skin types. Sensitive skin can see great results without chemicals, and other modalities will be greatly enhanced with the addition of this service.
1. Targets all skin types.
2. Requires a No. 3 scalpel handle and surgical blades.
3. Stratum Corneum layer is left extremely smooth and vellus hair is removed.
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1What is Select Dermaplaning?
This Dermaplaning treatment procedure is used to selectively remove the outer most layers of dead skin cells leaving the skin immediately smooth, supple and vibrant, It will stimulate the production of new collagen and refreshed skin cells. It will also remove the fine vellus hair (peach fuzz).
Note: Dermaplaning is not dermabrasion.
2Who is a candidate for dermaplaning?
Dermaplaning is beneficial for patients with rough, dry skin; superficial hyperpigmentation; mild acne scarring and those with fine lines and wrinkles.
3Is the treatment safe?
We use a gentle peel without harsh ingredients that are loaded with nutrients and antioxidants. This combination promotes healthy new skin cell growth while combating the signs of sun damage, aging, and environmental damage.
4Best time for Dermaplaning
We highly recommend a dermaplaning facial before a big event such as a wedding or a reunion due to the smoothing and rejuvenating appearance it produces. There is no downtime, you can return to work the same day.
5Is Dermaplaning Recommended For Acne Skin?
No. Please visit our office for an assessment to suggest the appropriate procedure.