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Dermaplaning is a professional skincare treatment that involves using a sterile surgical scalpel to gently exfoliate the skin's surface. By removing the outer layer of dead skin cells and vellus hair (peach fuzz), dermaplaning reveals smoother, brighter, and more radiant skin. It is a great treatment for those who have excess baby hair on the skin, as hair often creates a dull, lifeless appearance with possible buildup of dirt and oils in the follicles

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Removes peach fuzz hair

By removing dead skin cells and peach fuzz, dermaplaning leaves your skin incredibly smooth and even, creating the perfect canvas for makeup application.

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Skincare absorbtion

Without the barrier of dead skin cells and facial hair, your skincare products can penetrate deeper into the skin, maximizing their effectiveness.

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No downtime

Unlike some other skin treatments, dermaplaning requires no downtime, allowing you to return to your regular activities immediately after the procedure.

Dermaplaning FAQ

Does the hair grow back thicker?

It's a myth that your facial hair will become either thicker or darker after dermaplaning. As the hair is vellus (baby hair) it is not possible for it to change into a terminal (thick) hair. The hair will grow back, but it won't change colour or thickness.

Does dermaplaning cause stuble? 

Again because this is vellus (baby hair) it will not grow back and cause stuble as this hair is very fine and fluffy. You may be able to feel the hair as it grows back but it is not at all rough to the touch.

How often should i have my dermaplaing done?

Most people only need to have their dermaplaing done every 6-8 weeks. Because this vellus hair is slow growing. It is the perfect treatment to have in between your other skin treatments.

At home vs in clinic dermaplaning?

At home dermaplaing blades often come with a blade protector and dont allow the blade to fully reach the surface of the skin, this is to prevent cuts and nicks. Clinic dermaplaning uses medical grade surgical scalpels that do not have blade covers allowing us to remove the hair as close to the skin as possible.

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