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Dead skin cells are responsible for many skin issues including dullness, wrinkles, and breakouts. Yet Dermaplaning is one of the safest and most effective ways to remove dead skin cells from the surface of the skin.Dermaplaning also effectively removes vellus hairs known as ‘peach fuzz’, leaving your skin soft and glowing from the first treatment.
Dermaplaning is a non-invasive procedure using a sterile scalpel to gently remove surface debris, dirt, oil, dead skin cells and peach fuzz.
By removing superficial dead skin cells from the epidermis, the painless process stimulates the production of collagen revealing a new layer of smooth and lustrous skin.
Collagen rich skin also improves tone and texture to help heal acne, scarring and discolouration.
One treatment removes up to 3-weeks worth of dull, dead skin cells, leaving your face looking more youthful and radiant.
Will dermaplaning cause breakouts?
Quite the opposite: a build-up of dead skin cells can clog your pores and hair follicles
which is why exfoliation is essential for maintaining healthy skin.
Dermaplaning can reduce the appearance of acne scarring, but it is not recommended for
people with active acne. However, we can advise other specialist treatments and serums
Will my hairs grow back darker and thicker?
No. The vellus hairs will grow back exactly how they were before the treatment and will
Vellus hair is not the same as Terminal hair (pigmented hair on your
Can I combine other treatments?
Serums, masks and peels are the perfect combinations to boost the impact of a dermaplaning facial.
Products used after the treatment will penetrate the skin more effectively to enhance results. Call us for more information.
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