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Dermaplaning is a deep exfoliating facial, which removes dead skin cells and vellus hair.

This helps to brighten and improve skin tone, reduces acne scarring and pigmentation, encourages deeper product absorption and stimulates collagen production. A hyaluronic acid face mask is also included in this treatment.
One of the easiest ways of removing unwanted hair from the face is dermaplaning treatment. In the same way that shaving works, it uses a painless blade to gently scrape away facial hair (often referred to as ‘peach fuzz’) and rids the skin of any build-up of dead skin cells, all of which can contribute to making your skin look dull or uneven. Just like exfoliation, it removes any barriers which would stop your skincare from penetrating – meaning your products often work much more effectively after a treatment.


You’ll want to cleanse your face gently immediately after dermaplaning. A gentle cleanser will remove any debris or residue left behind on the skin’s surface. Avoid using harsh or abrasive cleansers, which can irritate the skin. Dermaplaning can leave your skin feeling a bit dry and sensitive. To combat this, apply a hydrating serum or face oil to help nourish and protect the skin. For two weeks following your treatment, stick to a simple skincare routine. That means using a gentle cleanser, hydrating serum or face oil, and sunscreen every day. Avoid any other treatments or products that could irritate the skin. It’s important to use sunscreen after dermaplaning since your skin will be more sensitive to the sun’s harmful rays. Choose a broad-spectrum SPF 30 or higher and apply it every day, even if you’re just spending time indoors.




45 mins


2-3 days


8 weeks

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