NEW! Dermaplaning Facial Treatment
Shed your Winter layers!
Dermaplaning is a simple and safe procedure for exfoliating the face and ridding of fine vellus hairs (peach fuzz). Dermaplaning uses a sterile surgical scalpel specially designed for the face to gently remove the top layer of dead skin. Dermaplaning is more gentle, yet deeper exfoliating than microdermabrasion.
- smoother skin
- removes fine facial hair that traps dirt and oil.
- enhances the effectiveness of other skin treatments (chemical peels)
- reduces acne scars
- reduces fine lines
- immediate results
Your spa experience will include a facial cleansing, Dermaplaning treatment and a cooling masque for the face. This service will exfoliate deeper than microdermabrasion, which will allow all you skincare products to penetrate more deeply and work to it's full potential.
Book your complimentary consultation to answer any questions you may have.
Does Dermaplaning increase hair growth on the face?
No, Dermaplane will not increase hair growth as you are not affecting the actual hair follicle and the hair cycle remains regulated by cells deep within each hair follicle.
How many Dermaplane sessions are required to see results?
Dermaplaning is a great method of exfoliating the skin which is a permanent ongoing process. Typically, you will benefit from a course of at least 4 treatments over a short period of time. Long term you will need to maintain it as the skin is constantly growing.
Is Dermaplaning safe for women with skin conditions?
Dermaplaning is safe for any skin type except for active or cystic acne.
Is there any downtime needed after a Dermaplaning session?
No, it does leave a mild sunburnt feeling for a short time after so moisturizer and sunscreen are recommended.
After Dermaplaning is done once, am I committed to it for the rest of my life?
No, your vellus hairs will grow back and will look just as they did before you started.
Do I need to still wax if I get Dermaplaning done?
No, there is no more need to wax as the Dermaplaning involves the use of a scalpel which curves into a sharp point, it gets closer to the hair follicle than normal shaving.