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Dermaplaning is the process of gently exfoliating and sweeping away dead skin and fine hairs to reveal smooth and glow skin. Add dermaplaning to your monthly routine to uncover your smooth and radiant skin.

– Remove fine hairs
– Give you radiant skin
– Improves skin texture
– Smooths skin
– Helps absorption of moisturizers
– Allows smoother make-up application

DERMAPLANING – 60 min – $95

Dermaplaning is a procedure that exfoliates your skin and gets rid of dirt and vellus hair, better known as “peach fuzz.” The exfoliation and hair removal can leave your skin brighter and smoother. The treatment may soften fine lines and wrinkles and ease hyperpigmentation, or uneven skin tone. It’s also used to treat deep acne scars. How well it works really depends on your skin type, tone, and medical history.
At the end of the session, we apply anti-biotic ointment and recommend you leave it on for at least 2 hours to avoid infection.


Sugar Dermaplaning is a combination of using organic sugar paste and a sharp blade to remove peach fuzz facial hair, shaping eyebrows and remove dead skin cells. Sugar does not stick to the skin but only to hair and therefore will not traumatize the skin. Sugar paste only adheres to hair and dead skin cells so there is less trauma and minimal discomfort when removing hair. Sugaring exfoliates the skin and is also an excellent treatment to improve overall skin texture and tone. By keeping skin irritation to a minimum and NOT causing hair breakages, sugaring leaves the skin much smoother for longer. This provides a physical form of exfoliation, removing the top layer of dead skin along with fine vellus hair and triggering the cell regeneration.
At the end of the session, we apply anti-biotic ointment and recommend you leave it on for at least 2 hours to avoid infection.

A dermaplaning works best when it is part of a continuing routine of skin care on a regular basis.
Although our dermaplaning is beneficial and safe, there may be immediate side-effects, such as breakouts, redness, or irritation. We avoid these rare side effects by taking your skin assessment carefully after you fill out the form to know exactly what your skin type and skin condition are.
Contraindications that PREVENT a facial treatment:
• Acne prone, severe rosacea, psoriasis, eczema, and sunburn on facial skin.
• Viruses such as colds, FLU, COVID19, fever, cold sores, warts,
• Bacterial infections such as impetigo, boils, conjunctivitis, styes, Fungal infections such as ringworm, blepharitis,
• Undiagnosed lumps or swelling, known sensitivity or allergy to products.
Here are some basic skincare habits you can incorporate immediately after a dermaplaning for longer-lasting effects.
What You Should DO After Dermaplaning.
1. Cleanse your face with a gentle cleanser
Avoid using harsh or abrasive cleansers, which can irritate the skin.
2. Apply a hydrating serum or face oil
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.
3. After your treatment, follow a simple skincare routine.
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.
4. Use SPF
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 50 or higher and apply it every day, even if you’re just spending time indoors.
5. Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated
Drinking plenty of water helps to keep your skin hydrated from the inside out. This is especially important after dermaplaning since your skin will be more prone to dryness.
6. Get some rest and relaxation.
Taking some time to relax and de-stress can do wonders for your skin. Consider taking a relaxing bath or reading a good book to help your skin recover from dermaplaning.
What You Should NOT DO After Dermaplaning

1. Do not wear any makeup for 24 hours.
You’ll want to avoid wearing makeup for at least 24 hours after dermaplaning. This will give your skin time to heal and recover from the treatment.
2. Avoid using retinol or glycolic acid for at least a week.
These ingredients can cause irritation and dryness, which isn’t ideal for sensitive skin.
3. Avoid touching your face.
Touching your face can introduce bacteria to the skin and cause irritation. So, it’s best to avoid touching your face as much as possible after dermaplaning.
4. Avoid chlorine and swimming pools.
Chlorinated water can dry out and irritate the skin. So, it’s best to avoid swimming in pools or other bodies of chlorinated water for at least 24 hours after dermaplaning. You can shower normally after your treatment.
5. Don’t expose your skin to the sun.
It’s important to avoid direct sun exposure after dermaplaning. This can irritate the skin and cause redness and swelling. If you must be in the sun, make sure to wear sunscreen with a high SPF.
6. Don’t use hot water on your face.
Hot water can strip the natural oils from your skin, leaving it feeling dry and irritated. So, avoid using hot water when cleansing your face or taking a shower. Steam rooms or saunas should also be avoided for at least a day or two after dermaplaning.
7. Stay away from direct heat for up to 48 hours after your treatment.
Direct heat can include sunbeds, saunas, or hot spas. It is best to avoid suntanning on the beach right after a dermaplaning as well, as your skin is completely raw and vulnerable during this time and may not be well-protected against the sun’s harmful UV rays.
8. Don’t use harsh or abrasive cleansers and scrub brush on your face.
Harsh or abrasive cleansers and scrub brushes can irritate the skin and cause redness and swelling. Stick to gentle cleansers and your hands right after dermaplaning to help keep your skin healthy and happy.
9. Don’t book other facial treatments for two weeks.
Other facial treatments, such as chemical peels or microdermabrasion, can irritate the skin after dermaplaning. So, it’s best to wait at least two weeks before booking any other facial treatments.
10. Do not engage in any strenuous physical activity.
Strenuous physical activity can cause excessive sweating, which can lead to irritation and breakouts. So, it’s best to avoid working out or engaging in any other strenuous activity or exercise for at least 24 hours after dermaplaning.
11. Refrain from smoking or drinking alcohol for up to 72 hours after your treatment.
The smoke from cigarettes contains particles that can clog your pores, and after a dermaplaning your facial pores are almost always larger and can easily trap smoke particles. This can worsen your skin condition even if you have just had a treatment.

Similarly, alcohol contains compounds that can affect your skin and speed up the aging process. Stay clear of harmful substances after a facial treatment and the benefits of your facial will last longer.

On top of applying the above-mentioned tips, here are some additional skincare advice that you can consider to maintain healthy-looking skin in the long run!

● Continue your skincare routine: cleanse, tone and moisturize.
● Don’t sleep with makeup on.
● Regularly hydrate yourself with 6 to 8 glasses of water per day.
● Maintain a healthy and balanced diet.
Dermaplaning is a safe and effective way to exfoliate the skin and remove unwanted hair. However, it’s important to take care of your skin after dermaplaning to avoid any irritation or dryness. Be sure to follow all of the do’s and don’ts listed above to ensure a happy and healthy complexion.
Now that you know all the do’s and don’ts of aftercare, you can enjoy your beautiful, smooth skin! Just remember to take it easy on your skin for the first few days and to drink plenty of water to stay hydrated. If you have any concerns or questions, be sure to contact us.

The ideal candidate for Dermaplaning has aging, dry, rough, or uneven skin tone. Dermaplaning can also help reduce the appearance of shallow acne scars, fine lines and superficial hyperpigmentation

Stay hydrated and wash your make up, moisturizer and/or sunblock off before your arrival

The area where the Botox was injected can be a bit sensitive for the first 24-48 hours after the procedure. With Chemical Peels, dermaplaning can remove the skin before it is ready. This can lead to inadequate results and scarring. It’s strongly advised that you refrain from getting for 1 week after these procedures.

No. When you have a condition such as the ones mentioned above a dermaplaning will not treat or correct those problems. You can request a consultation for those skin condition you have. Our specialist will explain to you which medical esthetic treatment will help with your specific issue.

This treatment is extremely safe. There is no more risk to the skin than when you shave your legs. There is also no downtime associated with this procedure.

Dermaplaning is effective by performing a gentle scraping motion across the skin’s surface. With hair removal such as waxing and threading, most people have the idea that all hair removal is painful, but Dermaplaning is entirely painless. There are no risks of cuts on the skin.

No. There are different types of hair that grow on the body; vellus hair and terminal hair. Vellus hair is found on most areas of the body except palms, soles, lips and genital areas, whereas terminal hairs are found on the scalp, underarms and pubic region. The soft and fine vellus hair grows back at the same rate and texture.

Dermaplaning takes anywhere between 30-45 minutes and can be performed every 4-6 weeks. The treatment itself removes approximately 21 days’ worth of dead skin so it is important to let your skin rejuvenate before your next appointment.

Both options are a form of physical exfoliation. Dermaplaning removes vellus hair (peach fuzz) and dead skin cells from the skin, microdermabrasion also exfoliate the surface of the skin, but not as thoroughly or deeply as dermaplaning does.