A revolutionary method for replenishing the natural glow of your skin. A dermaplaning facial uses an ultrafine blade to gently remove dead skin cells, and fine “peach fuzz”. Here’s everything you need to know about this popular treatment.

What is Dermaplaning?

A skilled professional uses a medical scalpel to delicately scrape away the top layer of dead skin cells and fine hairs off the face during a cosmetic technique called dermaplaning. Skin that has undergone this procedure looks smoother, brighter, and more young. This method helps to improve the texture and appearance of the skin. Dermaplaning can also aid in reducing the visibility of wrinkles, acne scars, and other skin imperfections. It is a non-invasive, somewhat painless technique that can be carried out in a medical spa or a dermatologist’s office.


This process helps to:

  1. Exfoliate the skin to reveal smoother, brighter skin. Dermaplaning eliminates the accumulation of dead skin cells that can result in a dull complexion and uneven skin tone.
  2. Improve skincare product absorption: By removing the top layer of dead skin cells, your skincare products can more effectively and efficiently absorb into the skin.
  3. Reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles: By improving the elasticity and suppleness of the skin, the gentle scraping motion can assist to stimulate collagen formation and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
  4. Enhance skin texture: Dermaplaning can assist to smooth the skin’s surface, which will make acne scars and other imperfections less obvious.

Dermaplaning FaQ

Most frequent questions and answers

Dermaplaning usually doesn’t hurt. There shouldn’t be any pain because the scraping is gentle. Thereafter, some people could suffer a little redness or irritation, but this should pass soon.

Depending on your skin type and concerns, you may want to dermaplane more frequently. For best results, it is typically advised to receive dermaplaning every 3–4 weeks.

Dermaplaning is generally risk-free for all skin types, however some skin problems or people with active acne may not be candidates. It is advisable to speak with a qualified expert to find out if dermaplaning is the ideal procedure for you.

Depending on the extent of the treatment area, dermaplaning procedures usually last 30 to 60 minutes. It is a brief and rather simple operation that may be completed in between visits or during a lunch break.


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