Removes surface dead skin cells and fine downy hair all in one

Dermaplaning is a manual exfoliation procedure using a straight edge surgical blade at a 45-degree angle to exfoliate the epidermis while removing fine vellus hairs.

What is Dermaplaning?

Dermaplaning (aka Epidermal Levelling) is a manual exfoliation procedure using a specialised straight edge surgical blade or scalpel at a 45-degree angle to exfoliate the epidermis while removing fine vellus hairs. The exfoliation achieved is similar to microdermabrasion but without negative pressure.

$125.00 – 45 mins
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Why get Dermaplaning?

Dermaplaning is a safe and effective treatment to improve the texture and tone of the skin, reduce fine vellus hairs and improve the absorption of both treatment and at-home products. This treatment also aids the smooth application of make-up. The procedure involves the use of a patented, single-use blade that works by removing surface dead skin cells and fine downy hair, leaving the skin feeling smooth, soft and hydrated. The procedure is painless, time effective and requires no downtime.

Recommended Course

We recommend getting Dermaplaning done every three to four weeks.


Specifically, dermaplaning will:

  • Remove superficial Stratum Corneum
  • Leave the skin smooth and glowing
  • Remove vellus hair without the harsh effects of waxing.

It can also reduce the appearance of:

  • Rough, dry skin
  • Thickened skin
  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Enlarged and clogged pores
  • Superficial hyperpigmentation
  • Uneven skin texture.

After treatment care 

General side effects from dermaplaning may include: 

  • Redness and swelling
  • Itching or irritation
  • Skin peeling or flaking up to 14 days after the procedure
  • Short term darkening of skin pigmentation followed by lightening 
  • Breakouts
  • Reactivation of cold sores
  • Hair growth: Hair growth is expected to grow back blunt-ended and will initially feel coarse. The new hair will not appear darker or coarser. If hormonal imbalances are present, they may alter normal hair growth. Epidermal levelling does not change vellus hairs into derminal hairs. 

What aftercare facial products to use after a dermaplaning treatment

Immediately and for 72 hours after a treatment: 

  • Use of physical screen only is recommended for the first 24 hours 
  • After 72 hours, you may recommence daily use of chemical sunscreens 
  • Avoid hot showers and saunas and exercise that induces sweat 
  • Avoid exfoliating and highly fragranced products  
  • Avoid all vitamin A products, and products containing AHAs and BHAs 
  • Anti-wrinkle injections and derma fillers
  • Do not scratch, pick, pull at or abrade the treated skin 

Avoid refining products for a week, including retinol, alpha-hydroxide acids and manual exfoliants.  

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