Dermaplaning a skin treatment that uses an exfoliating blade to skim dead skin cells and hair from your face.

Preparing for dermaplaning

Before you have a dermaplaning treatment, you’ll need to have a conversation with your provider. Your medical history, skin type, and skin coloring will be discussed, as well as the results you want. If you have an active acne flare-up, you may need to reschedule your appointment to avoid irritating your skin further or tearing your skin’s surface. You’ll also need to avoid direct sun exposure in the week prior to your appointment, as sun damage, such as a sunburn, could compromise your skin and make the treatment painful. This treatment is ideal to showcase brighter skin during an upcoming event.

Why is Dermaplaning so popular?

By using a surgical blade the removal of dead skin cells and vellus hair allows for the deep penetration of skin care to penetrate. Oftentimes the years of dead skin cells do not allow for full penetration of ingredients past our skin care barrier.

Dermaplaning Candidates

Dermaplaning can be used for any skin type and anyone with acne scars, dull skin, dry skin, sun-damaged skin and fine wrinkles.

Dermaplanning Includes an Enzyme Peel

Fruit enzymes help to dissolve and remove dead skin cells, improving skin tone and texture.


Dermaplane with Facial Peel


Includes: Cleansing the skin with antibacterial prep, Vitamin E oil is added for a smooth blading, sterilized disposable surgical blade glides through the skin removing peach fuzz and dead skin, fruit peel enzymatic peel is added for skin brightening finished with hydration facial massage & glowing mist.

Frequently Asked Questions

No vellus hair does not grow back any thicker.
Results will be visible for up to 3 weeks.
Yes you can go back to your makeup routine although we recommend that you allow for at least 3 hours before putting on makeup so your skin can receive the benefits of the hydration treatment.