What is Dermaplaning?
An advanced form of facial exfoliation, which involves having the skin shaved, free-hand, with a scalpel blade. This removes the outermost layer of dead, polluted skin cells that make the skin look a little rough and uneven. It also removes the ‘peach fuzz’ vellus hair on the face, so skin is left extra-smooth – and no, this hair doesn’t feel stubbly as it grows back.
Pain level: None
Cost from: £150
Recovery time: 1 Day
Where is dermaplaning used:
All over the face
How does dermaplaning work:
The therapist takes a fresh scalpel blade and very gently scrapes away the topmost layer of dead skin cells that make the skin look dull.
How long does dermaplaning take:
Beautifully smooth skin that absorbs treatment serums better, and reflects light more evenly so it looks younger and make-up goes on more smoothly.
Two or three weeks
After treatment/down time:
Things to bear in mind:
You need an experienced practitioner whose steady hands you can trust.
Dermaplaning can help you with these concerns: