How Does It Work?
Dermaplaning uses a surgical blade to perform a deep exfoliation. The edge of the scalpel is used at a 45-degree angle to scrape the build-up of dirt and oils in and around the skin and vellus hair.
The vellus hair is completely removed during the process leaving skin ultra-smooth and creating the perfect base for make-up application
What Results Can I Expect To See?
Dermaplaning is the ultimate glow treatment, skin is instantly ultra-smooth, glowing and refreshed, When combined with other therapies results are amplified.
Dermaplaning is three times as effective as microdermabrasion alone and creates the perfect base for makeup application.
Will Dermaplaning make my face hairy?
The hair may have a blunt edge from dermaplaning, and so may feel sharper, and because that hair has never been exposed to the sun before it can appear darker only because it hasn’t been bleached by the UV rays yet. You can rest assured now that shaving your face won’t make you grow a beard. Your makeup goes on better.
Does Dermaplaning damage skin?
Dermaplaning is recommended for all skin types. Clients with sun damage, fine lines, very dry skin and dull skin are great candidates. However, since the procedure requires use of a surgical blade, those with enflamed acne should pass on it until their complexion clears up
How long does it take to recover from Dermaplaning?
Dermaplaning is a quick, effective procedure that normally takes 45 minutes to an Hour to complete. It is recommended that patients space treatments approximately three to four weeks apart for the best results.some people can be slightly red for 30mins to an hour, however there is absolutely no recovery or down time with this treatment.
What are the benefits of Dermaplaning?
Dermaplaning provides an effective and safe exfoliation treatment that promotes deeper product penetration, boosting the effects of skin care products while making the skin look and feel smoother. The treatment also works to remove facial hair that can trap dirt and oils.
Is Dermaplaning good for sensitive skin?
Dermaplaning is an exfoliating treatment that provides an alternative to chemical peels or microdermabrasion and is a good choice for anyone who has fine facial hair (peach fuzz), extremely sensitive skin, redness or rosacea, or visible facial veins
Can I have Botox after Dermaplaning?
No shaving, peels, waxing, or aggressive exfoliations one week prior to Dermaplaning treatments. You should wait 14 days after receiving Botox or Dermal Fillers to receive Dermaplaning treatments. There is no pain or discomfort during the Dermaplaning procedure.
£50 per treatment – 1 Hour (we would recommend this treatment every 4 – 6 weeks)
After Care for Dermaplaining :
- Your skin will be highly sensitive to Direct sun exposure and tanning bed so is strictly prohibited.
- Sun protection of at least SPF 30 must be used at all times even when it is overcast or raining. If you fail to protect your skin from sun exposure, you could cause pigmentation to the skin.
- Use any products that are hydrating and moisturiser 4-6 days afterwards to avoid excessive dry skin. ( promotes deeper product penetration, boosting the effects of the product)
- It is advised to use Mineral make up but it is best to be avoided for 24hrs after treatment.
- Avoid exfoliation products, glycolic acid and AHA based products for 48 hours either side of treatment.
- Avoid waxing and threading for 7 days.
- For 30 mins or up to 24 hours after treatment, your skin can feel slightly tight and look slightly pink/red
- Some dryness and very slight peeling can occur post-treatment.
Unfortunately, there’s a lot of misinformation swirling around the internet about dermaplaning. To help you out, we’re myth-busting the most common misconceptions about this treatment.
Your Peach Fuzz Will Grow Back Thicker & Darker
Let’s get this rumour done with once and for all: no matter where it grows on your body, shaving does not cause hair to grow back thicker or darker. Many people think that shaving your legs or underarms causes thicker hair growth. This is false. It’s biologically impossible for hair to grow back thicker because of shaving. Shaving simply creates a blunt tip on the hairs, which many people interpret as greater thickness. When you dermaplane, you are removing very, very fine hair called vellus hair. This hair is so thin and soft that removing it with a dermaplaning tool will have little to no impact on how it looks when it grows back. After removing the vellus hair, your skin will instantly feel and look smoother and brighter. It will take about a week for the hair to grow back, at which time you can dermaplane again.
Dermaplaning Is Painful
Dermaplaning is actually one of the least painful ways to remove facial hair and dead skin—especially when compared to other hair removal techniques like sugaring, threading, and waxing. Think about it: shaving your underarms isn’t painful, so why would shaving your face be painful? Many people describe the feeling of dermaplaning as a gentle tickle or brushing sensation.
Dermaplaning Will Cause Breakouts
Like most exfoliation techniques, dermaplaning prevents breakouts rather than causes them. While dermaplaning can’t be performed on skin with active acne, it will prevent clogged pores and pimples from forming. By removing the top layer of dead skin cells, dermaplaning prevents these cells from getting trapped inside your pores. Less dead skin = fewer breakouts. By gently exfoliating the skin, dermaplaning also makes it easier for acne treatments and serums to penetrate into the pores to prevent and treat breakouts.
Dermaplaning Isn’t for Darker Skin
While some exfoliation methods (like scrubs) aren’t recommended for darker skin, dermaplaning is 100% safe. Dermaplaning is a type of manual exfoliation like a face scrub. However, unlike a scrub, dermaplaning doesn’t irritate or cause micro-abrasions in the skin so it won’t cause hyperpigmentation. It’s actually one of our favorite exfoliation methods for dark skin because it instantly removes the dark baby hair that can make deep skin look duller than it really is.