Dermaplaning is an excellent alternative or a complimentary treatment to micro-dermabrasion and chemical peels. It is a gentle form of manual exfoliation of the skin . . . a skin resurfacing treatment utilizing a special blade, in featherlike strokes, gently removing the top layers of dead skin cells. This exfoliation treatment encourages the skin to regenerate new skin cells, allows for better penetration and absorption of serums, vitamins and skincare products, and can also be used to prep the skin for other skin care treatments, such as chemical peels, optimizing your results. The Dermaplaning procedure also has the added bonus of removing fine vellus hair (peach fuzz) from the face. Fine hair on the face can often cause a build up of dirt and oil that can leave the complexion looking dull. Dermaplaning will leave your skin feeling softer, smoother, healthier with a more refined glowing appearance. A flawless canvas for makeup application. Add $50 for collagen mask.
30 min $175
60 min $250
* Lux Scalp, Hands & Feet Therapy * 60 min
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Will Dermaplaning hurt? What to expect during the treatment?
It is a quick, painless procedure with no downtime and few to no adverse effects. Some people find Dermaplaning relaxing. The treatment will start with cleansing of the skin. Then using a special blade, the dead skin cells from the top layer of the surface of the skin will be gently abraded using light, featherlike strokes. To nourish the freshly abraded skin, a peptide rich serum and an appropriate moisturizer will be applied. In conclusion of treatment, an SPF will be applied to protect the skin, which is also the best way to prevent the signs of aging!
Who is Dermaplaning good for?
It is especially good for those with rough or dry skin, fine lines and wrinkles, superficial hyperpigmentation and mild acne scarring. It is also a first choice for those who have excess vellus hair on the skin. A great alternative treatment for those pregnant or nursing who want to exfoliate, but not suitable for chemical peels or other peeling agents because of the risk of chemicals being absorbed into the bloodstream and may be transferred to the fetus. It is also a great alternative to microdermabrasion. It is a great treatment to pair with a chemical peel or a cleansing facial. It is great for almost all skin types, except cystic acne or those with raised skin tags or moles.