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What is dermaplaning?

Dermaplaning is a skin treatment that uses an exfoliating blade to remove dead skin cells and facial hair. It is also called microplaning or blading, in translation micro-scraping or cutting. The goal of dermaplaning is to make the surface of your skin smooth, youthful and radiant. This treatment removes deep acne scars and bumps on the skin. It is also used to remove “peach hairs”; short, soft facial hair.

Dermaplaning can be used for any skin type and for anyone who has:

·      acne scars tired skin dry skin sun damaged skin small wrinkles

Benefits of dermaplaning

The most important part of any facial treatment to achieve flawless skin is exfoliation. Beauticians, celebrities and clients know the importance of removing dead skin cells to reveal flawless, glowing skin. Dermaplaning is one of the best methods of peeling because there are no delays, after the treatment the skin remains radiant and healthy looking. Even Marilyn Monroe loved shaving her face regularly!

Advantages of Dermaplaning:

·      Removes dead skin cells and velus hairs

·      Improves skin texture

·      Promotes cell renewal

·      Increases the absorption and effectiveness of the product

·      Brightens the skin

·      Perfect for sensitive skin or those suffering from rosacea

·      Reduces acne breakouts

      After the treatment, the make-up is applied flawlessly

Pricing & Booking

€ 53
dermaplaning x 4 tretmani
€ 159

Risks and side effects:

Dermablading can leave scratched, cut and / or scraped skin.
Many patients are often concerned that their hair will become stronger and darker after dermaplaning. But that is not the case. Hair will grow at the same rate and structure as before treatment, within 4 - 6 weeks.
Patients who have oily skin, inflamed acne or are allergic to nickel are not ideal candidates for treatment.
Dermaplaning can be performed every three weeks, although this is usually done when the velus hairs start to grow, which is usually within a month. Some patients may experience redness, irritation, dryness, post-acne sores, or folliculitis. After this treatment, spots and / or cold sores may appear on the lips.

Before treatment:

7 DAYS BEFORE TREATMENT: Avoid waxing 7 days before and after this treatment.

3 DAYS BEFORE TREATMENT: Avoid topical products such as: tretinoin (retin-A), retinol, retinoid, glycolic acid, alpha hydroxy acid, salicylic acid, and other anti-aging, acne and whitening products. AVOID waxing, bleaching, tweezers or the use of hair removal cream on the area to be treated. Clean the skin with a mild cleanser. Avoid excessive sun exposure and wear a broad-spectrum sunscreen of SPF 30 or higher daily.
Tell your esthetician if you have a history of herpes on your face and / or nose for advice on antiviral therapy before treatment.

Day of treatment:

Try to get to the salon "clean face". Please do not wear makeup if possible.

Immediately after treatment:

·      It is normal for the skin to appear red and inflamed.  Light scabs can form on the treated area and remain for 24 to 48 hours.

·      Discontinue use of all topical products for 72 hours after treatment.

·      If necessary, use a gentle moisturizer.

·      Clean the skin with a mild cleanser.

·      Do not use strong makeup the first day.

·      Avoid excessive sun exposure and wear a broad-spectrum sunscreen of SPF 30 or higher daily.


Frequency of Treatments

Treatments can be done every 3 weeks or 30 days to coincide with the skins natural cycle.
Derma planing lifts away 2-4 weeks of dead cells so any sooner than 3 weeks will cause the
skin to overcompensate. This would be seen by the client having the effects of peeling or
dryness post treatment if they have had Derma planing alone. If this is the case, you need to
increase your time between treatments to coincide with the client's natural skin cycle.

Before & Aftercare for Clients


Derma planing is a simple, quick, and safe procedure for exfoliating the epidermis and ridding the skin of fine vellus hair (peach fuzz) by shaving the skin with a sterile blade; it has few to no adverse effects. Using a scalpel and a delicate touch, the provider simply abrades the surface of the skin using light feathering strokes. It is most often used on patients with rough, dry skin, and / or superficial hyper-pigmentation to enhance over all skin tone. It is a safe treatment for patients who are pregnant or nursing who want a deep exfoliation. This treatment may be recommended to prepare the skin for chemical peels as it allows products to penetrate more readily into the deeper layers. Results may not be seen in a single treatment. Follow-up with maintenance treatments may be recommended.

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