Dermaplaning is a method of exfoliation that utilizes a 10-gauge scalpel to gently remove the outer layer of dull, dead skin cells and vellus hair in order to reveal a smoother, brighter complexion.


Dermaplaning is a safe, non-invasive professional exfoliation treatment that removes Vellus Hair (commonly known as “peach fuzz”), and the superficial layer of dead skin. The peach fuzz on our face tends to collect dirt and excess oil in the follicle and sits on the surface of the skin that over time may cause blackheads or will invade your pores. Regular removal is an excellent anti-aging/anti blemish treatment as it keeps pores free of excess oil while simultaneously preventing premature wrinkles.


Using a surgical 10 blade scalpel to gently “shave” the skins surface, the peach fuzz on your skin is removed, triggering the cell regeneration process and allowing products to better penetrate the skin.

Dermaplaning employs a specific technique with the scalpel that requires a delicate touch and skilled approach to resurface skin.

The methodology requires short strokes at a certain angle in particular patterns that is dependent on the facial region being worked on. Those with dry skin or those with a rough skin texture will benefit greatly from this technique – as will those with superficial acne scarring or an uneven skin tone.

Your skin is one of the largest organs, so it’s crucial to keep it away awake, clean, and nourish adequately.


You will experience an instant brightening of the complexion and and overall youthful glow. Dermaplaning is also an excellent anti-aging/anti-blemish treatment. Ideal for women who are pregnant or nursing who can not use acid based solutions to exfoliate. This treatment is great on its own or can be coupled with chemical peels, the no filter facial and the hydra facial for optimum results.


Can I use the Dermaplaner if I have acne-prone skin?

Dermaplaning is generally safe for acne-prone skin. However, it is advisable to avoid active breakouts and inflamed areas to prevent irritation. Consult with a dermatologist if you have any concerns.


How often should I use the Dermaplaner?

For most people, using the Dermaplaner once every two to three weeks is sufficient. Overusing it may cause excessive exfoliation, leading to skin sensitivity.


Does Dermaplaning make facial hair grow back nthicker?

No, Dermaplaning does not alter the thickness or colour of facial hair. The hair will grow back at the same rate and texture as before.

This short but sweet treatment includes a facial cleanse and dermaplane exfoliation.


Approximately 15-30 minutes.

No downtime.

Monthly treatments are recommended in conjunction with chemical peels for best results.

Results last 3-4 weeks.

Results may vary from person to person based on body size and other factors