Safe and Effective

Dermaplaning is a safe, non-invasive, minimal-downtime skin treatment that exfoliates the surface of your skin while also removing small, fine hairs. Dermaplaning allows deeper product penetration, promotes smoother skin, reduces the appearance of acne scars, and diminishes the look of fine lines.

This technique is safely performed using a specialized surgical instrument with disposable blades designed specifically for dermaplaning. Once the skin is properly prepped, the technician holds your skin taut and gently scrapes the skin with the blade held at a 45-degree angle. This removes both the vellus hair and the top layer of dead skin cells.


  1. It’s more aggressive than shaving
  2. Uses a surgical, disposable blade
  3. Cannot safely be performed at home
  4. Dermaplaning blades are singular, whereas razors are usually stacked with 2-3 blades
  5. Should not be used to get rid of terminal hair (such as beard hair)
  6. Treatments should be at least 21 days apart


  1. Improves skin texture
  2. Eliminates vellus hair and dead skin cells
  3. Increases product absorption and efficacy
  4. Promotes cellular proliferation
  5. Minimizes fine lines and wrinkles
  6. Lessen acne occurrence
  7. Makeup application is smooth and flawless
  8. No down time. (You can schedule this at lunch – seriously)
  9. Brightens skin and reduces hyperpigmentation
  10. Great alternative for those with sensitive skin or rosacea


  • Use products recommended by your Dermaplane Pro certified™ esthetician
  • Please discuss continuing use of your regular regimen post-treatment
  • Discontinue the use of hydroxy acids and retinol following your treatment for approximately 3 days
  • Do not use harsh scrubs or abrasive loofahs (exfoliation) following your treatment for at least 3 days
  • Avoid direct sun exposure and wear sunscreen daily
  • Avoid vigorous activity and extreme heat for 4 hours post-treatment

CONTRAINDICATIONS – This treatment is not for those who have:

  • Acnaeic skin
  • Recently had a peel
  • Recently done Botox or filler (within 2 weeks)
  • Those planning to be out in the direct sun
  • Open acne wounds or lesions
  • On Accutane or within 6 months of completing Accutane
  • Allergy to nickel
  • Active infection of all types, such as herpes simplex virus.
  • Uncontrolled diabetes
  • Eczema in treatment areas, dermatitis
  • Skin cancer, vascular lesions and rosacea.
  • Deep Wrinkles