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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.

  • It is also beneficial for reducing the appearance of acne scars.

  • Immediately reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

  • Creates a healthier more radiant appearance.

  • Gradually will reduce the size of large pores with continuous treatments.

  • Triggers cell regeneration.



How To Dermaplane at home:


  • Clean skin thoroughly and apply toner. Make sure skin is completely dry.

  • Hold skin taut with one hand, hold blade in other hand at a 45 degree angle against skin, shaving upwards. 

    • Repeat over desired areas. 

  • Rinse off and apply serum & moisturizer. 


Repeat treatment as needed (every 3-4 weeks is recommended), or before a big event for smooth flawless skin.



After treatment:


Some people experience sensitivity for 3 days to a week after receiving this treatment while others may not feel any sensitivity at all.⁠
⁠To avoid negative reactions and maintain your post-dermaplane glow remember to:⁣⁠



  • Avoid direct sun exposure for about 3 days.⁣⁠

  • Avoid extreme heat (workouts, steam rooms, or saunas) for about 3 days.⁣⁠

  • Avoid the use of any exfoliator (scrub, microfoliant, peels, or enzyme) for the first week.⁣⁠

  • Keep your skincare routine simple: gentle cleanser, serum, moisturizer, and sunscreen.

Myths about Dermaplaning:


Dermaplaning will make the hairs on my face grow back thicker or darker. 

This is probably the most common misconception concerning dermaplaning. Because the procedure removes vellus hair, many women are concerned that regrowth will be a stubbly and masculine experience. This is not true. Dermaplaning creates a blunt tip to the end of the hair, which, when it grows, some interpret as greater thickness. Vellus hair is thin and soft. Dermaplaning will not and cannot change the structure of the hair.


Dermaplaning is not intended for sensitive skin. 

Dermaplaning is one of the most gentle ways to exfoliate the skin. The removal of the top layer of the skin allows for quicker cell turnover and improved absorption of serums. It is also an excellent treatment starter because by removing the skin’s top layer, facials, chemical peels, and other treatments can be more effective. 


Purchase dermaplaning blades for use at home HERE