Why have Dermaplaning?
It may sound terrifying at first but it’s honestly very relaxing. A dermaplane facial involves the use of a sterile surgical scalpel that is run across the face, this removes dead skin cells and vellus hairs (peach fuzz). While a surgical scalpel is used, there’s no need to worry about this cutting your skin or hurting you, as it is held at a 45 degree angle, simply intended for scraping the skin.
While many people first consider getting a dermaplane facial as a pain-free method to hair removal, the dermaplane facial hosts many other benefits, one of these is its ability to remove dead skin cells from the face. Unlike with microdermabrasion and other exfoliation techniques, dermaplaning does not require any special chemicals and is non-abrasive. This makes it great for those with sensitive skin while leaving the skin looking naturally flawless and feeling smooth to the touch, which makes your skin look fresher and younger. With a dermaplane facial, you essentially shave off that entire top layer of dead skin, reducing the effects of fine lines, hyperpigmentation and acne scars. This makes the skin look more awake and revitalised, we also include a bionic oxygen facial mask to re-energise the skin too, which gives you that younger appearance.