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What is a Dermaplaning Facial?

In theory a dermaplaning facial is a manual exfoliation targeting the top layer of the skin, the Epidermis. It removes a build up of dead skin cells, dirt and oils sitting on the top of the skin with a surgical scalpel. The added bonus to this treatment is, it also removes the vellus hair (peach fuzz), known to collect dead skin cells, dirt and oil, leaving you with baby soft, flawless skin.

It also gives better absorption for active ingredients not only during the treatment but for days after, making makeup application sit perfectly.

There are arguments for and against this treatment in the 'industry' and, with many clinical strength skincare products and other facial treatments (exfoliation), is a dermaplaning facial essential?

It comes down to personal choice and finding the right practitioner using the right products for YOU, as with all facials one size doesn't fit all and as a note of caution acneic skin types and those with oily skins should be aware this treatment could make it worse. Especially if having a treatment too often.

On a positive note however a Dermaplaning Facial can make sallow, dull, dehydrated skin look and feel healthy and with a natural glow, especially when used with clinical strength skincare with active ingredients or combined with a chemical peel.

At our clinic we always carry out a skin analysis and medical history so we can be sure this is the correct treatment for your skin-type and indications. We only use clinical strength skincare with additional active ingredients, so they can penetrate the skin and we offer six types of Dermaplaning Facials and really think we have everything covered.

Our most popular ones are The Vitamin Reboot, The Vitamin Refresh, The Dermal Refresh and the combined Chemical Peel (Derma Peel). We include

If you've never experienced a Dermaplaning Facial - get in contact and I'll send you further information.

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