Improve the texture and tone of the skin, reduce fine vellus hairs and improve the absorption of both treatment and at-home products.
What is dermaplaning?
The procedure involves the use of a single use surgical blade that works by removing surface dead skin cells and fine downy hair, leaving the skin feeling smooth, soft and hydrated. The procedure is painless, time effective and requires no downtime.
Dermaplaning for glowing, silky skin
Epidermal levelling or dermaplaning is a safe and effective and popular treatment to improve the texture and tone of the skin, reduce fine vellus hairs and improve the absorption of both treatment and at-home products. This results in an immediate improvement in skin tone and texture, giving you a brighter complexion with a more youthful glow.
The benefits of dermablading include:
- smoother skin
- provides deeper product penetration
- reduces the appearance of acne scars
- stimulates cellular turnover improving fine lines and wrinkles
- helps to give makeup a flawless finish
Dermaplaning can reduce the appearance of:
- Rough, dry skin
- Thickened skin
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Enlarged and clogged pores
- Superficial hyperpigmentation
- Uneven skin texture
For a fresher you
For a youthful you with glowing skin and no more facial hair, book an exfoliation treatment today. Call 021 155 4928.
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What will my skin look like afterwards?
You may experience some redness and swelling, Itching or irritation, breakouts and some skin peeling or flaking up to 14 days after the procedure. Hair is expected to grow back blunt-ended and will initially feel coarse. The new hair will not appear darker or coarser. Epidermal levelling DOES NOT change vellus hairs into terminal hairs
How often should I have dermaplaning treatment
We recommend having this treatment every 4-6 weeks to maintain the best results. When it comes to dermaplaning, Auckland men and women feel safe knowing they’re in good hands with us. Got a question? Simply call us on 021 1554928 or arrange a free consultation.