deluxe dermaplane
manchester

what is a deluxe dermaplane?

Dermplaning is a safe and effective form of deep exfoliation, which uses a sterile scalpel to remove the dead layer of the epidermis. Removing this dead layer of skin cells reveals the soft, smooth, fuzz-free, radiant layer of skin below.

It allows light to be reflected off the skin, which leaves a glowy appearance, allows skincare to be absorbed more effectively, makeup to sit smoother on the skin, and reduces the appearance of lines, dark spots, and hyperpigmentation. It is also effective at reducing acne scarring and encouraging collagen production in the dermis, leaving a youthful, plumped look.

Our Deluxe Dermaplane Facial includes a double deep cleanse, ozone steam, blackhead extraction, dermaplane, pink clay face mask, ice globe massage, hyaluronic acid serum, rose quartz rolling and gua sha sculpting, facial oil massage, and finishing vitamin sprays. All our skincare products used are hypoallergenic, organic, and vegan friendly.

what is deluxe dermaplane?

Dermplaning is a safe and effective form of deep exfoliation, which uses a sterile scalpel to remove the dead layer of the epidermis. Removing this dead layer of skin cells reveals the soft, smooth, fuzz-free, radiant layer of skin below.

It allows light to be reflected off the skin, which leaves a glowy appearance, allows skincare to be absorbed more effectively, makeup to sit smoother on the skin, and reduces the appearance of lines, dark spots, and hyperpigmentation. It is also effective at reducing acne scarring and encouraging collagen production in the dermis, leaving a youthful, plumped look.

Our Deluxe Dermaplane Facial includes a double deep cleanse, ozone steam, blackhead extraction, dermaplane, pink clay face mask, ice globe massage, hyaluronic acid serum, rose quartz rolling and gua sha sculpting, facial oil massage, and finishing vitamin sprays. All our skincare products used are hypoallergenic, organic, and vegan friendly.

benefits of deluxe dermaplane

Removes 3 weeks worth of dull, dead skin cells

Reveals smooth, glowing skin

Removes Vellus hair that can trap dirt and oil

Tightening of the skin

Reduced scarring

Kills active acne bacteria

Decreased inflammation

Increased blood circulation

Stabilises oil glands

dermaplaning

Dermaplaning is a very safe procedure used for exfoliating, by removing the dead layer of the top of the skin (the epidermis), and the fine vellus hair. We use a special sterile surgical instrument, and the treatment is extremely safe when performed by a professionally trained technician. We double cleanse and steam the skin to ensure a clean sterile base, then the skin is held taught, and the tool is used at a 45° angle to gently scrape off the dead skin cells. The result is beautifully smooth and soft radiant skin, free from dull dead skin cells and peach fuzz.

No, it is physiologically impossible for vellus hair to grow back any quicker, darker or thicker than it was previously. Terminal hair such as the hair on your top lip, arms and legs is capable of growing back thicker once removed via shaving etc but the fine hair on your face (vellus hair) cannot be changed once removed via dermaplane.

Dermaplaning is recommended to be repeated every four weeks. You should always leave enough time between treatments to allow the skin to produce a new dead top layer, to ensure that we are not dermaplaning any fresh healthy skin away. It takes around three weeks for the skin to generate this dead layer of the epidermis, which is why we recommend waiting four weeks between treatments.

Yes! Dermaplaning is fantastic when combined with an LED light therapy treatment, as removing the dead layer your skin helps to absorb the LED light straight into the dermis, which will maximise the benefits of your LED light therapy treatment. It will also maximise the benefits of any face masks and serums you choose to add on at your facial treatment as it allows full absorption straight into the dermis without being caught by the dead layer of skin on top.

Your skin may feel a little tender after a dermaplane treatment and may appear a little red. This doesn’t happen to everyone, but depending on skin sensitivity, a little redness may appear. Any redness caused will disappear in 1 to 2 hours. We also recommend to abstain from using any sunbeds or exposing the skin to UV rays for the next 3 to 4 days minimum, as the dead layer of skin is our skin’s defence mechanism against UV rays, so removing that makes the skin much more liable to sunburn and sun damage. For this reason, we apply an SPF after your treatment, but please be aware that you should be using a daily SPF after dermaplane for extra protection in the week after treatment.

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