45 Minutes Duration
Starting at $150
Prices & Packages

Prices & Packages

Per Session
Package of 3 (Per Session)

Questions? We've Got Answers.

Yes, dermaplaning is generally safe for all skin types, including sensitive skin. However, it's always recommended to consult with a skincare professional before undergoing any treatment.

Dermaplaning can be beneficial for individuals with acne-prone skin, but it's best to avoid the treatment if you have active acne lesions. Wait until your acne is under control before getting dermaplaning.

Depending on your skin's needs, dermaplaning can be done every 3 to 4 weeks. Regular treatments can help maintain smoother skin and enhance product penetration.

No, dermaplaning does not change the texture or color of the hair. The hair that grows back after dermaplaning will have the same characteristics as before the treatment.

There is usually no downtime after dermaplaning. Some individuals might experience slight redness immediately after the treatment, but it typically subsides quickly. Sun protection is important post-treatment.

Pre-Treatment Tips for Laser Hair Removal
Post-Treatment Tips for Laser Hair Removal
  • Avoid Sun Exposure: Minimize sun exposure and tanning at least a week before your dermaplaning session to prevent skin sensitivity and potential complications.
  • Discontinue Exfoliants: Avoid using exfoliating products, retinoids, and harsh scrubs for a few days before the treatment to prevent excessive irritation.
  • Inform Your Esthetician: Share any skin concerns, allergies, or medications you're currently taking with your esthetician before the treatment to ensure your safety.
  • Skip Other Treatments: Avoid other facial treatments like chemical peels, laser therapy, or strong exfoliation in the days leading up to your dermaplaning session.